• Business
  • Published 1996

Progressive Multi-Agent Negotiation*

@inproceedings{Lee1996ProgressiveMN,
  title={Progressive Multi-Agent Negotiation*},
  author={Lyndon Lee},
  year={1996}
}
This research is concerned with coordination among autonomous agents in cooperative domains where, de.spite conflicting interests, agents can always negotiate to increase their mutual benefits. We introduce a multi-agent negotiation model to model explicitly the negotiation process, and a monotonic negotiation protocol to ensure convergence. Particularly, tile model formalizes progressive negotiation where negotiation among a group of agents can be divided into a number of sub-negotiations… CONTINUE READING

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