Protocols for agent-based autonomous negotiations: A review

@article{Adnan2016ProtocolsFA,
  title={Protocols for agent-based autonomous negotiations: A review},
  author={Muhamad Hariz Muhamad Adnan and M. F. Hassan and I. Aziz and I. V. Paputungan},
  journal={2016 3rd International Conference on Computer and Information Sciences (ICCOINS)},
  year={2016},
  pages={622-626}
}
  • Muhamad Hariz Muhamad Adnan, M. F. Hassan, +1 author I. V. Paputungan
  • Published 2016
  • Computer Science
  • 2016 3rd International Conference on Computer and Information Sciences (ICCOINS)
  • Autonomous negotiation needs certain protocol, a set of rules that defines the interaction boundaries between negotiating agents. [...] Key Result The protocols should meet negotiation objectives such as time efficiency, robustness, consistency and information sharing.Expand Abstract
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