Static and Dynamic Coalition Formation in Group-Choice Decision Making

  title={Static and Dynamic Coalition Formation in Group-Choice Decision Making},
  author={Tom Wanyama},
In Group-Choice Decision Making (GCDM) where a number of stakeholders are involved in choosing a single solution from a set of available solution options, it is common for the stakeholders to form coalition during negotiation in order to increase their individual welfare. It is also common to use Multi-Agent Systems (MAS) to automate GCDM processes. In such MAS, agents have to form coalitions like their human counterparts, and within each coalition, the individual agents behave according to the… CONTINUE READING

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