Supporting Interactive Multi-Attribute Electronic Negotiations with ebXML

  title={Supporting Interactive Multi-Attribute Electronic Negotiations with ebXML},
  author={M. Rebstock and Philipp Thun and Omid Amirhamzeh Tafreschi},
  journal={Group Decision and Negotiation},
The inter-organizational character of electronic negotiations raises social, legal, organizational and technical research questions. One of the main weaknesses of electronic negotiation applications today is that they do not sufficiently take into consideration the integration requirements that stem from the latter two of these aspects. Our objective is to design and build an electronic negotiation application that complies with these requirements. A major task within this work is the modeling… Expand
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