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Rational, Robust, and Secure Negotiation Mechanisms in Multi-Agent Systems (2005)
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
July 25, 2005 to July 25, 2005
ISBN: 0-7695-2480-X
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction

Organization (PDF)

pp. viii

Preface (PDF)

pp. vi
Introduction

Acknowledgements (PDF)

pp. vii
Papers

A Coloured Petri Net Based Strategy for Multi-Agent Scheduling (Abstract)

Quan Bai , University of Wollongong
Minjie Zhang , University of Wollongong
Haijun Zhang , Chinese Academy of Science
pp. 3-10

Human vs. Computer Behaviour in Multi-Issue Negotiation (Abstract)

Tibor Bosse , Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Catholijn M. Jonker , Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
pp. 11-24

An Approach to Avoiding Shill Bids Based on Combinatorial Auction in Volume Discount (Abstract)

Tokuro Matsuo , Nagoya Institute of Technology
Takayuki Ito , Nagoya Institute of Technology and Harvard University
pp. 25-38

Balancing Conflict and Cost in the Selection of Negotiation Opponents (Abstract)

Steve Munroe , University of Southampton
Michael Luck , University of Southampton
pp. 39-54

A Dynamic Programming Approach to Automated Trust Negotiation for Multiagent Systems (Abstract)

Hirofumi Yamaki , Kyoto University
Masao Fujii , Kyoto University
Kousuke Nakatsuka , Kyoto University
Toru Ishida , Kyoto University
pp. 55-66

Coalition Deal Negotiation for Services (Abstract)

Jiangbo Dang , University of South Carolina
Michael N. Huhns , University of South Carolina
pp. 67-82

Performing more than AC for Hard Distributed Constraint Satisfaction Problems (Abstract)

Ahlem Ben Hassine , Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Tu Bao Ho , Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
pp. 83-94
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 95
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