"People are part of the design. It's dangerous to forget that." /Star Cops/
AbstractComprehensive agent-based e-commerce system realizing price negotations and combining: (a) adaptability and intelligence (change strategy according to history of purchases), (b) mobility (based on transfer of negotation modules and agents).
Keywordse-commerce, software agent, price negotiation, knowledge management, multi-criteria decision making
Contact with usTeam leader, Marcin Paprzycki: marcin (dot) paprzycki (at) swps (dot) edu (dot) pl.
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Research PlanThe project will be heavily focused on implementation and filling the gap between high level descriptions of possible agent systems and small projects working on a level of subsystems of non-existing large-scale systems. Work will proceed in three stages, the first one involving re-implementation of work introduced in  and . The second stage will focus on developing and implementing negotiation and decision making strategies. In the final stage, ontologies will be introduced into the system.
- C. Bartolini, C. Preist, N. R. Jennings, "A Software Framework for Automated Negotiation," Proceedings of SELMAS'2004, LNCS 3390, Springer Verlag, 2005, 213--235.
- M. Paprzycki, A. Abraham, A. Pirvanescu, C. Badica, "Implementing Agents Capable of Dynamic Negotiations," in: D. Petcu, and V. Negru, (eds.), Proceedings of SYNASC'04: Symbolic and Numeric Algorithms for Scientific Computing, Timisoara, Romania, Mirton Press, 2004), 369-380
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