By Frank Dignum, Carles Sierra
It is now now not essential to argue the significance of agent expertise. Be- des a number of meetings and workshops on speci c elements of agent expertise there also are many businesses which are exploring its exploitation chances. within the mild of those advancements and to be able to foster the move of agent know-how from examine labs to company, the ecu has funded a \network of exc- lence" dedicated to agent expertise. This community of excellence, known as AgentLink (http://www. agentlink. org/), goals at bringing jointly study teams from d- ferent international locations and commercial builders. the final word objective is to create synergy one of the di erent tasks and teams to enhance the competence of eu and the distinction of academia. so that it will accomplish that target, Agent- hyperlink organises academic actions (summer schools), builds agent-related - terature repositories, and allows collaboration among member nodes. one of many major actions on the topic of the final aspect are the general conferences of \S- cial curiosity teams" (SIGs). At this second six SIGs are functioning, targeting subject matters starting from agent established social simulation to clever brokers for telecommunications purposes and telematics. the present e-book combines effects from the actions of the SIG on \Agent Mediated digital Commerce". This SIG gathers the most study teams and commercial companions attracted to using agent know-how in el- tronic trade. in the beginning the e-book features a roadmap of study and present technological advancements within the region of agent-mediated digital commerce.
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It can be guaranteed by trusted third-parties. Together with third-party quotes, transaction histories can form the basis for argumentation-based negotiation. Such protocols [33,18] aim to bridge the gap between how negotiation is performed in human and artificial societies. In the former, expert human negotiators often focus on the reasons why an offer is not acceptable and try and persuade their counterpart of the characteristics that an agreement will have to include. In the latter, artificial negotiators traditionally are only able to propose offers to the counterpart without being explicitly able to motivate an agreement.
While negotiating, agents need to put forward new candidate proposals for solving the problem discussed during the current negotiation. Likewise, they must be able to accept, refuse or modify the proposals. They also need to point out whenever they do not have anymore proposal to put forward, or whenever they decide for some reason to give up negotiating. Finally, in order to drive the negotiation process to a close, agents must be able to tell whether they have detected an agreement on a proposal, or a failure according to some criteria which need to be defined when describing the agent’s behavior.
Checking the satisfaction of some elementary properties. Designing and Testing Negotiation Protocols 47 First of all, we will rely on Petri nets in order to model such protocols. For lack of space we will briefly introduce related work both in the domain of communication networks and the domain of electronic institutions. Second, we will move to a protocol validation stage through the analysis of a Petri net model. We will also give a very brief presentation of a software tool that enabled us on one hand to run the analysis, and on the other hand to simulate the unfolding of typical scenarios for sequences of exchanged messages.
Agent Mediated Electronic Commerce: The European AgentLink Perspective by Frank Dignum, Carles Sierra