Agent-Mediated Electronic Commerce and Trading Agent Design and Analysis

AAMAS 2007 Workshop, AMEC 2007, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 14, 2007, and AAAI 2007 Workshop, TADA 2007, Vancouver, Canada, July 23, 2007, Selected and Revised Papers

ISBN: 978-3-540-88712-6 (Print) 978-3-540-88713-3 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

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    Pages 1-15

    On Revenue-Optimal Dynamic Auctions for Bidders with Interdependent Values

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    Pages 16-29

    Sequential Auctions in Uncertain Information Settings

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    Pages 30-45

    Adapting Price Predictions in TAC SCM

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    Pages 46-61

    Exploiting Hierarchical Goals in Bilateral Automated Negotiation: Empirical Study

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    Pages 62-75

    Theoretically Founded Optimization of Auctioneer’s Revenues in Expanding Auctions

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    Pages 76-89

    Designing Bidding Strategies in Sequential Auctions for Risk Averse Agents: A Theoretical and Experimental Investigation

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    Pages 90-104

    Traffic Management Based on Negotiations between Vehicles – A Feasibility Demonstration Using Agents

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    Pages 105-118

    On Choosing an Efficient Service Selection Mechanism in Dynamic Environments

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    Pages 119-134

    Adaptive Sniping for Volatile and Stable Continuous Double Auction Markets

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    Pages 135-150

    On the Empirical Evaluation of Mixed Multi-Unit Combinatorial Auctions

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    Pages 151-165

    Analysing Buyers’ and Sellers’ Strategic Interactions in Marketplaces: An Evolutionary Game Theoretic Approach

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    Pages 166-181

    Reducing Interaction Costs for Self-interested Agents

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    Pages 182-199

    Using Information Gain to Analyze and Fine Tune the Performance of Supply Chain Trading Agents

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    Pages 200-216

    On the Behavior of Competing Markets Populated by Automated Traders

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    Pages 217-239

    Marginal Bidding: An Application of the Equimarginal Principle to Bidding in TAC SCM

  17. Back Matter

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