Scheduling Meetings through Multi-agent Negotiation
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This paper presents a set of negotiation protocols among agents in order to schedule a meeting. The set of protocols take into consideration the preferences and the privacy needs of the owners of the agents. Simulation on the efficiency of the protocols, in terms of the how satisfied the group is with the resulting scheduled time slot are presented. Strategic alternatives for the behavior of the agents are presented and analyzed.
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- Scheduling Meetings through Multi-agent Negotiation
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- Advances in Artificial Intelligence
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- International Joint Conference 7th Ibero-American Conference on AI 15th Brazilian Symposium on AI IBERAMIA-SBIA 2000 Atibaia, SP, Brazil, November 19–22, 2000 Proceedings
- pp 126-135
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- Lecture Notes in Computer Science
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- 1. Department of Computer Science and Statistics Computational Intelligence Laboratory, University of São Paulo
- 2. Computer Engineering Department Intelligent Techniques Laboratory, University of São Paulo
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- 5. Instituto de Computação, UNICAMP, Brazil
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