BRAM considers the other agent as a partner in a negotiation process (and not as an opponent) since its strategy is to reach a solution which will satisfy the other agent, while maintaining its’ own utility threshold. BRAM has four main characteristics that guide it through the tournament: simple and fast, compromises as time elapses, seeks a win-win agreement and interrupts modeling attempts by others. BRAM amounted to the 4 th place in the ANAC2011 competition.
KeywordsMaximum Utility Utility Score Negotiation Process Cooperative Agent Automate Negotiation
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