Semantic Support for Automated Negotiation with Alliances

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Pokraev, Stanislav and Zlatev, Zlatko and Brussee, Rogier and Eck van, Pascal (2004) Semantic Support for Automated Negotiation with Alliances. In: 6th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems, ICEIS 2004, 14-17 April 2004, Porto, Portugal.

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Abstract:Companies can form alliances on the Internet to aggregate buying or selling power and create value. More concretely, together resources are shared or new possibilities are exploited that cannot be exploited individually. Most alliances are formed as a result of a negotiation process between the companies that form an alliance. This paper proposes a software framework that enables automated negotiation between alliances. Our framework allows for the semantic description of negotiation objects and their attributes, and provides a mean for the exchange of negotiation messages unambiguously interpretable by all parties involved. The proposed framework supports ad-hoc alliances by allowing parties with a common interest to negotiate on the proposal they want to make to other market participants first.
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