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Título: Bilateral negotiation in a multi-agent supply chain system
Autor: Lopes, Fernando
Coelho, Helder
Palavras-chave: Autonomous agents
Multi-agent supply chain system
Automated negotiation
Multi-agent systems
Data: 30-Ago-2010
Citação: Lopes, F.; Coelho, H. Bilateral negotiation in a multi-agent supply chain system. In: 11th International Conference on Electronic Commerce and Web Technologies (EC-Web 10), Bilbao, Spain, 30 August-3 September 2010, p. 195-206
Resumo: A supply chain is a set of organizations directly linked by flows of services from suppliers to customers. Supply chain activities range from the ordering and receipt of raw materials to the production and distribution of finished goods. Supply chain management is the integration of key activities across a supply chain for the purposes of building competitive infrastructures, synchronizing supply with demand, and leveraging worldwide logistics. This paper addresses the challenges created by supply chain management towards improving long-term performance of companies. It presents a multi-agent supply chain system composed of multiple software agents, each responsible for one or more supply chain activities, and each interacting with other agents in the execution of their responsibilities. Additionally, this paper presents the key features of a negotiation model for software agents. The model handles bilateral multi-issue negotiation and incorporates an alternating offers protocol, a set of logrolling strategies, and a set of negotiation tactics.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.9/1124
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