# Conference item

## A Combination of Boolean Games with Description Logics for Automated Multi−Attribute Negotiation

Abstract:

Multi-attribute negotiation has been extensively studied from a game-theoretic viewpoint. In negotiation settings, utility functions are used to express agent preferences. Normal and extensive form games, however, have the drawback of requiring an explicit representation of utility functions, listing the utility values for all combinations of strategies. Therefore, several logical preference languages have been proposed, to specify multi-attribute utility functions in a compact way. Among ...

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CEUR−WS.org
Host title:
Proceedings of the 22nd International Workshop on Description Logics‚ DL 2009‚ Oxford‚ UK‚ July 27−30‚ 2009
Volume:
477
Publication date:
2009-01-01
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uuid:3ef7a85a-df8d-448f-b1e2-ca528057b323
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cs:6635
Deposit date:
2015-03-31