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Combining Boolean Games with the Power of Ontologies for Automated Multi−Attribute Negotiation in the Semantic Web

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Recently, multi-attribute negotiation has been extensively studied from a game-theoretic viewpoint. Since normal and extensive form games have the drawback of requiring an explicit representation of utility functions (listing the utility values for all combinations of strategies), logical preference languages have been proposed, which provide a convenient way to compactly specify multiattribute utility functions. Among these preference languages, there are also Boolean games. In this paper...

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CEUR−WS.org
Volume:
416
Publication date:
2008-01-01
URN:
uuid:67739afa-b4c6-4c55-b19c-f5c569ea87ce
Local pid:
cs:6657

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