HENRI: High efficiency negotiation-based robust interface for multi-party multi-issue negotiation over the internet
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Deochake, Saurabh and Kanth, Shashank and Chakraborty, Subhadip and Sarode, Suresh and Potdar, Vidyasagar and Mukhopadhyay, Debajyoti. 2012. HENRI: High efficiency negotiation-based robust interface for multi-party multi-issue negotiation over the internet, in Potdar, V. and Debajyoti, M. (ed), Proceedings of the CUBE International Information Technology Conference (CUBE 2012), Sep 3-5 2012, pp. 647-652. Pune, India: Association for Computing Machinery.
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This paper proposes a framework for a full fledged negotiation system that allows multi party multi issue negotiation. It focuses on the negotiation protocol to be observed and provides a platformfor concurrent and independent negotiation on individual issues using the concept of multi threading. It depicts the architecture of an agent detailing its components. The paper sets forth a hierarchical pattern for the multiple issues concerning every party. The system also provides enhancements such as the time-to-live counters for every advertisement, refinement of utility considering non-functional attributes, prioritization of issues, by assigning weights to issues.
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