出版时间：2006-10-30 出版社：Springer 作者：La Poutre, Han; Janson, Sverker; Sadeh, Norman M. 页数：225
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Agent-Mediated Electronic Commerce, AMEC VII 2005, held in Utrecht, Netherlands in July 2005, as part of AAMAS 2005, and the third Workshop on Trading Agent Design and Analysis, TADA 2005, held in Edinburgh, UK in August 2005, in the course of the IJCAI 2005 conference meetings. The 7 revised full AMEC 2005 papers presented were carefully selected and address a mix of both theoretical and practical issues, looking at behavioral and organizational dimensions of agent-mediated electronic commerce as well as at complex computational, information and system-level challenges. An extended version of an article originally presented at AMEC 2004 has also been included. The second part of the book comprises 8 revised full papers of TADA 2005 that focus on trading agent technologies and mechanism design, including discussions of agent architectures and decision-making algorithms along with theoretical analyses and empirical evaluations of agent strategies in different trading contexts.
PART 1: AMEC VII 2005 Learning Environmental Parameters for the Design of Optimal English Auctions with Discrete Bid Levels Repeated Auctions with Complementarities An Analysis of Sequential Auctions for Common and Private Value Objects Algorithms for Distributed Winner Determination in Combinatorial Auctions Market-Based Allocation with Indivisible Bids Achieving Allocatively-Efiicient and Strongly Budget-Balanced Mechanisms in the Network Flow Domain for Bounded-Rational Agents An Analysis of the Shapley Value and Its Uncertainty for the Voting GamePART 2: TADA 2005 An Analysis of the 2004 Supply Chain Management Trading Agent Competition Identifying and Forecasting Economic Regimes in TAC SCM Socrates: A Production-Driven SCM Agent Designing and Evaluating an Adaptive Trading Agent for Supply Chain Management Searching for Walverine 2005 Trading Strategies for Markets: A Design Framework and Its Application Scaling Up the Sample Average Approximation Method for Stochastic Optimization with Applications to Trading Agents Who to Listen to: Exploiting Information Quality in a ZIP-Agent MarketPART 3: AMEC VI 2004 On Correctness and Privacy in Distributed MechanismsAuthor Index