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Existing supply chain management practices consist primarily of static interactions between established partners. Global competition, shorter product life cycles and the emergence of Internet-mediated business solutions create an incentive for exploring more dynamic supply chain practices. The...
The exchange of digital goods via peer-to-peer (P2P) systems is a challenging problem for e-commerce. Participants rarely know each other, and may be completely anonymous, so the self-interest of the participants works against trust and they miss out on the benefits of cooperation. Reputation...
Auction participants cannot always articulate their requirements and preferences. Sometimes, for instance, the buyer in a procurement auction cannot quantify the value of non-price solution attributes or delineate between hard and soft constraints. This precludes formulating the winner...
We study a suite of heuristics that were designed for bidding in the simultaneous auctions that characterize the Trading Agent Competition (TAC) Travel Game. At a high-level, the design of many successful TAC agents can be summarized as: (i) predict: build a model of the auctions' clearing...
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