A MODEL BASED ON CLOUD COMPUTING IN A MULTI-AGENT BASED NEGOTIATION SYSTEM
Keywords:Agent technology, Automated negotiation, Cloud computing, E-Commerce.
AbstractThe benefits of cloud computing for online businesses nowadays are endless and easy to understand. Cloud computing is cost effective and reduces hardware, software, maintenance, and management costs. Cloud computing offers convenience, and more efficient use of a limited information technology staff. Also cloud computing is simple to use and leads to increased workforce productivity. Automated negotiation has become the core of the intelligent E-commerce. Traditional research in automated negotiation is focused on theory about negotiation protocol and strategy. This paper discusses reasons for such a situation and points out that making the automated negotiation system as a service in line with the cloud computing is a feasible way for the practical application of the automated negotiation system. We also proposed a negotiation system using cloud. In this system, all product information and multiple agent details are stored on cloud. This system is dynamic and increases the agents with the increase in participating user.
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