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Authors: Pablo Pilotti; Ana Casali; Carlos Chesñevar.

Resumen: A typical scenario for negotiation involves agents which can-not reach their goals by themselves because they do not have someresources or they do not know how to use them to reach their goals.Also, they may have incomplete or wrong information about the otheragent?s goals and resources. In this paper we present an approach toautomated negotiation based on belief revision operators, where agentsoffer resources and plans for exchanging in order to achieve their goals.This approach is presented through a high-level algorithm, formalized inCOQ and implemented in logic programming. As a case study, we showhow the well-known hammer-nail-mirror problem can be solved in thecontext of our proposal. .

Meeting type: Simposio.

Type of job: Artículo Completo.

Production: An Approach to Automated Agent Negotiation using Belief Revision.

Scientific meeting: Simposio Argentino de Inteligencia Artificial.

Meeting place: Córdoba.

Organizing Institution: SADIO.

It's published?: Yes

Publication place: Buenos Aires

Meeting month: 8

Year: 2011.