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By Scott Heckbert, Wiktor Adamowicz, Peter Boxall, Daniel Hanneman (auth.), Gennaro Di Tosto, H. Van Dyke Parunak (eds.)

This quantity encompasses a choice of the papers provided on the tenth overseas Workshop on Multi-Agent-Based Simulation (MABS 2009), a workshop co-located with the eighth overseas convention on self sustaining brokers and Multiagent structures (AAMAS 2009), which was once hung on could 10-15, 2009 in Budapest, Hungary.

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American Economic Review 97(4), 1278–1304 (2007) 6. : Are smarter groups more cooperative? Evidence from prisoner’s dilemma experiments, 1959–2003. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (forthcoming) 7. : The locality of information gathering in multiagent systems. In: Proceedings of Second International Conference on Multi-Agent Systems (ICMAS 1996), p. pdf 8. : Adaptive competition, market efficiency, and phase transitions. Physical Review Letters 82(10), 2203–2206 (1999) 9. : Can genetic algorithms explain experimental anomalies?

Suppose that there are two agents in parallel, competing to fulfill the orders of the agents directly in contact with source and sink (Figure 4). In the first turn, agents n2 , n3 , source and sink send their proposals simultaneously, and in the second turn agents n1 and n4 reply with their counter-proposals. The process is repeated until one of the competing agents reaches an agreement with n1 and n4 . For this setting, it will be assumed that n2 and n3 are under pressure to reach an agreement in a small number of haggles.

Agents in the set V optimise and send proposals of the form (unit price, quantity) to suppliers and customers. 4. Suppliers and customers of the set of acting agents, all of which belong to V , update their internal variables. 5. Sensors store proposals of V and calculate disagreement. Use this information to update the efficient frontier. 6. , start next haggle) until all disagreements are lower than a given threshold. A haggle in this algorithm is represented as the execution of steps 2 to 6 by subset P or CP .

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