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Research projects

Current projects

 Argumentation for Secure and Verifiable Agent Negotiation:

Integration of argumentation theory, game theory, logic-based reasoning, formal verification techniques, and Web service standards to develop negotiating agents.

 FRAME:

Investigation of problem framing in e-negotiation.

 Global Research on Inspire Negotiations:

Qualitative studies on participants' beliefs, attitudes and emotions in the Inspire negotiations.

 Internet Multi-Attribute Decision Expert:

Development of a decision support system for analysis of multi-attribute decision problems.

 Multi-Agent Decision-support System for Orchestrating Negotiation Automation:

Development of a platform to integrate software agents and humans in complex, multi-issue negotiations.

 Multi-Attribute Reverse Auction and Negotiation:

Experimental comparison of market mechanisms in e-procurement.

 Negotiation OR Auction:

Experimental studies of multi-bilateral negotiation and English auction with imposed preferences on the participants.

 Predictive Intelligent Assessment of Negotiation Outlook:

Modeling of opponent’s preferences using neural networks.

Past projects

 E-negotiations:

Electronic negotiations, media and transaction for socio-economic interactions
Research on the humanistic, social and technical aspects of negotiations of people, people-software and software systems.
Project's web site: http://interneg.concordia.ca/enegotiation

 Invite Experiments:

Field experiment with the Invite negotiation system.

 Profile:

Negotiation approach reflects people's predispositions toward conflict resolution. It is believed to have significant impacts on the effectiveness. Therefore, we conduct this experiment to examine negotiator’s negotiation approaches and their influences on the negotiation process and outcomes.

 Shaman:

Software and human agents in multiattribute auctions and negotiations
Experiments with software agents to automate and aid people in multi-bilateral negotiations and auctions.

 
  June 24, 2017
 
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