Course Code : IA363
Total Hours : 18 hours
Time Periods : not available yet
Elise Bonzon, Assistant Professor, elise.bonzon[at]mi.parisdescartes.fr
Carles Sierra, Professor at the Artificial Intelligence Research Institute (IIIA) of the Spanish Research Council (CSIC)
Study of negotiation in multi-agents systems. Different point of view are studied :
- Point of view of an user of a multi-agent system : definition of strategies for the agents
- Point of view of a designer of a multi-agent system : definition of mechanisms garanteeing some properties
- Introduction in game theory (2 sessions of 3h) : Formalisation of a game
- Study of solution concepts (Nash equilibrium, dominated strategies ; Pareto equilibrium ; Pareto equilibrium ; security levels in a game)
- Study of classical games in game theory
- Bilateral negotiation (1.5 sessions of 3h) : Protocol of monotonic negotiation and Zeuthen strategy
- Protocol of alternative offers of Rubinstein
- Multilateral negotiation : Bidding (1.5 sessions of 3h) : biddings over a simple object
- Multi-attribute auctions
- Combinatorial auctions
- Argumentation based negotiation (1 session of 3h) Short introduction to argumentation
- Introduction to argumentation based negotiation
- J. Von Neumann, O. Morgenstein, Theory of Games and Economic Behavior, Princeton University Press, 1944.
- D.Luce, H. Raiffa, Games and Decisions : Introduction and Critical Survey, Wiley, 1957.
- D. Fudemberg, J. Tirole, Game Theory, MIT Press, 1991.
- M. Osborne, A. Rubinstein, A Course in Game Theory, MIT Press, 1994.
- Multiagent Systems : Algorithmic, Game-Theoretic, and Logical Foundations.Y. Shoham, K. Leyton-Brown. Cambridge University Press, 2009.