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An intelligent agent negotiation strategy in the electronic marketplace environment

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  • Louta, Malamati
  • Roussaki, Ioanna
  • Pechlivanos, Lambros

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  • Louta, Malamati & Roussaki, Ioanna & Pechlivanos, Lambros, 2008. "An intelligent agent negotiation strategy in the electronic marketplace environment," European Journal of Operational Research, Elsevier, vol. 187(3), pages 1327-1345, June.
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