By Jaron C. Collis, Lyndon C. Lee (auth.), Pablo Noriega, Carles Sierra (eds.)
Electronic trade, as a gamut of actions concerning digital transactions played over a community through software program that could be kind of independent, is an rising fact. Strategic stories have proven that digital trade is an immense progress undefined.
The e-book is dedicated to the demanding situations and possibilities that digital trade opens for agent expertise. For a while, digital trade has attracted the avid awareness of agent-builders and agent know-how researchers, and those have decisively contributed to advancing the cutting-edge within the box. The second-generation software program brokers now coming into the scene carry nice promise for the extra development of digital trade. This e-book originates from a workshop on Agent-Mediated digital buying and selling held at Agents'98 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in may perhaps 1998. The 11 conscientiously reviewed and revised papers current a special survey of software program brokers within the context of digital commerce.
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