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Publikācija: A Negotiation-Based Multi-Agent System for Supply Chain Management

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Nosaukums oriģinālvalodā A Negotiation-Based Multi-Agent System for Supply Chain Management
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Autori Darja Plinere
Arkādijs Borisovs
Atslēgas vārdi negotiation, ontology, software agents, supply chain
Anotācija A supply chain is a key definition in logistics. The supply chain is a set of logistics system nodes that is linearly ordered by the material, information or financial flow in order to analyze or synthesize a specific set of logistic functions and (or) costs. Multi-agent systems are suitable for the domains that involve interactions between different people or organizations with different (possibly conflicting) goals and proprietary information. They view the supply chain as a set of intelligent agents, each responsible for one or more activities in the supply chain. The ontology, in turn, describes the domain area and becomes a mechanism to aid in understanding and analyzing the information flow between agents. The use of ontologies for multi-agent system provides the following benefits: the ontology enables knowledge structuring and sharing, increases the reliability of agent system and provides the basis for the interaction between the agents. This paper proposes a method of multi-agent system application for supply chain node cooperation and shows the interaction between agents inside one of the supply chain nodes – manufacturer node.
DOI: 10.2478/v10143-011-0054-x
Hipersaite: http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/acss.2011.45.issue--1/v10143-011-0054-x/v10143-011-0054-x.xml?format=INT 
Atsauce Plinere, D., Borisovs, A. A Negotiation-Based Multi-Agent System for Supply Chain Management. Informācijas tehnoloģija un vadības zinātne. Nr.49, 2011, 128.-132.lpp. ISSN 1407-7493. Pieejams: doi:10.2478/v10143-011-0054-x
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