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Parizas, Christos; De Mel, Geeth; Preece, Alun David; Sensoy, Murat; Calo, Seraphin B.; Pham, Tien
Languages: English
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Resource sharing is an important but complex problem to be\ud solved. The problem is exacerbated in a coalition context due to policy\ud constraints placed on the resources. Thus, to effectively share resources,\ud members of a coalition need to negotiate on policies and at times refine\ud them to meet the needs of the operating environment. Towards achieving\ud this goal, in this work we propose a novel policy negotiation mechanism\ud based on the interest-based negotiation paradigm. Interest-based negotiation\ud promotes collaboration when compared with more traditional negotiation\ud approaches such as position-based negotiations.
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