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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Electronic markets, dispute resolution and negotiation protocols are three types of application domain that can be viewed as open agent systems. Members of such systems are developed by different parties and have conflicting goals. Consequently, they may choose not to, or simply fail to, conform to the norms governing their interactions. It has been argued that many practical applications in the future will be realised in terms of open agent systems of this sort. Not surprisingly, recentlydoi:10.1007/978-3-642-02562-4_2 fatcat:33n366thuvbmvdrmseipkgywvm