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In this paper, we consider a model of a procurement multiattribute auction in which the sales item is defined by several attributes, the buyer is the auctioneer, and the sellers are the bidders. Such domains include auctions on task allocation, services, or compound items. The buyer announces a scoring rule, according to its preferences, before the auction starts, and each seller places a bid, which describes the attributes of the item it offers for sale. First, we consider a variation of thedoi:10.1145/544741.544761 dblp:conf/atal/DavidAK02 fatcat:4xzbz43orjejnawvahp5evcjgy