The Supply Chain environment has seen much development in the area of auction trading performed by agents. The impacts are in reducing the cost of transactions, in increasing the volume of transactions, and in increasing the level of satisfaction of seller and buyer agents alike by increasing the matching of trades. This paper discusses the architecture of an individual agent, and the architecture of the community as a whole to facilitate effective auction trading. Conceptual models are presented to model the architecture of individual agents, and to model the architecture of the community.
|Keywords:||Blackboard Architecture, Agent Community, Auction Trading, Supply Chain Management|
Professor, Department of Management, College of Business & Economics, Towson University, Towson, Maryland, USA
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