Monday, June 7th, 2010
Harvard University, Massachusetts
Trading agents have become a prominent application area in Artificial Intelligence because of their potential benefits in electronic commerce, and because they present a stiff challenge to models of rational decision-making. A wide variety of trading scenarios and agent approaches have been studied, creating a broad and rich research area. This workshop will focus on the design and evaluation of trading agents. Papers on trading agent architectures, decision-making algorithms, theoretical analysis, empirical evaluations of agent strategies in negotiation scenarios, and game-theoretic analyses, are all within the scope of the workshop. For further details, see the call for papers.
This workshop will be held in conjunction with the 2010 Trading Agent Competition (TAC-2010), with finals held during EC 2010.