Multi-Agent Negotiation Models for Power System Applications
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Motivated by the need to coordinate decisions among competing power system stakeholders, we describe multi-agent negotiation systems to perform negotiated decision-making. The negotiation theory is reviewed. Two multi-agent negotiation models are described. A multi-agent negotiation system is implemented and some illustrative power industry applications are presented.
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