Irreconcilable opinions, objectives or disagreements are so opposed that it is impossible to reach an agreement. Although recent literature on artificial intelligence and knowledge representation has attracted a great deal of attention from many communities on this subject, the results of these studies depend on the number of agents involved. The mechanism for obtaining agreement has been widely studied in the theatre-like gaming community, but only for quantitative objects that need to be negotiated. If a group, organization or country is divided, there are great differences between the people in it In this paper, we address the problem of defining a general framework that can be used to formalize the steps that bring two agents in one case or a group of more than two agents in the other to reach agreement on the meaning of a certain number of terms. In particular, we define once we have defined a logical framework to represent the situation of two agents negotiating, an algorithm that automates the meaning negotiation process, and study its computational properties. We expand the algorithm to a framework where there are more than two bargaining agents. a controversial topic, opinion or decision is someone who disagrees or disagrees or disagrees, if two people, plans or actions are for cross purposes, they try to achieve different things that do not coincide sometimes on a person, especially a person used in public life to say that people do not agree on what you are talking about or do not agree , probably have an argument because transactions of very different beliefs or opinions on computational collective intelligence VII p. 1-42 | Cite ace.
Not Reaching An Agreement
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