The following papers are possible choices for presentations in class:
Many of these are available on Citeseer.
- J. Rust, J. Miller, and R. Palmer. Behavior of trading automata
in a computerized double auction market. In D. Friedman and J. Rust,
editors, The Double Auction Market: Institutions, Theories, and
Evidence, Redwood City, CA, 1992. Addison-Wesley.
- W. Walsh and M. Wellman, A market protocol for decentralized task
allocation, In Proccedings of the Third International Conference
on Multi-Agent Systems,325-332, 1998.
- P. Wurman, M. Wellman and W. Walsh, A parametrization of the
auction design space, Games and Economic Behavior 2000.
- J. O. Kephart, J. E. Hanson and A. R. Greenwald, Dynamic pricing
by software agents, Computer Networks, 32(6), 731--752, 2000.
- C. Preist and M. van Tol. Adaptive agents in a persistent shout
double auction. In Proceedings of the First International
Conference on Information and Computation Economies, pages
11-18. ACM Press, 1998.
- G. Tesauro and R. Das, High-performance bidding agents for the
continuous double auction, In Proceedings of the Third ACM
Conference on Electronic Commerce, pages 206-209, 2001.
- William E. Walsh, Rajarshi Das, Gerald Tesauro, and Jeffrey
O. Kephart. Analyzing complex strategic interactions in multi-agent
systems. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Game Theoretic and
Decision Theoretic Agents, pages 109--118, 2002.