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QoS based Web Service Selection and Multi-Criteria Decision Making Methods
P Bagga, A Joshi, R Hans
International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence, 0
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Quality of Service (QoS) Aware Workflow Scheduling (WFS) in Cloud Computing: A Systematic Review
S Kaur, P Bagga, R Hans, H Kaur
Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, 2018
482018
A Deep Reinforcement Learning Approach to Concurrent Bilateral Negotiation
P Bagga, N Paoletti, B Alrayes, K Stathis
Proceedings of the Twenty-Ninth International Joint Conference on Artificial …, 2020
302020
Mobile Agents System Security: A Systematic Survey
P Bagga, R Hans
ACM Computing Surveys 50 (5), 65:1-65:45, 2017
262017
Applications of mobile agents in healthcare domain: A literature survey
P Bagga, R Hans
Int. J. Grid Distrib. Comput 8, 55-72, 2015
252015
ANEGMA: an automated negotiation model for e-markets
P Bagga, N Paoletti, B Alrayes, K Stathis
Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems 35 (2), 27, 2021
172021
Learnable strategies for bilateral agent negotiation over multiple issues
P Bagga, N Paoletti, K Stathis
arXiv preprint arXiv:2009.08302, 2020
82020
Deep Learnable Strategy Templates for Multi-Issue Bilateral Negotiation
P Bagga, N Paoletti, K Stathis
Proc. of the 21st International Conference on Autonomous Agents and …, 2022
62022
A biological immune system (BIS) inspired mobile agent platform (MAP) security architecture
P Bagga, R Hans, V Sharma
Expert Systems with Applications 72, 269-282, 2017
62017
Pareto bid estimation for multi-issue bilateral negotiation under user preference uncertainty
P Bagga, N Paoletti, K Stathis
2021 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems (FUZZ-IEEE), 1-6, 2021
52021
N-grams based supervised machine learning model for mobile agent platform protection against unknown malicious mobile agents
P Bagga, R Hans, V Sharma
International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence …, 2017
42017
Agent Learning for Automated Bilateral Negotiations
P Bagga
Royal Holloway, University of London, 2021
12021
Towards Explainable Strategy Templates using NLP Transformers
P Bagga, K Stathis
arXiv preprint arXiv:2311.14061, 2023
2023
Adaptive Strategy Templates Using Deep Reinforcement Learning for Multi-Issue Bilateral Negotiation
P Bagga, N Paoletti, K Stathis
Available at SSRN 4581290, 0
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