DOI: https://doi.org/10.15407/pp2016.01.129

Multiagent modeling of sequential multiunit japanese auctions

A.L. Yalovets

Abstract


Features of modeling of auctions are investigated from the point of view of simulation (multiagent) modeling. The characteristic of auctions as object of modeling is resulted. Statement of a task carries out and the method of construction of the mechanism of carrying out of sequential multiunit japanese auctions, which provides use by agents of dominant strategies is offered and allows to construct optimal auction. Efficiency of the suggested method experimentally proves to be true.

Prombles in programming 2016; 1: 129-137


Keywords


modeling; japanese auction; mechanism design; agent; dominant strategies

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15407/pp2016.01.129

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