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Towards a "Knowledge-Based Marketplace" Model (KBM) for Cooperation between Agents

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E-Marketplaces are not usually studied as places for cooperative work between suppliers and buyers, involving knowledge and creation of new knowledge. The present work starts from a theoretical point of view, in order to build a model of cooperation that we have entitled "Knowledge-Based Marketplace" (KBM). e-Marketplaces catalogues proceed from a twofold problem of modelling information and knowledge from multiple points of view and from multiple experts. Buyers and sellers each bring complementary expertises to "co-construct" the catalogues. As a first step, in this paper, we justify and start to develop that model, by studying it through an experiments program of a concrete case of KBM, with a particular interest in the possibilities for new knowledge to emerge from the collaboration processes.
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hal-02939066 , version 1 (15-09-2020)

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Jean-Pierre Cahier, Manuel Zacklad. Towards a "Knowledge-Based Marketplace" Model (KBM) for Cooperation between Agents. COOP 2002: Cooperative Systems Design - A Challenge of the Mobility Age, Jun 2002, Saint-Raphaël, France. ⟨hal-02939066⟩
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