Mario Gómez

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Competitive distributed systems pose a challenge to trust modelling due to the dynamic nature of these systems (eg. electronic auctions) and the unreliability of self-interested agents. We propose a trust model which does not assume a concrete cognitive model for other agents an agent may interact with, but uses the discrepancy between the information(More)
Open distributed systems pose a challenge to trust modelling due to the dynamic nature of these systems (e.g., electronic auctions) and the unreliability of self-interested agents. The majority of trust models implicitly assume a shared cognitive model for all the agents participating in a society, and thus they treat the discrepancy between information and(More)
Trust modelling is a challenging issue due to the dynamic nature of distributed systems and the unreliability of self-interested agents. In this context, the Agent Reputation and Trust (ART) Testbed has been used to compare trust models in two Spanish competitions in 2006 and 2007 and several international competitions. In this paper we describe the model(More)
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