Pierpaolo Dondio

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The problem of identifying useful and trustworthy information on the World Wide Web is becoming increasingly acute as new tools such as wikis and blogs simplify and democratize publication. It is not hard to predict that in the future the direct reliance on this material will expand and the problem of evaluating the trustworthiness of this kind of content(More)
The problem of identifying trustworthy information on the World Wide Web is becoming increasingly acute as new tools such as wikis and blogs simplify and democratize publications. Wikipedia is the most extraordinary example of this phenomenon and, although a few mechanisms have been put in place to improve contributions quality, trust in Wikipedia content(More)
—In this paper we investigate how temporal factors (i.e. factors computed by considering only the time-distribution of interactions) can be used as an evidence of an entity's trustworthiness. While reputation and direct experience are the two most widely used sources of trust in applications, we believe that new sources of evidence and new applications(More)
The concept of social search has been acquiring importance in the WWW as large-scale collabo-rative computing environments have become feasible.This field focuses on the reader's perspective in order to assign relevance and trustworthiness to web pages. Although current web searching technologies tend to rely on explicit human recommendations, these(More)
The World Wide Web is growing in size and with the proliferation of large-scale collaborative computing environments Social search has become increasingly important. The focal point of this recent field is to assign relevance and trustworthiness to web-pages by taking into account the reader's perspective rather than web-masters' point of view. Current(More)
A key-issue for the effectiveness of collaborative decision support systems is the problem of the trustworthiness of the entities involved in the process. Trust has been always used by humans as a form of collective intelligence to support effective decision making process. Computational trust models are becoming now a popular technique across many(More)