A Perspective on the Evolution of the International Trust Management Research Community in the Last Decade

@inproceedings{Dimitrakos2012APO,
  title={A Perspective on the Evolution of the International Trust Management Research Community in the Last Decade},
  author={Theodosis D. Dimitrakos},
  booktitle={IFIPTM},
  year={2012}
}
Year 2012 completes a decade since the iTrust research network was established in Europe. The international research community associated with iTrust is the predecessor of the IFIP Working Group 11.11 on Trust Management, the organization largely behind events such as the IFIPTM conference series. The completion of a decade since the establishment of iTrust also marks the first time that an international conference on Trust Management takes place in India, and indeed the first time that such a… 
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