A Unifying Framework for Behavior-Based Trust Models

@inproceedings{Weth2006AUF,
  title={A Unifying Framework for Behavior-Based Trust Models},
  author={Christian von der Weth and Klemens B{\"o}hm},
  booktitle={OTM Conferences},
  year={2006}
}
Trust models have been touted to facilitate cooperation among unknown entities. Existing behavior-based trust models typically include a fixed evaluation scheme to derive the trustworthiness of an entity from knowledge about its behavior in previous interactions. This paper in turn proposes a framework for behavior-based trust models for open environments with the following distinctive characteristic. Based on a relational representation of behavior-specific knowledge, we propose a trust-policy… CONTINUE READING
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