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A formal analysis of trust and distrust relationships in Shakespeare’s Othello

@inproceedings{Erriquez2014AFA,
  title={A formal analysis of trust and distrust relationships in Shakespeare’s Othello},
  author={Elisabetta Erriquez and Wiebe van der Hoek and Michael Wooldridge},
  year={2014}
}
In settings where agents can be exploited, trust and reputation are key issues. As a consequence, within the multi-agent systems community, considerable research has gone into the development of computationally viable models of these concepts. In this paper, we present an abstract framework that allows agents to form coalitions with agents that they believe to be trustworthy. In contrast to many other models, we take the notion of distrust to be our key social concept. We use a graph theoretic… 

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