Activity Stereotypes, or How to Cope with Disconnection during Trust Bootstrapping

@article{Artigas2015ActivitySO,
  title={Activity Stereotypes, or How to Cope with Disconnection during Trust Bootstrapping},
  author={Marc S{\'a}nchez Artigas and Blas Herrera},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems},
  year={2015},
  volume={26},
  pages={2-12}
}
Trust-based systems have been proposed as means to fight against malicious agents in peer-to-peer networks, volunteer and grid computing systems, among others. However, there still exist some issues that have been generally overlooked in the literature. One of them is the question of whether punishing disconnecting agents is effective. In this paper, we investigate this question for these initial cases where prior direct and reputational evidence is unavailable, what is referred in the… CONTINUE READING

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