Arguing about Reputation: The LRep Language

@inproceedings{Pinyol2007ArguingAR,
  title={Arguing about Reputation: The LRep Language},
  author={Isaac Pinyol and Jordi Sabater-Mir},
  booktitle={ESAW},
  year={2007}
}
In the field of multiagent systems (MAS), the computational models of trust and reputation have attracted increasing interest since electronic and open environments became a reality. In virtual societies of human actors very well-known mechanisms are already used to control non normative agents, for instance, the eBay scoring system. In virtual societies of artificial and autonomous agents, the same necessity arises, and several computational trust and reputation models have appeared in… CONTINUE READING
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