Computing and using reputations for internet ratings

@inproceedings{Chen2001ComputingAU,
  title={Computing and using reputations for internet ratings},
  author={Mao Chen and Jaswinder Pal Singh},
  booktitle={EC},
  year={2001}
}
Ratings for products and services are increasingly important on the Internet, as they allow users to harvest the wisdom of the community in making decisions. However, the difficulty with ratings is that little is known about the people providing them. Interpreting ratings well requires that the reputations of raters be factored into the scores computed for rated objects, even though these reputations are not explicitly available. Taking advantage of the insight that reputation can be computed… CONTINUE READING
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