Exploring Different Types of Trust Propagation

@inproceedings{Jsang2006ExploringDT,
  title={Exploring Different Types of Trust Propagation},
  author={Audun J\osang and Stephen Marsh and Simon Pope},
  booktitle={iTrust},
  year={2006}
}
Trust propagation is the principle by which new trust relati onships can be derived from pre-existing trust relationship. Trust transitivity is the most explicit form of trust propagation, meaning for example tha t if Alice trusts Bob, and Bob trusts Claire, then by transitivity, Alice will also trust Claire. This assumes that Bob recommends Claire to Alice. Trust fusion is al so n important element in trust propagation, meaning that Alice can combin e Bob’s recommendation with her own personal… CONTINUE READING
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