Pedigree and confidence: Issues in data credibility and reliability

@article{Young2007PedigreeAC,
  title={Pedigree and confidence: Issues in data credibility and reliability},
  author={Stanley Young and John Palmer},
  journal={2007 10th International Conference on Information Fusion},
  year={2007},
  pages={1-8}
}
The primary goal of this effort is to establish an approach for determining the trustworthiness of a datum element produced from one or more sources. This discussion develops the notion of Trustworthiness as a measurement of corroboration derived by assessing the level of conformity to existing beliefs. A technique is proposed for combining trustworthiness of sources and specific datum elements. 

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