Risk Models for Trust-Based Access Control(TBAC)

@inproceedings{Dimmock2005RiskMF,
  title={Risk Models for Trust-Based Access Control(TBAC)},
  author={Nathan Dimmock and Jean Bacon and David Ingram and Ken Moody},
  booktitle={iTrust},
  year={2005}
}
The importance of risk in trust-based systems is well established. This paper presents a novel model of risk and decision-making based on economic theory. Use of the model is illustrated by way of a collaborative spam detection application. 
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