Stage: Stereotypical Trust Assessment Through Graph Extraction

@article{Sensoy2016StageST,
  title={Stage: Stereotypical Trust Assessment Through Graph Extraction},
  author={Murat Sensoy and Burcu Yilmaz and Timothy J. Norman},
  journal={Computational Intelligence},
  year={2016},
  volume={32},
  pages={72-101}
}
Bootstrapping trust assessment where there is little or no evidence regarding a subject is a significant challenge for existing trust and reputation systems. When direct or indirect evidence is absent, existing approaches usually assume that all agents are equally trustworthy. This naive assumption makes existing approaches vulnerable to attacks such as Sybil and whitewashing. Inspired by real-life scenarios, we argue that malicious agents may share some common patterns or complex features in… CONTINUE READING

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