Sub-delegation and trust

@inproceedings{Burnett2012SubdelegationAT,
  title={Sub-delegation and trust},
  author={Chris Burnett and Nir Oren},
  booktitle={AAMAS},
  year={2012}
}
Trust mechanisms allow a trustor to identify the most trustworthy trustee with which to interact. Such interactions can take the form of task assignments, where the trustor can be seen to delegate the task to the trustee. This process of delegation can operate recursively, with a task being repeatedly sub-delegated until some agent acts upon it. Such delegation chains present a problem for current trust evaluation mechanisms, which reward or penalise a single agent, as responsibility for the… CONTINUE READING

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