Trust Management for Widely Distributed Systems

@inproceedings{Yao2004TrustMF,
  title={Trust Management for Widely Distributed Systems},
  author={Walt Yao},
  year={2004}
}
In recent years, we have witnessed the evolutionary development of a new breed of distributed systems. Systems of this type share a number of characteristics. They are highly decentralized, of Internet-grade scalability, and autonomous within their administrative domains. Most importantly, they are designed to operate collaboratively, regardless of whether they know each other or not. Among many applications, the prime examples of this type of distributed systems include peer-to-peer systems… CONTINUE READING

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