© 2003

Trust Management

First International Conference, iTrust 2003 Heraklion, Crete, Greece, May 28–30, 2003 Proceedings

  • Paddy Nixon
  • Sotirios Terzis
Conference proceedings iTrust 2003

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 2692)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-X
  2. Michael Kinateder, Kurt Rothermel
    Pages 1-16
  3. Naftaly H. Minsky
    Pages 17-32
  4. Adrian Baldwin, Simon Shiu
    Pages 46-58
  5. Boris Dragovic, Steven Hand, Tim Harris, Evangelos Kotsovinos, Andrew Twigg
    Pages 59-74
  6. Tyrone Grandison, Morris Sloman
    Pages 91-107
  7. David Ingram
    Pages 108-122
  8. Piotr Cofta, Stephen Crane
    Pages 123-135
  9. Colin English, Waleed Wagealla, Paddy Nixon, Sotirios Terzis, Helen Lowe, Andrew McGettrick
    Pages 136-149
  10. Daniela Memmo, Giovanni Sartor, Gioacchino Quadri di Cardano
    Pages 150-164
  11. Michael Grimsley, Anthony Meehan, Geoff Green, Bernard Stafford
    Pages 165-178
  12. Audun Jøsang, Shane Hird, Eric Faccer
    Pages 179-194
  13. Cristiano Castelfranchi, Rino Falcone, Giovanni Pezzulo
    Pages 195-210
  14. Elizabeth Gray, Jean-Marc Seigneur, Yong Chen, Christian Jensen
    Pages 239-254
  15. Tim Moreton, Andrew Twigg
    Pages 255-270
  16. Robert Kalcklösch, Klaus Herrmann
    Pages 271-274

About these proceedings


iTrust is an Information Society Technologies (IST) working group, which started on 1st of August, 2002. The working group is being funded as a concerted action/ thematic network by the Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) unit of the IST program. The aim of iTrust is to provide a forum for cross-disciplinary investigation of the application of trust as a means of establishing security and con?dence in the global computing infrastructure, recognizing trust as a crucial enabler for meaningful and mutually bene?cial interactions. The proposed forum is intended to bring together researchers with a keen interest in complementary aspects of trust, from technology-oriented disciplines and the ?elds of law, social sciences, and philosophy. Hence providing the c- sortium participants (and the research communities associated with them) with the common background necessary for advancing toward an in-depth underst- ding of the fundamental issues and challenges in the area of trust management in open systems. Broadly the initiative aims to: – facilitate the cross-disciplinary investigation of fundamental issues underp- ning computational trust models by bringing together expertise from te- nology oriented sciences, law, philosophy, and social sciences – facilitate the emergence of widely acceptable trust management processes for dynamic open systems and applications – facilitate the development of new paradigms in the area of dynamic open systems which e?ectively utilize computational trust models – help the incorporation of trust management elements in existing standards.


Augmented Reality Cyberspace DOM Fuzzy Internet ad-hoc networking architecture collaborative computing design distributed systems e-markets information society open systems security trust management

Editors and affiliations

  • Paddy Nixon
    • 1
  • Sotirios Terzis
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Computer and Information Sciences Livingstone TowerUniversity of StrathclydeGlasgowUK

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