Trust Management

  • Adam Wierzbicki
Part of the Studies in Computational Intelligence book series (SCI, volume 298)


Trust Management (TM) is an area of information technology that aims to improve the operation of open, distributed systems by predicting or influencing the behavior of their users. When applied to human users, Trust Management methods attempt to leverage the human capacity for trust or distrust. Alternatively, TM systems can also be applied to control the behavior of non-human agents. In such a case, TM algorithms can support the fully automated control of agent operations, and have an impact on emergent properties of the ODS.


Composition Operator Trust Propagation Trust Management Reputation System Online Auction 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2010

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  • Adam Wierzbicki

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