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BambooTrust: practical scalable trust management for global public computing

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BambooTrust: practical scalable trust management for global public computing
Global public computing platforms, such as PlanetLab, grid computing systems, and XenoServers, require facilities for managing trust to allow their participants to interact effectively in an open and untrusted environment. In this paper, we describe BambooTrust, a practical, high-performance distributed trust management system for global public computing platforms. We present our peer-to-peer architecture, based on the XenoTrust model and the Bamboo distributed hash table. We describe the initial BambooTrust implementation and deployment, and demonstrate that the system performs and scales more than adequately well by means of experimental evaluation. Categories and Subject Descriptors C.2.4 [Distributed Systems]: Distributed applications; H.3.5 [Online Information Services]: Data sharing; H.3.3 [Information Search and Retrieval]: Clustering Keywords Reputation systems, incentives, honesty detection, trust management, peer-to-peer systems
Evangelos Kotsovinos, Aled Williams
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where SAC
Authors Evangelos Kotsovinos, Aled Williams
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