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A Learning Model for Trustworthiness of Context-Awareness Services

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A Learning Model for Trustworthiness of Context-Awareness Services
When ubiquitous computing devices access a contextawareness service, such as a location service, they need some assurance that the quality of the information received is trustworthy. However, the trustworthiness of a service cannot be determined by the service itself, but must be decided externally to the service. Furthermore, the trustworthiness of a service provider may be dynamic, depending on current environmental conditions. We propose a learning model that uses binary positive/negative feedback from service consumers and crossvalidation with other service providers to adjust the dynamic trustworthiness of a service provider.
Markus C. Huebscher, Julie A. McCann
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where PERCOM
Authors Markus C. Huebscher, Julie A. McCann
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