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Trust-decisions on the base of maximal information of recommended direct-trust

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Trust-decisions on the base of maximal information of recommended direct-trust
Nowadays the concept of trust in computer communications starts to get more and more popular. While the idea of trust in human interaction seems to be obvious and understandable it is very difficult to find adequate and precise definitions of the trust-term. Even more difficult is the attempt to find computable models of trust, particularly if one tries to keep all psycho-sociological morality from the real life out of the model. But, apart from all these problems, some approaches have been introduced more or less successful. In this paper, we do not create a new definition of trust. Like many others we start with the simplest definition of trust as a probability of expected positive behaviour. Our focus lies on the question, how far recommended trust-information is suitable to be the base of a trust-decision. Our concept is based on the definition, that individual experiences are essential for a directional direct-trust relation between an entity and an opposite entity. Recommendatio...
Uwe Roth, Volker Fusenig
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where SAC
Authors Uwe Roth, Volker Fusenig
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