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An integrative architecture for a sensor-supported trust management system.

Trček D - Sensors (Basel) (2012)

Bottom Line: With this methodology and architecture sensors play a crucial role.The architecture presents an already deployable tool for multi and interdisciplinary research in various areas where humans are involved.It provides new ways to obtain an insight into dynamics and evolution of such structures, not only in pervasive computing environments, but also in other important areas like management and decision making support.

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Affiliation: Faculty of Computer and Information Science, University of Ljubljana, Tržaška c. 25, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia. denis.trcek@fri.uni-lj.si

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Trust plays a key role not only in e-worlds and emerging pervasive computing environments, but also already for millennia in human societies. Trust management solutions that have being around now for some fifteen years were primarily developed for the above mentioned cyber environments and they are typically focused on artificial agents, sensors, etc. However, this paper presents extensions of a new methodology together with architecture for trust management support that is focused on humans and human-like agents. With this methodology and architecture sensors play a crucial role. The architecture presents an already deployable tool for multi and interdisciplinary research in various areas where humans are involved. It provides new ways to obtain an insight into dynamics and evolution of such structures, not only in pervasive computing environments, but also in other important areas like management and decision making support.

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Mentions: Running now thirty simulation runs on this society, each of them taking forty-five steps, the histogram in Figure 5 is obtained (during this simulation, all assessments were taken into account by all agents in every step, i.e., Ξ = [1]).


An integrative architecture for a sensor-supported trust management system.

Trček D - Sensors (Basel) (2012)

An example of application of QAD.
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f5-sensors-12-10774: An example of application of QAD.
Mentions: Running now thirty simulation runs on this society, each of them taking forty-five steps, the histogram in Figure 5 is obtained (during this simulation, all assessments were taken into account by all agents in every step, i.e., Ξ = [1]).

Bottom Line: With this methodology and architecture sensors play a crucial role.The architecture presents an already deployable tool for multi and interdisciplinary research in various areas where humans are involved.It provides new ways to obtain an insight into dynamics and evolution of such structures, not only in pervasive computing environments, but also in other important areas like management and decision making support.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Faculty of Computer and Information Science, University of Ljubljana, Tržaška c. 25, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia. denis.trcek@fri.uni-lj.si

ABSTRACT
Trust plays a key role not only in e-worlds and emerging pervasive computing environments, but also already for millennia in human societies. Trust management solutions that have being around now for some fifteen years were primarily developed for the above mentioned cyber environments and they are typically focused on artificial agents, sensors, etc. However, this paper presents extensions of a new methodology together with architecture for trust management support that is focused on humans and human-like agents. With this methodology and architecture sensors play a crucial role. The architecture presents an already deployable tool for multi and interdisciplinary research in various areas where humans are involved. It provides new ways to obtain an insight into dynamics and evolution of such structures, not only in pervasive computing environments, but also in other important areas like management and decision making support.

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