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Trust and Reputation Management Systems : An e-Business Perspective.

By: Trček, Denis.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.SpringerBriefs in Information Systems: Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (95 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319623740.Subject(s): Internet marketingGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Trust and Reputation Management Systems : An e-Business PerspectiveDDC classification: 658.4038 LOC classification: HF4999.2-6182Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 The Need for a Book on Trust and Reputation Systems -- 1.2 The Approach of This Book -- 2 A Brief Overview of Trust and Reputation over Various Domains -- 2.1 Philosophy -- 2.2 Trust Research in the Social Sciences Domain -- 2.2.1 Psychology -- 2.2.2 Political Science -- 2.2.3 Sociology -- 2.2.4 Economics -- 2.2.5 Management Science -- 2.3 Multidisciplinary Research -- 2.4 Linking Trust to Reputation -- References -- 3 Computational Trust and Reputation Management -- 3.1 Computational Trust Models and Methods -- 3.1.1 Marsh's Formalism -- 3.1.2 Subjective Logic -- 3.1.3 Qualitative Assessment Dynamics (QAD) -- 3.1.4 Other Methods -- 3.2 Reputation Management Systems Methods and Models -- 3.2.1 eBay Reputation System -- 3.2.2 Mui's Reputation Model -- 3.2.3 Reputation Model by Yu and Singh -- 3.2.4 Beta Reputation System -- 3.2.5 ReGreT -- 3.2.6 Some Other Approaches -- 3.2.7 Complementary Approaches -- 3.3 Evaluation of Trust Management and Reputation Models -- 3.3.1 Models Without a Decision Making Mechanism -- 3.3.2 Models with a Decision Making Mechanism -- 3.4 A Taxonomy for Trust and Reputation Management Systems -- References -- 4 An Implementation Roadmap -- 4.1 Understanding the Necessary Information Technology Puzzle -- 4.1.1 Light Web Services: REST and RESTful Architectures -- 4.1.2 Complex Web Services: SOAP Based Architectures -- 4.1.3 Semantic Web and Complementary Technologies -- 4.1.4 Extracting Content from General Data -- 4.1.5 Trust and Reputation Engine Infrastructure -- 4.1.6 Attacks on Core Functionality and Countermeasures -- 4.2 Wrapping It All Up -- References -- 5 Anticipated Uses of the Presented Tools -- 6 Trust and Reputation Systems: Conclusions.
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Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 The Need for a Book on Trust and Reputation Systems -- 1.2 The Approach of This Book -- 2 A Brief Overview of Trust and Reputation over Various Domains -- 2.1 Philosophy -- 2.2 Trust Research in the Social Sciences Domain -- 2.2.1 Psychology -- 2.2.2 Political Science -- 2.2.3 Sociology -- 2.2.4 Economics -- 2.2.5 Management Science -- 2.3 Multidisciplinary Research -- 2.4 Linking Trust to Reputation -- References -- 3 Computational Trust and Reputation Management -- 3.1 Computational Trust Models and Methods -- 3.1.1 Marsh's Formalism -- 3.1.2 Subjective Logic -- 3.1.3 Qualitative Assessment Dynamics (QAD) -- 3.1.4 Other Methods -- 3.2 Reputation Management Systems Methods and Models -- 3.2.1 eBay Reputation System -- 3.2.2 Mui's Reputation Model -- 3.2.3 Reputation Model by Yu and Singh -- 3.2.4 Beta Reputation System -- 3.2.5 ReGreT -- 3.2.6 Some Other Approaches -- 3.2.7 Complementary Approaches -- 3.3 Evaluation of Trust Management and Reputation Models -- 3.3.1 Models Without a Decision Making Mechanism -- 3.3.2 Models with a Decision Making Mechanism -- 3.4 A Taxonomy for Trust and Reputation Management Systems -- References -- 4 An Implementation Roadmap -- 4.1 Understanding the Necessary Information Technology Puzzle -- 4.1.1 Light Web Services: REST and RESTful Architectures -- 4.1.2 Complex Web Services: SOAP Based Architectures -- 4.1.3 Semantic Web and Complementary Technologies -- 4.1.4 Extracting Content from General Data -- 4.1.5 Trust and Reputation Engine Infrastructure -- 4.1.6 Attacks on Core Functionality and Countermeasures -- 4.2 Wrapping It All Up -- References -- 5 Anticipated Uses of the Presented Tools -- 6 Trust and Reputation Systems: Conclusions.

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