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    Enterprise computing is moving towards more open, collaborative systems. Joining a business network must be made efficient, despite the technical and semantic interoperability challenges involved in connecting different information and communication systems. Trust or lack thereof forms a pragmatic challenge: partners must continuously evaluate whether they trust each other enough to collaborate in the face of risk. Supporting technology is needed for making trust-based decisions on routine business transactions and observing the business peers for malicious or incorrect behaviour on interactions. We present a trust model for automating routine decision-making which considers both risk probabilities and tolerance valuations in the enterprise, and is dynamically updated based on new experience gathered both locally and from third parties.

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    Title : Making multi-dimensional trust decisions on inter-enterprise collaborations
    Author(s) : Sini Ruohomaa, Lea Kutvonen
    Abstract : Enterprise computing is moving towards more open, collaborative systems. Joining a business network must be made efficient, despite the technical and semantic interoperability challenges involved in connecting different information and communication systems. Trust or lack thereof forms a pragmatic challenge: partners must continuously evaluate whether they trust each other enough to collaborate in the face of risk. Supporting technology is needed for making trust-based decisions on routine business transactions and observing the business peers for malicious or incorrect behaviour on interactions. We present a trust model for automating routine decision-making which considers both risk probabilities and tolerance valuations in the enterprise, and is dynamically updated based on new experience gathered both locally and from third parties.
    Keywords : trust management, reputation systems, inter-enterprise collaboration

    Subject : Computer Science
    Area : Computer Science
    Language : English
    Year : 2008

    Affiliations Department of Computer Science, University of Helsinki
    Conference_title : Third International Conference on Availability, Security and Reliability (ARES 2008)
    Publisher : IEEE
    Pages : 873-880
    Url : http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ARES.2008.32
    Doi : 10.1109/ARES.2008.32

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