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Trust Management : Second International Conference, iTrust 2004, Oxford, UK, March 29 - April 1, 2004, Proceedings - Christian Jensen

Trust Management

Second International Conference, iTrust 2004, Oxford, UK, March 29 - April 1, 2004, Proceedings

By: Christian Jensen (Editor), Stefan Poslad (Editor), Theo Dimitrakos (Editor)

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This volume constitutes the proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on TrustManagement, heldinOxford, UK, during29March-1April2004.Thec- ference followed a very successful 1st International Conference on Trust Ma- gement held in Crete in 2003. Both conferences were organized by iTrust, which is a working group funded as a thematic network by the Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) unit of the Information Society Technologies (IST) program of the European Union. The purpose of the iTrust working group is to provide a forum for cro- disciplinary investigation of the applications of trust as a means of increasing security, building con?dence and facilitating collaboration in dynamic open - stems. The notion of trust has been studied independently by di?erent academic disciplines, which has helped us to identify and understand di?erent aspects of trust. The aim of this conference was to provide a common forum, bringing together researchers from di?erent academic branches, such as the technolo- oriented disciplines, law, social sciences and philosophy, in order to develop a deeper and more fundamental understanding of the issues and challenges in the area of trust management in dynamic open systems. The response to this conference was excellent; from the 48 papers submitted to the conference, we selected 21 full papers and 6 short papers for presentation. Theprogramalsoincludedthreekeynoteaddresses, givenbyJe?Bradshawfrom theInstituteforHumanandMachineCognitionattheUniversityofWestFlorida (USA), Ian Walden who is Director of the Computer-Related Crime Research Centre at Queen Mary, University of London (UK), and Massimo Marchiori from the World Wide Web Consortium, as well as three panels and a full day of tutorials.

Addressing the data problem : the legal framework governing forensics in an online environmentp. 1
KAoS : a policy and domain services framework for grid computing and semantic web servicesp. 16
W5 : the five W's of the world wide webp. 27
A case for evidence-aware distributed reputation systems (overcoming the limitations of plausibility considerations)p. 33
Enhanced reputation mechanism for mobile ad hoc networksp. 48
Pinocchio : incentives for honest participation in distributed trust managementp. 63
History-based signature or how to trust anonymous documentsp. 78
Trading privacy for trustp. 93
Supporting privacy in decentralized additive reputation systemsp. 108
Engineering trust based collaborations in a global computing environmentp. 120
Analysing the relationship between risk and trustp. 135
Using risk analysis to assess user trust (- a net-bank scenario -)p. 146
E-notebook middleware for accountability and reputation based trust in distributed data sharing communitiesp. 161
Requirements engineering meets trust managementp. 176
Towards dynamic security perimeters for virtual collaborative networksp. 191
Human experiments in trust dynamicsp. 206
Using trust in recommender systems : an experimental analysisp. 221
Modeling controls for dynamic value exchanges in virtual organizationsp. 236
Analyzing correlation between trust and user similarity in online communitiesp. 251
Trust development and management in virtual communitiesp. 266
Managing internet-mediated community trust relationsp. 277
Reasoning about trust : a formal logical frameworkp. 291
Trust mediation in knowledge management and sharingp. 304
Enhanced accountability for electronic processesp. 319
The use of formal methods in the analysis of trustp. 333
Computing recommendations to trustp. 340
Picking battles : the impact of trust assumptions on the elaboration of security requirementsp. 347
Towards trust relationship planning for virtual organizationsp. 355
Trust, security, and contract management challenges for grid-based application service provisionp. 362
Deploying trust policies on the semantic webp. 369
Author indexp. 377
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ISBN: 9783540213123
ISBN-10: 3540213120
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 382
Published: 18th March 2004
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 2.06
Weight (kg): 1.22