Context and time dependent risk based decision making
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As there is a lack of central management in an ecommerce interaction carried out based on peer-to-peer architecture, it is obvious for the trusting peer to analyze the Risk beforehand that could be involved in dealing with a trusted peer in these types of interactions. Another characteristic of peer-to-peer architecture interactions is that the trusting peer might have to choose a peer to interact with, from a set of possible trusted peers. It can ease its decision making process of choosing a peer to interact with by analyzing the Risk that could be involved in dealing with each of the possible trusted peers. In this paper we highlight and propose a solution to this problem by which the trusting peer can decide with which peer to interact with after analyzing the Risk that could be associated in dealing with each of them.
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