A methodology for determining riskiness in peer-to-peer communication
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2005 3rd IEEE International Conference on Industrial Informatics (INDIN) Perth, Australia 10-12 August 2005
IEEE Catalog Number ISBN 05EX1057
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Every activity has some Risk involved in it. Analyzing the Risk involved in a transaction is important to decide whether to proceed with the transaction or not. Similarly in Peer-to-Peer communication analyzing the Risk involved in undertaking a transaction with another peer too is important. It would be much easier for the trusting peer to make a decision of proceeding a transaction with the trusted peer if he knows the Risk that the trusted peer is worthy of. In this paper develop and propose such a methodology which allows the trusting peer to rate the trusted peer in terns of Risk that he deserves after the transaction is over.
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