Trustworthiness measurement methodology for e-business
MetadataShow full item record
The purpose of the Trustworthiness Measure is to (a) to determine the quality of the Trusted Agents and (b) once the trusting agent has determined and recorded the trustworthiness of the trusted agent or the quality of the trusted agent, the trusting agent can use this determined and recorded quality of the trusted agent when some other agent queries it about the quality of the trusted agent. As can be clearly seen, if the trusting agent has not determined the trustworthiness of the quality of the trusted agent and subsequently recorded it, then it will not be in a position to communicate recommendations about the trusted agent. Unfortunately, in the existing literature there is no methodology for quantifying and expressing the trustworthiness of the trusted agent. In this paper we propose a methodology by that the trusting agent needs to following in order to determine the trustworthiness of the trusted agent. This methodology helps trusted business transactions, virtual collaboration and keeps the service-oriented environment trustworthy as well as helping to provide a transparent and harmonious nature to the distributed, heterogeneous, anonymous, pseudo-anonymous, and non-anonymous e-service networks.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Trust and reputation for service-oriented environments: Technologies for building business intelligence and consumer confidenceChang, Elizabeth; Dillon, Tharam S.; Hussain, Farookh (2006)Trust has played a central role in human relationships and hence has been the subject of study in many fields including business, law, social science, philosophy and psychology. It has played a pivotal role in forming ...
Chang, Elizabeth; Hussain, Farookh; Dillon, Tharam S. (2005)The growing development in web-based trust and reputation systems in the 21st century will have powerful social and economic impact on all business entities, and will make transparent quality assessment and customer ...
Alhamad, Mohammed (2011)Cloud computing has changed the strategy used for providing distributed services to many business and government agents. Cloud computing delivers scalable and on-demand services to most users in different domains. However, ...