Trust relationships and reputation relationships for service oriented environment
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Trust and Reputation are vital components for trusted e-business. In this paper, we propose a definition of trust relationship. Additionally we discuss in depth the concept of trust relationship. A definition for reputation relationship is proposed in this paper. Three inner relationships within the reputation relationship are detailed and discussed.
Copyright 2006 IEEE
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