Trust Management: 4th International Conference, iTrust 2006, Pisa, Italy, May 16-19, 2006, Proceedings by Ketil StolenTrust Management: 4th International Conference, iTrust 2006, Pisa, Italy, May 16-19, 2006, Proceedings by Ketil Stolen

Trust Management: 4th International Conference, iTrust 2006, Pisa, Italy, May 16-19, 2006…

byKetil StolenEditorWilliam H. Winsborough, Fabio Martinelli

Paperback | May 9, 2006

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This volume constitutes the proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Trust Management, held in Pisa, Italy during 16-19 May 2006. The conference followed successful International Conferences in Crete in 2003, Oxford in 2004 and Paris in 2005. The ?rst three conferences were organized by iTrust, which was 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 was 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 s- tems. The aim of the iTrust conference series is to provide a common forum, bringing together researchers from di?erent academic branches, such as the technology-oriented disciplines, law, social sciences and philosophy, in order to develop a deeper and more fundamental understanding of the issues and ch- lenges in the area of trust management in dynamic open systems. The response to this conference was excellent; from the 88 papers submitted to the conference, we selected 30 full papers for presentation. The program also included one keynote address, given by Cristiano Castelfranchi; an industrial panel; 7 technology demonstrations; and a full day of tutorials.
Title:Trust Management: 4th International Conference, iTrust 2006, Pisa, Italy, May 16-19, 2006…Format:PaperbackDimensions:476 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.17 inPublished:May 9, 2006Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Invited Talks.- Why We Need a Non-reductionist Approach to Trust.- Full Papers.- Dynamic Trust Federation in Grids.- Being Trusted in a Social Network: Trust as Relational Capital.- A Requirements-Driven Trust Framework for Secure Interoperation in Open Environments.- Normative Structures in Trust Management.- Gathering Experience in Trust-Based Interactions.- Multilateral Decisions for Collaborative Defense Against Unsolicited Bulk E-mail.- Generating Predictive Movie Recommendations from Trust in Social Networks.- Temporal Logic-Based Specification and Verification of Trust Models.- Modelling Trade and Trust Across Cultures.- Estimating the Relative Trustworthiness of Information Sources in Security Solution Evaluation.- Trust-Based Route Selection in Dynamic Source Routing.- Implementing Credential Networks.- Exploring Different Types of Trust Propagation.- PathTrust: A Trust-Based Reputation Service for Virtual Organization Formation.- A Versatile Approach to Combining Trust Values for Making Binary Decisions.- Jiminy: A Scalable Incentive-Based Architecture for Improving Rating Quality.- Virtual Fingerprinting as a Foundation for Reputation in Open Systems.- Towards Automated Evaluation of Trust Constraints.- Provision of Trusted Identity Management Using Trust Credentials.- Acceptance of Voting Technology: Between Confidence and Trust.- B-Trust: Bayesian Trust Framework for Pervasive Computing.- TATA: Towards Anonymous Trusted Authentication.- The Design, Generation, and Utilisation of a Semantically Rich Personalised Model of Trust.- A Trust Assignment Model Based on Alternate Actions Payoff.- Privacy, Reputation, and Trust: Some Implications for Data Protection.- A Reputation-Based System for Confidentiality Modeling in Peer-to-Peer Networks.- Robust Reputations for Peer-to-Peer Marketplaces.- From Theory to Practice: Forgiveness as a Mechanism to Repair Conflicts in CMC.- A Novel Protocol for Communicating Reputation in P2P Networks.- A Scalable Probabilistic Approach to Trust Evaluation.- Demonstration Overviews.- The Agent Reputation and Trust (ART) Testbed.- Trust Establishment in Emergency Case.- Evaluating Trust and Authenticity with Caution.- Using Jiminy for Run-Time User Classification Based on Rating Behaviour.- Traust: A Trust Negotiation Based Authorization Service.- The Interactive Cooperation Tournament.- eTVRA, a Threat, Vulnerability and Risk Assessment Tool for eEurope.