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Trust assessment in large-scale collaboration

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We present our study the trust assessment problem and aim to design a computational trust model for collaborative systems. First we evaluate the effect of trust score on user behavior. Secondly we design a privacy-aware computational trust model. Thirdly we design a trust prediction for first-time interaction. In the end we present a small study using machine learning and graph analysis to analyze relations between network attack enumerations.

This talk is part of the Compliant and Accountable Systems - Seminars series.

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