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Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences

Adaptation, Design and Application of a Computational Trust and Reputation Model for the Assessment of an Agent

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Author ETENG, I.E , OSOFISAN, N. O.
ISSN 2079-8407
On Pages 344-354
Volume No. 2
Issue No. 8
Issue Date August 01, 2011
Publishing Date August 01, 2011
Keywords Computational Trust, Reputation, Social Networks, Witness Information


Abstract

Computational Trust and Reputation models are the framework for measuring trust and reputation in online services, software and general service provision in the field of computing. This paper presents the adaptation, design and application of a Trust and Reputation model called ReGret. The advantage of the ReGreT system over other models is that it takes advantage, among other things, of social relations between agents to overcome the problem that arises from nonavailabilityof information from only previous past direct interactions of the agent. The modular nature of this model is exploited and the model is applied in the practical scenario of assessing an agent. The system design utilizes UML diagrams, algorithms and interfaces to show the ReGret model‘s activities using a hotel scenario. Imple mentation is done using an object-oriented programming language; the Java programming language. Recommendations are also given to aid further study in computational trust and reputation models.  

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