Engineering Trust in Complex System through Mediating Infrastructures

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Alessandro Ricci, Andrea Omicini

Starting from the many research results on trust in state-of-the-art literature, we first point out some open problems related to trust in multiagent systems (MAS), focussing in particular on the issue of the engineering of agent societies, and on the role of agent infrastructures. Then, we discuss two infrastructural abstractions — coordination artifacts, and agent coordination contexts —, and show how they can be exploited for modelling and engineering trust within MAS.

AI*IA/TABOO Joint Workshop "Dagli oggetti agli agenti: sistemi complessi e agenti razionali" (WOA 2004), pages 110-115, 30 November - 1 December 2004.
Matteo Baldoni, Flavio De Paoli, Alberto Martelli, Andrea Omicini (eds.), Pitagora Editrice Bologna, Torino, Italy
@inproceedings{trust-woa2004,
Address = {Torino, Italy},
Author = {Ricci, Alessandro and Omicini, Andrea},
Booktitle = {AI*IA/TABOO Joint Workshop ``Dagli oggetti agli agenti: sistemi complessi e agenti razionali'' (WOA 2004)},
Editor = {Baldoni, Matteo and De Paoli, Flavio and Martelli, Alberto and Omicini, Andrea},
Isbn = {88-371-1533-4},
Month = {30 } # nov # { -- 1 } # dec,
Pages = {110--115},
Publisher = {Pitagora Editrice Bologna},
Title = {Engineering Trust in Complex System through Mediating Infrastructures},
Year = 2004}

    

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