Stephane Presti, Michael Butler, Michael Leuschel, Chris Booth

We present an analysis Trust Analysis Methodology for find- ing trust issues within pervasive computing systems. It is based on a systematic analysis of scenarios that describe the typical use of the pervasive system by using a Trust Analysis Grid. The Trust Analysis Grid is composed of eleven Trust Issue Categories that cover the various aspects of the concept of trust in pervasive computing systems. The Trust Analysis Grid is then used to guide the design of the pervasive computing system.

Trusting Agents for Trusting Electronic Societies, LNCS 3577, pages 129-143, 2005.
Rino Falcone, Suzanne Barber, Jordi Sabater-Mir, Munindar Singh (eds.), Springer
@incollection{trustmethodology-lncs3577,
Author = {Presti, Stephane and Butler, Michael and Leuschel, Michael and Booth, Chris},
Booktitle = {Trusting Agents for Trusting Electronic Societies},
Doi = {10.1007/11532095_8},
Editor = {Falcone, Rino and Barber, Suzanne and Sabater-Mir, Jordi and Singh, Munindar},
Isbn = {978-3-540-28012-5},
Keyword = {Trust Analysis Methodology - Pervasive Computing - Pervasive Scenario - Trust Analysis Grid},
Pages = {129--143},
Publisher = {Springer},
Series = {LNCS},
Title = {A Trust Analysis Methodology for Pervasive Computing Systems},
Url = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/722hx4gcq3nx1vdq/},
Volume = 3577,
Year = 2005}

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A Trust Analysis Methodology for Pervasive Computing Systems

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Stephane Presti, Michael Butler, Michael Leuschel, Chris Booth

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Rino Falcone, Suzanne Barber, Jordi Sabater-Mir, Munindar Singh

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10.1007/11532095_8

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978-3-540-28012-5

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