4. Agents 2000:
Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain - Workshop on Trust in Cyber-societies Rino Falcone, Munindar P. Singh, Yao-Hua Tan (Eds.):
Trust in Cyber-societies, Integrating the Human and Artificial Perspectives [based on a workshop on Deception, Fraud, and Trust in Agent Societies held during the Autonomous Agents Conference in Barcelona, Spain in June 2000].
Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2246 Springer 2001, ISBN 3-540-43069-5
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- Rino Falcone, Munindar P. Singh, Yao-Hua Tan:
Introduction: Bringing Together Humans and Artificial Agents in Cyber-Societies: A New Field of Trust Research.
- Roderick M. Kramer:
Trust Rules for Trust Dilemmas: How Decision Makers Think and Act in the Shadow of Doubt.
- D. Harrison McKnight, Norman L. Chervany:
Trust and Distrust Definitions: One Bite at a Time.
- Rino Falcone, Cristiano Castelfranchi:
The Socio-cognitive Dynamics of Trust: Does Trust Create Trust?
- K. Suzanne Barber, Joonoo Kim:
Belief Revision Process Based on Trust: Agents Evaluating Reputation of Information Sources.
- Bart Nooteboom, Tomas Klos, René J. Jorna:
Adaptive Trust and Co-operation: An Agent-Based Simulation Approach.
- Mark Witkowski, Alexander Artikis, Jeremy Pitt:
Experiments in Building Experiential Trust in a Society of Objective-Trust Based Agents.
- Andreas Birk:
Learning to Trust.
- Rajatish Mukherjee, Bikramjit Banerjee, Sandip Sen:
Learning Mutual Trust.
- Yosi Mass, Onn Shehory:
Distributed Trust in Open Multi-agent Systems.
- Eric S. K. Yu, Lin Liu:
Modelling Trust for System Design Using the i* Strategic Actors Framework.