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==What is Reputation? ==
 
==What is Reputation? ==
 
* a 0,1,2,n dimensional value?
 
* a 0,1,2,n dimensional value?
* a discrete or rational number?
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* a discrete or a rational number?
 
* comparable?
 
* comparable?
  
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==Supplying/Storing/Using Reputation Information anonymously==
 
==Supplying/Storing/Using Reputation Information anonymously==
 
* make it algorithmically impossible to derive a reputation information supplier's / user's identiy.
 
* make it algorithmically impossible to derive a reputation information supplier's / user's identiy.
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=Toolset ... for building Reputation-based Solutions=
 
=Toolset ... for building Reputation-based Solutions=
  
 
==Architecture for a Reputation Information Management System==
 
==Architecture for a Reputation Information Management System==
*building blocks for building a reputation management system (what functions do they provide, how do they intedepend on each other, feature/implmentation options/alternatives)
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* building blocks for building a reputation management system
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** what functions do the building blocks provide?
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** how do they depend on each other?
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** alternative building blocks for similar functionality
  
 
==Method for integrating Reputation Information into a product/solution==
 
==Method for integrating Reputation Information into a product/solution==
  
=Contributions of THIS project=
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==Ongoing Work==
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which building block, which requirements (expected outcome)
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==Future Work==
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=Working Packages=
which building block, which requirements (expected outcome)
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* which building block?
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* which requirements?
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* expected outcome?
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=State of the art=
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*Literature survey
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*Conferences to watch
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*Companies active in this area

Revision as of 16:52, 24 January 2006


Introduction

In general, what is Reputation Information good for?

  • Value Preposition: To WHOM does reputation provide WHAT value?
    • Where can the availability of reputation information help to make things better?
    • How does it help there (what does 'better' mean)?
  • Limitations: What can Reputation Information NOT provide?

What is Reputation?

  • a 0,1,2,n dimensional value?
  • a discrete or a rational number?
  • comparable?

Userfriendly submission/use of Reputation Information

  • Tools for making submission of reputation information user friendly
  • Tools for making use (application) of reputation information user friendly
  • Acceptability of Reputation Information by end users

Supplying/Storing/Using Reputation Information anonymously

  • make it algorithmically impossible to derive a reputation information supplier's / user's identiy.



Toolset ... for building Reputation-based Solutions

Architecture for a Reputation Information Management System

  • building blocks for building a reputation management system
    • what functions do the building blocks provide?
    • how do they depend on each other?
    • alternative building blocks for similar functionality

Method for integrating Reputation Information into a product/solution

Working Packages

  • which building block?
  • which requirements?
  • expected outcome?



State of the art

  • Literature survey
  • Conferences to watch
  • Companies active in this area