Revision as of 16:10, 24 January 2006 by 192.168.3.78
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Toolset ... for building Reputation-based Solutions
- 3 Working Packages
- 4 State of the art
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 1,2,n dimensional value?
- a discrete or a rational number?
- comparable, combinable?
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
Anonymously Supplying/Storing/Using Reputation Information
- using a tusted reputation provider who must keep all information secret
- 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
- sample scenario for illustrating building block's functionality and interactions
Method for integrating Reputation Information into a product/solution
- Given an application and given a reputation management system, are there common techniques for integrating the two?
- which building block?
- which requirements?
- expected outcome?
State of the art
- Literature survey
- Conferences to watch
- Companies active in this area