Existing Citations

  • trust relationship (p. 293): In our previous work (Liu, Aggarwal and Duan 2009; W. W. Liu 2010), we implemented four accountability principles, namely: identification, authorization, attestation and retribution, in a trust management framework for Internet servers to leverage organizations’ civil roles to improve accountability in their trust relationships with users, peers and authorities. Those principles also are crucial for servers to bring deterrence and recourse to enforce responsibility so they can trust better, putting reliance on responsible users and peers while holding rogue users or peers responsible. (†2739)