A Discussion on Trust Requirements for a Social Network of Eahoukers
A social network of eahoukers is intended to benefit from the socially generated knowledge to deal with the home appliances in a domestic environment. The entire system being developed in the SandS project has diverse facets, in this paper we focus on a discussion of the trust requirements from several points of view. Trust has been studied for a long time in different contexts. In this paper we review some definitions and ideas related to trust, as a basis for the desired discussion, as a first step previous to any implementation.
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