Computationally modelling trust

An exploration

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Abstract

Trust is a popular and much disputed topic in various research communities. This paper attempts to integrate existing knowledge on trust into a simple computational model. The model incorporates the impact of direct experiences, reputation, stereotypes, empathy and user characteristics on trust. We present the results of two exploratory experiments testing and improving aspects of the model.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSociUM: Adaptation and Personalisation in Social Systems: Groups, Teams and Communities
Subtitle of host publicationWorkshop Proceedings
EditorsJulita Vassileva, Manolis Tzagarakis, Vania Dimitrova
Place of PublicationCorfu, Greece
PublisherNCSR Demokritos
Pages60-69
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2007

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Modeling
Computational model
Testing
Experiment
Stereotypes
Empathy

Keywords

  • trust
  • user model
  • computational model
  • persuasion

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Masthoff, J. (2007). Computationally modelling trust: An exploration. In J. Vassileva, M. Tzagarakis, & V. Dimitrova (Eds.), SociUM: Adaptation and Personalisation in Social Systems: Groups, Teams and Communities: Workshop Proceedings (pp. 60-69). Corfu, Greece: NCSR Demokritos.

Computationally modelling trust : An exploration. / Masthoff, Judith.

SociUM: Adaptation and Personalisation in Social Systems: Groups, Teams and Communities: Workshop Proceedings. ed. / Julita Vassileva; Manolis Tzagarakis; Vania Dimitrova. Corfu, Greece : NCSR Demokritos, 2007. p. 60-69.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Masthoff, J 2007, Computationally modelling trust: An exploration. in J Vassileva, M Tzagarakis & V Dimitrova (eds), SociUM: Adaptation and Personalisation in Social Systems: Groups, Teams and Communities: Workshop Proceedings. NCSR Demokritos, Corfu, Greece, pp. 60-69.
Masthoff J. Computationally modelling trust: An exploration. In Vassileva J, Tzagarakis M, Dimitrova V, editors, SociUM: Adaptation and Personalisation in Social Systems: Groups, Teams and Communities: Workshop Proceedings. Corfu, Greece: NCSR Demokritos. 2007. p. 60-69
Masthoff, Judith. / Computationally modelling trust : An exploration. SociUM: Adaptation and Personalisation in Social Systems: Groups, Teams and Communities: Workshop Proceedings. editor / Julita Vassileva ; Manolis Tzagarakis ; Vania Dimitrova. Corfu, Greece : NCSR Demokritos, 2007. pp. 60-69
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