Context based riskiness assessment

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IEEE Region 10 Annual International Conference, Proceedings/TENCON, 2007, 2007
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In almost every interaction the trusting peer might fear about the likelihood of the loss in the resources involved during the transaction. This likelihood of the loss in the resources is termed as Risk in the transaction. Hence analyzing the Risk involved in a transaction is important to decide whether to proceed with the transaction or not. If a trusting peer is unfamiliar with a trusted peer and has not interacted with it before in a specific context, then it will ask for recommendations from other peer in order to determine the trusted peer's Riskiness value or reputation. In this paper we discuss the process of asking recommendations from other peers in a specific context and assimilating those recommendations according to its criteria of the interaction in order to determine the correct Riskiness value of the trusted peer.
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