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Towards a Trust Analysis Framework for Pervasive Computing Scenarios

Towards a Trust Analysis Framework for Pervasive Computing Scenarios
Towards a Trust Analysis Framework for Pervasive Computing Scenarios
We present a scheme for highlighting the trust issues of merit within pervasive computing, based on an analysis of scenarios from the healthcare domain. The first scenario helps us define an analysis grid, where the human and technical aspects of trust are considered. The analysis is applied to a second scenario to examine its suitability. We then discuss the various categories of the analysis grid in the light of this examination and of the literature on the subject of trust. We believe that this approach could form the basis of a generalised trust analysis framework to support the design, procurement and use of pervasive computing.
Trust analysis framework, pervasive computing, healthcare scenario, trusted agent
Butler, Michael
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Leuschel, Michael
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Lo Presti, Stephane
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Allsopp, David
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Beautement, Patrick
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Booth, Chris
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Cusack, Mark
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Kirton, Mike
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Butler, Michael, Leuschel, Michael, Lo Presti, Stephane, Allsopp, David, Beautement, Patrick, Booth, Chris, Cusack, Mark and Kirton, Mike (2003) Towards a Trust Analysis Framework for Pervasive Computing Scenarios

Butler, Michael, Leuschel, Michael, Lo Presti, Stephane, Allsopp, David, Beautement, Patrick, Booth, Chris, Cusack, Mark and Kirton, Mike (2003) Towards a Trust Analysis Framework for Pervasive Computing Scenarios

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We present a scheme for highlighting the trust issues of merit within pervasive computing, based on an analysis of scenarios from the healthcare domain. The first scenario helps us define an analysis grid, where the human and technical aspects of trust are considered. The analysis is applied to a second scenario to examine its suitability. We then discuss the various categories of the analysis grid in the light of this examination and of the literature on the subject of trust. We believe that this approach could form the basis of a generalised trust analysis framework to support the design, procurement and use of pervasive computing.

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Published date: 2003
Keywords: Trust analysis framework, pervasive computing, healthcare scenario, trusted agent
Organisations: Electronic & Software Systems

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Local EPrints ID: 257451
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/257451
PURE UUID: a4b21e05-83cc-49d4-9031-4b8e10b06922
ORCID for Michael Butler: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-4642-5373

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Date deposited: 17 Jun 2003
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 09:38

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Author: Michael Butler ORCID iD
Author: Michael Leuschel
Author: Stephane Lo Presti
Author: David Allsopp
Author: Patrick Beautement
Author: Chris Booth
Author: Mark Cusack
Author: Mike Kirton

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