By Syed Toufeeq Ahmed, Srinivas Vadrevu, Hasan Davulcu (auth.), Mark Last, Piotr S. Szczepaniak, Zeev Volkovich, Abraham Kandel (eds.)
The web has turn into a massive verbal exchange medium, the place almost any type of content material will be transferred immediately and reliably among person clients and whole firms positioned in any a part of the globe. for that reason, greater and effective tools and applied sciences are had to utilize the Web's approximately limitless capability. the hot Web-related examine instructions contain clever equipment frequently linked to the fields of computational intelligence, delicate computing, and information mining. This ebook provides state of the art advancements within the quarter of computationally clever tools utilized to varied features and methods of internet exploration and net mining. a few novel facts mining algorithms which could bring about greater and clever Web-based platforms also are defined. Scientists, engineers, and examine scholars are anticipated to discover many inspiring principles during this volume.
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Based on the above discussion of the context of the interaction between East Field and West Field is ‘Storing Goods in Warehouse’ or ‘Leasing Warehouse Space’ or ‘Renting Warehouse Space’ or ‘Storing Goods’. As can be seen East Field does not have enough information to assign a trustworthiness value of West Field based on the above description of context. In order to determine the trustworthiness of the trusted agent, the trusting agent needs to determine the criteria based on which it would assign a trustworthiness value to the trusted agent.
The Negotiation Phase comprises of the following steps Step 1: Behaviour Proposal: The reason why the trusting agent in engaging the trusted agent in an interaction is to fulfill a certain set of objective/s. The objective/s of the trusted agent in an interaction could be achieved by the trusted agent by performing a set of coherently related activities. The initial behaviour proposal should in practice contain a finite set of clearly and precisely specified activities that the trusting agent expects the trusted agent to perform in the interaction.
We define the mutually agreed behaviour of the trusted agent as the set of all the functionalities that the trusted agent has agreed to deliver to the trusted agent in the interaction. We can see from the above discussion that the mutually agreed behaviour and the actual behaviour of the trusted agent / product and the service are the pivotal factors based on which the the trusting agent can determine the trustworthiness of the trusted agent/ product / service. In this paper we propose a methodology by which the trusting agent and the trusted agent can determine the mutually agreed behaviour and the actual behaviour in the interaction.