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Applying knowledge principles to mobile e-business systems

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2 Author(s)
Moseley, P. ; Motorola Australia Software Centre, Adelaide, SA, Australia ; Chitayev, M.

Trustworthiness in mobile electronic business (e-business) is of great practical importance to the way commercial relationships will be established, maintained and enforced in the future. We have used knowledge-based methods to determine whether an e-business system is trustworthy. We describe our chosen approach. We list some trust analysis problems that we have encountered in practice and show how the knowledge-based framework provides solutions to these problems. Finally, we describe how we are automating the knowledge-based system to reduce the time required to perform the analysis and to increase the assurance levels by performing the analysis in greater detail

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Knowledge-Based Intelligent Information Engineering Systems, 1999. Third International Conference

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Dec 1999