The flexibility inherent to wireless technologies is giving rise to new types of access networks and it is allowing the Internet to expand in a user-centric way. In this kind of scenario, trust, reputation as well as adequate incentives for cooperation are of vital importance. This paper provides an overview on the state of the art in trust and reputation in wireless environments, identity disambiguation and cooperation incentives. It underlines the current shortcomings in these fields and establishes the relation between these previous concepts in order to form a more robust and reliable Internet, where the end-user is directly involved in the connectivity value chain.

Trust and Cooperation Incentives for Wireless User-Centric Environments

BOGLIOLO, ALESSANDRO;
2012-01-01

Abstract

The flexibility inherent to wireless technologies is giving rise to new types of access networks and it is allowing the Internet to expand in a user-centric way. In this kind of scenario, trust, reputation as well as adequate incentives for cooperation are of vital importance. This paper provides an overview on the state of the art in trust and reputation in wireless environments, identity disambiguation and cooperation incentives. It underlines the current shortcomings in these fields and establishes the relation between these previous concepts in order to form a more robust and reliable Internet, where the end-user is directly involved in the connectivity value chain.
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