We investigate the application of a modal language à la Hennessy-Milner to the specific domain of evidence-based trust estimations. In particular, we refer to a context-aware notion of computational trust joining in a quantitative setting both assessment of subjective opinions and third-party recommendations. Moreover, for a comprehensive analysis of the proposed logics, we offer an axiomatization and provide soundness and completeness results.

Trust Evidence Logic

Aldini, Alessandro
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Curzi, Gianluca;Graziani, Pierluigi;Tagliaferri, Mirko
2021

Abstract

We investigate the application of a modal language à la Hennessy-Milner to the specific domain of evidence-based trust estimations. In particular, we refer to a context-aware notion of computational trust joining in a quantitative setting both assessment of subjective opinions and third-party recommendations. Moreover, for a comprehensive analysis of the proposed logics, we offer an axiomatization and provide soundness and completeness results.
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