- Automating trust assessment for configuration of temporary partnerships
- IFIP International Federation for Information Processing
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- Faculty of Science (FNWI)
- Informatics Institute (IVI)
Owing to advances in digital technology, emerging breakthrough solutions responding to market needs are becoming increasingly innovative and complex. Large amount of resources, competencies, skills, etc. are required to accomplish such solutions, usually beyond the capabilities and capacities of a single organization. The emergence of co-innovation networks as breeding environments for creation of temporary partnerships has enhanced the possibility of success for organizations and facilitating their collaborations. One obstacle to configuration of such partnerships as well as collaboration has been the difficulty in assessing the trust level of potential partners. So far, trust level assessment has been performed manually by organizations and in ad hoc manners, which is both time consuming and hardly produces accurate results. Consequently, formation of collaborative initiatives has become more challenging and organizations are reluctant to work with each other. This paper addresses the supervised automation of the assessment of trust level of organizations in co-innovation networks. It presents the design and development of Trust Management system, addressing its specifications and architectures to facilitate its implementation.
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- Proceedings title: Innovation in manufacturing networks: Eighth IFIP International Conference on Information Technology for
Balanced Automation Systems, Porto, Portugal, June 23-25, 2008
Place of publication: New York, NY
Editors: A. Azevedo
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