Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research

Articles from Vol. 5, No. 2, August

A Flexible Architecture for Privacy-Aware Trust Management
AbstractIn service-oriented systems a constellation of services cooperate, sharing potentially sensitive information and responsibilities. Cooperation is only possible if the different participants trust each other. As trust may depend on many different...
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Determinants of Consumers' Perceived Trust in IT-Ecosystems
AbstractDigital ecosystems, or IT-ecosystems (ITEs), are composed of multiple and independent entities such as individuals, organizations, services, software, and applications. Together, these elements create a number of new independent systems that...
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Developing Trust in Virtual Software Development Teams
AbstractToday globally distributed software development has become the norm for many organizations and the popularity of implementing such an approach continues to increase. In these circumstances a strategy often employed is the use of virtual software...
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Enabling Usage Control through Reputation Objects: A Discussion on E-Commerce and the Internet of Services Environments
AbstractThis paper discusses the meaning and the role of Trust and Reputation in Internet-of-Service and e-Commerce environments following a comparative case study. Both environments represent paradigms through which the Internet is seen as a huge infrastructure...
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Privacy Issues for Online Personal Photograph Collections
AbstractTechnological developments now allow community groups, clubs, and even ordinary individuals to create their own, publicly accessible online digital multi-media collections. However, it is unclear as to whether the users of such collection are...
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Sharing Reputation across Virtual Communities
AbstractTrust and reputation systems for virtual communities are gaining increasing research attention. These systems track members' activities and obtain their reputation to improve the quality of member interactions and reduce the effect of fraudulent...
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The State of the Art in Trust and Reputation Systems: A Framework for Comparison
AbstractWe introduce a multidimensional framework for classifying and comparing trust and reputation (T&R) systems. The framework dimensions encompass both hard and soft features of such systems including different witness location approaches, various...
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Trust and Distrust in Adaptive Inter-Enterprise Collaboration Management
AbstractThe success and competitive edge of enterprises has become increasingly dependent on the enterprises' agility to become members in business networks that support their own business strategies. Therefore, integration solutions with their well-weathered...
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Trust and Trust Management
Trust is a fundamental consideration for the growth and stability of markets and communities because trust guides decisions about interactions between humans and organizations. New forms of markets and communities are created online, but the very nature...
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