Talk:Computational trust

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Speedy Delete[edit]

I think this guy is trying to add useful information. I'll take WP:BITE to heart and try to save the page. I added a clean up tag and I'll try to open a discussion with this guy about improving the articles. Ndenison talk 15:08, 4 August 2008 (UTC)

Confusion in the Article[edit]

The introduction refers to approaches in the Cryptology community (e.g. Web-of-Trust), while the Section "Trust model classification" refers to approaches in the Multi-Agent community (e.g. cognitive approach).

Reputation[edit]

I think, reputations models should not be explained in this article, only the difference to trust models.