Defining, Computing, and Interpreting Trust
- D. Faigin, M. Clifford, M. Bishop, and M. Abrams, “Defining, Computing, and Interpreting Trust,” Proceedings of the 16th Annual Computer Security Applications Conference p. 88 (Dec. 2000).
Abstract``Trust'' is ``an axiomatic acceptance of some quality or statement.''
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The definitive version was published in Proceedings of the 16th Annual Computer Security Applications Conference, Dec. 2000.