The concept of trust is intuitive, but there are challenges involved in defining, measuring, specifying, and computing trust. We all seem to know what trust is. If you ask a person whether he trusts another person, you are likely to get a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer. Ask the same person whether he trusts another person with his life, car, finances, or electronic business, and you are likely to receive quite different responses for each of these contexts of trust.
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