A Framework for Modelling Trust During Information Systems Development
Bimrah, Kamaljit Kaur 2009. A Framework for Modelling Trust During Information Systems Development. PhD Thesis University of East London School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering
|Authors||Bimrah, Kamaljit Kaur|
This Thesis aimed to design and develop a Trust Framework that would enable information system developers in considering Trust during the development of information systems and it can be confirmed that the Trust Framework has been advantageously developed.
Trust plays an extremely important part and must be present in the development of information systems development. Following the immense research that was carried out into Trust, five concepts were recognized and established to be related to Trust and are concepts that should be modelled alongside the same, explicitly Initial Trust, Security, Privacy, Risk and Reputation.
Essentially there was a deficit of ontological and methodological support to model and reason about Trust with its related concepts in one allied framework, with this
It is important to acknowledge that the Trust Framework developed within this Thesis provides a framework that supports some concepts and with potential to support the remaining concepts. Looking at this in detail, the Trust Framework does not support the modelling of Trust along with Risk or Trust along with Privacy because support for these concepts has not yet been implemented at this stage. With respect to Security this is supported when the Trust Framework is integrated into the Secure Tropos methodology. The concepts of Reputation, Initial Trust and Trust itself
To summarise, the Thesis identifies the limitations, problems and/or challenges of the current state of the art with respect to Trust modelling and reasoning in information
This Thesis advances the current state of the art by being the first to model Trust and its related concepts in one single framework, the Trust Framework.
|Keywords||Trust Framework; Information systems development; Trust-related ontology|
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|Deposited||28 Oct 2013|
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