A review of trust modeling in ad hoc networks
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Findings The study identifies the main components that a trust model must provide, and compares the way they are implemented. It finds that the lack of unity in the different proposed approaches makes it difficult to conduct an objective comparison. Finally, it also notices that most of the models do not properly manage node reintegration. Originality/value The best of our knowledge, the study is the first that uses information scoring and ranking as classification key. According to this key, approaches can be classified as based on information theory, clusters and social network theory, and cooperative and non-cooperative game theory. It also provides a common nomenclature for all of them. Finally, the main contribution of the paper is to provide an analysis of the most representative approaches and present a novel qualitative comparison.
CitationMejia, M. [et al.]. A review of trust modeling in ad hoc networks. "Internet research", Gener 2009, vol. 19, núm. 1, p. 88-104.
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