A Trust Modeling Framework with Application to Critical Infrastructures
This paper connects the concept of trust with uncertainty and provides a denition of trust. This denition is used to propose a mathematical framework for trust modeling that is appropriate for critical infrastructure system applications. We provide two algorithms that are based on our framework with numerical simulations that sketches its eectiveness on a sample power grid application. Simulation results demonstrate that our algorithms are highly eective and accurate in making trust decisions.
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