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- Decisional trust = decisional DNA + reflexive ontologies + security
- The University of Newcastle. Faculty of Engineering & Built Environment, School of Engineering
- In this article, we introduce the necessary elements that must be integrated in order to achieve a decisional technology that can offer trust. Thus, we refer to it as Decisional Trust. For us, decisional trust can be achieved through the use of elements such as the Decisional DNA, Reflexive Ontologies and Security models; and therefore, we present in this article a framework that can be used for the implementation of decisional trust systems. Enhancing a decisional knowledge system with trust means that the user relies on what the system knows and that the system possesses a qualified reliance on received knowledge; that is, the construction of Reflexive Ontologies and the construction of Decisional DNA. Then, we add security models to those reflexive decisional fingerprints in order to gain certainty based upon the past decisional experience, and just until then, we can refer to the system as a Decisional Trust System. In conclusion, our approach extends the use of Reflexive Ontologies and Decisional DNA with the aim of offering trustable decisions, and introduces a framework for the exploitation of embedded trustable decisional knowledge. Fully developed, this framework would improve the quality of decision-making, and could advance the notion of administering trustable knowledge in the current decision making environment.
- ISAT '2008: Information Systems Architecture and Technology. Information Systems Architecture and Technology: Designing, Development and Implementation of Information Systems (Szklarska Poreba, Poland 21-23 September, 2008) p. 89-96
- Oficyna Wydawnicza Politechniki Wroclawskiej
- Resource Type
- conference paper