A Review on Various Applications of Reputation Based Trust Management

Govindaraj Ramya, Govindaraj Priya, Chowdhury Subrata, Dohyeun Kim, Duc Tan Tran, Anh Ngoc Le


The extremely vibrant, scattered, and non–transparent nature of cloud computing formulate trust management a significant challenge. According to scholars the trust and security are the two issues that are in the topmost obstacles for adopting cloud computing. Also, SLA (Service Level Agreement) alone is not necessary to build trust between cloud because of vague and unpredictable clauses. Getting feedback from the consumers is the best way to know the trustworthiness of the cloud services, which will help them improve in the future. Several researchers have stated the necessity of building a robust management system and suggested many ideas to manage trust based on consumers' feedback. This paper has reviewed various reputation-based trust management systems, including trust management in cloud computing, peer-to-peer system, and Adhoc system. 


Reputation, Trust management, Recommendation.

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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