The Trust-Domains Guide: A Guide to Identifying, Modelling, and Establishing Trust Domains

Trust is a prerequisite for collaborative human action and efficient cooperation. This fact is of particular importance when collaboration is mediated by information technology, where new domains of interaction are constantly created within, between, across, and orthogonal to predefined organisational processes, boundaries, and solutions, leading to challenges for the analysis, design, deployment and assessment of collaborative IT systems.

Trust Domains are an emergent concept for addressing these challenges. This book presents the results of the Trust Domains project, a three-year collaboration between HP Labs, Perpetuity Research, Oxford University, Birmingham University, Aberdeen University, and University College London, funded by the UK Technology Strategy Board (TSB).

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