Proceedings of the First International Conference on Reputation: Theory and Technology
PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON REPUTATION: THEORY AND TECHNOLOGY, M. Paolucci, ed., National Research Council, 2009
233 Pages Posted: 10 Dec 2010
Date Written: March 18, 2009
This volume presents the pre-proceedings of ICORE 2009: The First International Conference on Reputation: Theory and Technology. The ICORE conference intends to provide a ground for the scientific discussion on reputation systems, with a perspective on policy and e-Government. Reputation is an ancient artifact; its origins are connected with the origins of language itself - even pre-dating it in the famous interpretation of gossip by Robin Dunbar. The role of reputation has evolved with human society, from an efficient solution to the problem of grooming in large groups, to a mechanism supporting norm compliance, a tool for in-group signaling, a weapon of large collectives to exhalt or calumny public ﬁgure; the older roles blending with the newer ones, giving raise to a multi faceted artifact.
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