Combining technologies to achieve decisional trust

Egileak: Cesar Sanín and Edward Szczerbicki and Carlos Toro

Data: 01.10.2008

Cybernetics and Systems


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Abstract

In this article we introduce the necessary elements needed to integrate a decisional technology that offers a level of trust that enables them to be used for the implementation of decisional trust systems. Thus, we refer to this approach as decisional trust, which can be achieved through the use of elements such as decisional DNA, reflexive ontologies, and security technologies. Decisional trust operates on three fronts: (1) the construction of decisional DNA as a knowledge structure capable of collecting an organization's decisional fingerprints; (2) the construction of Reflexive Ontologies as descriptions of concepts and relations with a set of selfcontained queries in a domain of study; and (3) the addition of security technologies. Our approach extends the use of Decisional DNA and Reflexive Ontologies with the aim of offering trustable decisions, and introduces elements for the exploitation of embedded, trustable, decisional knowledge which, added to security elements, can lead to trustable technologies. Fully developed, it would advance the notion of administering trustable knowledge in the current decision making environment

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@Article {
author = {Cesar Sanín and Edward Szczerbicki and Carlos Toro},
title = {Combining technologies to achieve decisional trust},
journal = {Cybernetics and Systems},
pages = {743-752},
volume = {39},
abstract = {
In this article we introduce the necessary elements needed to integrate a decisional technology that offers a level of trust that enables them to be used for the implementation of decisional trust systems. Thus, we refer to this approach as decisional trust, which can be achieved through the use of elements such as decisional DNA, reflexive ontologies, and security technologies. Decisional trust operates on three fronts: (1) the construction of decisional DNA as a knowledge structure capable of collecting an organization's decisional fingerprints; (2) the construction of Reflexive Ontologies as descriptions of concepts and relations with a set of selfcontained queries in a domain of study; and (3) the addition of security technologies. Our approach extends the use of Decisional DNA and Reflexive Ontologies with the aim of offering trustable decisions, and introduces elements for the exploitation of embedded, trustable, decisional knowledge which, added to security elements, can lead to trustable technologies. Fully developed, it would advance the notion of administering trustable knowledge in the current decision making environment
}
date = {2008-10-01},
year = {2008},
}
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