Workshop on Trust, Advice, and Reputation

Toulouse, October 22-24, 2009

Workshop Organizers:

Jean-François Bonnefon, Jonathan Ben-naim, Andreas Herzig, Sylvie Leblois, and Emiliano Lorini


40mn talk + 20mn questions + 10mn break
Thursday October 22
09:00-10:10 Jonathan Ben-naim, "Preliminary results on reputation systems: favouring more balanced profiles"
10:10-11:20 Matthias Nickles, "Modeling and Learning Contextualized Probabilistic Trust"
11:20-12:20 Sylvie Leblois, "Strategic and non strategic effects of benevolence when advisor-advisee interests are in conflict"
12:20-14:00 lunch
14:00-15:10 Andrew Jones, "Trust revisited"
15:10-16:20 Mascha van 't Wout, "Friend or Foe: the influence of implicit trust judgments on cooperation in social interactive decision-making"
20:00 dinner

Friday October 23
09:00-10:10 Nigel Harvey, "Verbal and behavioural indicators of trust: How well are they associated?"
10:10-11:20 Jordi Sabater, "Cognitive computational reputation models. Taming the beast"
11:20-12:20 Robert Demolombe, "Trust: Definition, Motivation and Justification. An essay in Modal Logic"
12:20-14:00 lunch
14:00-15:10 Ilan Yaniv, "Seeking advisory opinions: A bumpy road to the goal of making better decisions"
15:10-16:20 Laurent Vercouter, "A mixed human/software trust decision process using a cognitive assistant agent"
16:20-17:20 Emiliano Lorini, "A logic of trust and reputation"
20:00 dinner

Saturday October 24
09:00-10:10 Claudio Masolo, "Service-based organizations: some preliminary considerations"
10:10-11:20 Manh Hung Nguyen, "The Effect of Trust/DisTrust on Social Emotions: A Logical Approach"