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Bimrah, Kamaljit Kaur; Mouratidis, Haralambos; Preston, David (2007)
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This paper presents the current stage of our research, in respect to modelling and reasoning about trust and its related concepts during information systems development. In particular, it reviews the current state of the art with respect to modelling trust in information systems development and it concludes with the fact that there is no ontology which takes into account trust and all its related concepts. However, before discussing this matter, trust definitions and models are demonstrated, directly moving onto the current treatment of trust in information systems development and why it is important for trust and its related concepts to be modelled collectively in one methodology. It then briefly discusses the foundations for an ontology that advances the current state of the art, concluding with our future work and conclusions
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