direct trust

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: trust - a trust created by the free and deliberate act of the parties involved (usually on the basis of written documentation)
trust - something (as property) held by one party (the trustee) for the benefit of another (the beneficiary); "he is the beneficiary of a generous trust set up by his father"
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Feng proposed a trust management mechanism based on Bayesian model, in which the trust value was calculated by using the RFSN trust value calculation method to calculate the direct trust and indirect trust.
[T.sub.d]v(i): "direct trust", judgment of vehicle v on vehicle i.
Direct trust refers to methods that infer a trust score owing to direct data observations.
Some of the common powers given to a trust protector are as follows: the power to remove or to replace trustees; the power to veto or direct trust distributions; the power to add or remove beneficiaries; the power to change situs and the governing law of the trust; the power to veto or direct investment decisions; the right to consent to exercise power of appointment; the power to amend the trust as to the administrative and dispositive provisions; the power to approve trustee accounts; the power to add a grantor as a beneficiary from a class of beneficiaries; and the power to terminate the trust.
Powers granted to a trust protector could include: remove a trustee; replace a trustee who has been removed, resigned, or otherwise ceases to serve; appoint an additional co-trustee; add or remove an investment manager or advisor; veto or direct trust distributions, including distributions based upon the actions or status of the beneficiary, such as substance abuse; add or remove beneficiaries of the trust; consent to the exercise of a power of appointment; approve trust accountings; amend the trust, including administrative or distributive provisions; veto or approve the sale of trust assets, such as a family business; resolve a deadlock between co-trustees.
Trust Decision Making has two kinds of trust relationship: CM-to-CM direct trust and CH-to-CM feedback trust.
Moreover, DTEM can dynamically adjust the weights of direct trust and indirect trust.
According to the different sources of trust, we divide the trust into direct trust and indirect trust.
The algorithm for direct trust is shown in Algorithm 1.
The value which is based only on nodes self-observations is called direct trust. Nodes may rely on recommendations provided by the neighbors to form an opinion on other nodes trustworthiness, which is called indirect trust.
In paper [2], a node's final trust value (FTV) is evaluated based on direct trust value (DTV) and indirect trust value (IDTV).