Resource provider  acquires statistical trust value from the trade history and mainly depends on two factors: direct trust
evaluation and indirect trust evaluation [24,25].
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.
In paper , a node's final trust value (FTV) is evaluated based on direct trust
value (DTV) and indirect trust value (IDTV).
In other words, player 1 exhibits direct trust
in player 2 and indirect trust in player 3.
Not all components are necessarily visible to all stakeholders, and no direct trust
relation exists between all of them.
value determined by the history logs of transactions between evaluator and target nodes, in which i is the initiator for transaction, and j is the follower
Initially, nodes have knowledge only about nodes with which they have direct trust
relations, and only such data are stored in the trust network.
Each node keeps two tables: a direct trust
table and a recommendation list.
--A direct trust
is an express trust, as distinguished from a constructive or implied trust.
The private letter rulings deal with the effects of IRS gift tax rules on trusts that use trust beneficiary committees to direct trust
distributions, officials say.