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The issue of trustworthy transactions in P2P systems is often addressed by deploying schemes based on evidence and recommendation. Most implementations rely on a carefully designed formula for expressing and recording the historical performance of peers and for determining the level of trust that should govern the nature of their interactions. In this paper, a more comprehensive approach to trust management is proposed, where trustworthy transactions are supported by first, the historicaldoi:10.1109/csa.2009.5404307 dblp:conf/IEEEcsa/AnaneMB09 fatcat:x4bjpl7szjdyzgq47fct3vwwpu