Conference paper Open Access
Samani, Zahra Najafabadi; Lercher, Alexander; Saurabh, Nishant; Prodan, Radu
With the rapidly increasing popularity of social media applications, decentralized control and ownership is taking more attention to preserve user’s privacy. However, the lack of central control in the decentralized social network poses new issues of collaborative decision making and trust to this permission-less environment. To tackle these problems and fulfill the requirements of social media services, there is a need for intelligent mechanisms integrated to the decentralized social media that consider trust in various aspects according to the requirement of services. In this paper, we describe an adaptive microservice-based design capable of finding relevant communities and accurate decision making by extracting semantic information and applying role-stage model while preserving anonymity. We apply this information along with exploiting Pareto solutions to estimate the trust in accordance with the quality of
service and various conflicting parameters, such as accuracy, timeliness, and latency.