Reputation Systems

A reputation system computes and publishes reputation scores for a set of objects (e.g. service providers, services, goods or entities) within a community or domain, based on a collection of opinions that other entities hold about the objects. The opinions are typically passed as ratings to a reputation center which uses a specific reputation algorithm to dynamically compute the reputation scores based on the received ratings.Entities in a community use reputation scores for decision making, e.g. whether or not to buy a specific service or good. An object with a high reputation score will normally attract more business than an object with a low reputation score.
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  • Three Examples of Uberization Done Right

    … list of posts with requests or provided services are available.) The second generation came into being as inventory amounts exploded, making the discovery process more challenging. Marketplaces, like eBay, Airbnb, and Etsy, built trust via reputation systems and social validation to help the discovery process become seamless. Now, this third…

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