direct trust

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a trust created by the free and deliberate act of the parties involved (usually on the basis of written documentation)

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Direct trust value and reputation trust value is considered for building a trust of the service provider.
There are two trust tables: 1) Direct Trust Table, 2) The recommended list.
It is also documented in a two-player trust game that the levels of direct trust and reciprocity are higher than the levels of indirect trust and reciprocity (Dufwenberg et al.
Moreover, in line with Hypothesis 2, the level of indirect trust exhibited by player 1, which is represented by 39 francs sent to player 2 (39% of income), is significantly lower than the level of direct trust by player 2, which is represented by 96 francs sent to player 3 (43% of income).
The direct trust is about capability of file providers, and its trust class is defined as follows.
For direct trust, class name is FileDownload, and type is FileType which is a set of file types, such as movie, music, etc.
As a member of national and statewide direct trust networks, SDHC complies with all requirements for secure data exchange, including those mandated by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
The Sevan WSA is the only access management product that uses a direct trust model to authenticate web site users, closely matching accepted business practices and legal frameworks in use today," said Charles Williams, President and CEO of Sevan.
It has been gratifying to have our experience in secure data delivery embraced by healthcare and to support the efforts of such critical bodies as Direct Trust and EHNAC," says DataMotion's Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer Bob Janacek.
Mobile app developers have a direct trust relationship with their customers, and transparency about data collection and sharing practices are a critical part of that relationship.
Four of WidePoint's state credentialing deployments will achieve FEMA interoperability capability from this certification as will our over-arching deployment of contractors and trading partners under the Federation for Identity and Cross-Credentialing Systems (FiXs) certified credentialing program that converges both Physical and Logical access control through a direct trust relationship with the Department of Defense.
The system also allows direct fund transfer from a provider to a requester, with few or no intermediaries, mostly appropriate when direct trust is established, as in the case of remittances.