Trusted behavior identification model for distributed node
At present, distributed systems have been widely used, and a lot of research has been done on the reliability of distributed systems. However, trusted 3.0 based distributed system node trust behavior recognition research is still relatively rare. This paper focuses on the identification process and evaluation method of distributed node trust behavior. In this paper, call links and resource consumption of software behavior are obtained by burying points during the development phase. Based on the idea of 'sense of words and deeds', this paper compares the pre-acquired trust call links with the resource consumption sample data, in order to obtain a credible real-time software behavior model. This paper will focus on the analysis and extend to the distributed environment, and conduct a trusted analysis of software behavior, which provides a new idea for software trusted behavior analysis.