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A Policy Driven Semantic Approach to Data Usage Management
As the amount of information available on the web has increased, several privacy and security issues around the use of such information have arisen. Government (and private) entities are able to gather and analyze data ...
Policy based Access Control for a RDF Store
Resource Description Format (RDF) stores have formed an essential part of many semantic web applications. Current RDF store systems have primarily focused on efficiently storing and querying large numbers of triples. ...
A Framework for Distributed Trust Management
This paper discusses our infrastructure for handling distributed security and trust. It outlines a method for access control across domains that handles complex inter domain trust relationships. We have developed a flexible ...
A Secure Infrastructure for Service Discovery and Access in Pervasive Computing
Security is paramount to the success of pervasive computing environments. The system presented in this paper provides a communications and security infrastructure that goes far in advancing the goal of anywhere - anytime ...
A Delegation Based Model for Distributed Trust
In this paper we outline an infrastructure that facilitates security and trust management in a multi-agent system. Our model eases the problem of authorization in a network of heterogeneous agents and also contains ...
Rei: A Policy Language for the Me-Centric Project
Policies guide the way entities within a domain act, by providing rules for their behavior. Most of the research in policies is within a certain application area, for example security for databases, and there are no general ...