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Applications of the Oriented Permission Role-Based Access Control Model

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Applications of the Oriented Permission Role-Based Access Control Model
Role-based access control and role hierarchies have been the subject of considerable research in recent years. In this paper, we consider three useful applications of a new role-based access control model that contains a novel approach to permissions and permission inheritance: one is to illustrate that the new model provides a simpler and more natural way to implement BLP model using rolebased techniques; a second application is to make it possible to define separation of duty constraints on two roles that have a common senior role and for a user to be assigned to or activate the senior role; finally, we describe how a single hierarchy in new model supports the requirement of distinction between role activation and permission usage hierarchies. In short, the oriented permission model provides ways of implementing a number of useful features that have previously required ad hoc and inelegant solutions.
Liang Chen, Jason Crampton
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where IPCCC
Authors Liang Chen, Jason Crampton
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