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A proposal for Ontology Security Standards

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A proposal for Ontology Security Standards
- Semantic technologies, such as RDF (Resource Description Framework) and OWL (Web Ontology Language), are being widely used to store information. Ontology is mostly used in semantic platforms or embedded in other applications as a repository system. Data is the most crucial asset of information systems, and ontology can be used as a data repository, so it should be well protected. Trust, proof and security are three major aspects of semantic systems which are less investigated and are mostly afterthoughts of the semantic web. In this paper security problem(s) of ontology, as a layer of the semantic web, is discussed.
Muhammad Reza Fatemi, Atilla Elçi, Zeki Bay
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where SWWS
Authors Muhammad Reza Fatemi, Atilla Elçi, Zeki Bayram
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