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HPDC
2010
IEEE
13 years 6 months ago
Mendel: efficiently verifying the lineage of data modified in multiple trust domains
Data is routinely created, disseminated, and processed in distributed systems that span multiple administrative domains. To maintain accountability while the data is transformed b...
Ashish Gehani, Minyoung Kim
HPCN
1999
Springer
13 years 9 months ago
A Flexible Security System for Metacomputing Environments
Abstract. A metacomputing environment is a collection of geographically distributed resources (people, computers, devices, databases) connected by one or more high-speed networks, ...
Adam Ferrari, Frederick Knabe, Marty Humphrey, Ste...
ICDCS
2002
IEEE
13 years 10 months ago
dRBAC: Distributed Role-based Access Control for Dynamic Coalition Environments
Distributed Role-Based Access Control (dRBAC) is a scalable, decentralized trust-management and accesscontrol mechanism for systems that span multiple administrative domains. dRBA...
Eric Freudenthal, Tracy Pesin, Lawrence Port, Edwa...
WETICE
2003
IEEE
13 years 10 months ago
Attack-Resistance of Computational Trust Models
The World Wide Web encourages widely-distributed, open, decentralised systems that span multiple administrative domains. Recent research has turned to trust management [4] as a fr...
Andrew Twigg, Nathan Dimmock
HPDC
2003
IEEE
13 years 10 months ago
Using Views for Customizing Reusable Components in Component-Based Frameworks
Increasingly, scalable distributed applications are being constructed by integrating reusable components spanning multiple administrative domains. Dynamic composition and deployme...
Anca-Andreea Ivan, Vijay Karamcheti