REWERSE-RP-2004-22

Travis Leithead, Wolfgang Nejdl, Daniel Olmedilla, Kent Seamons, Marianne Winslett, Ting Yu, Charles C. Zhang:
How to Exploit Ontologies for Trust Negotiation.


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In: Proceedings of Workshop on Trust, Security and Reputation on the Semantic Web in conjunction with the 3rd International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2004), Hiroshima, Japan (7th - 11th November 2004), Organization: The Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence and The Semantic Web Science Association

Abstract
The World Wide Web makes it easy to share information and resources, but offers few ways to limit the manner in which these resources are shared. The specification and automated enforcement of security-related policies offer promise as a way of providing controlled sharing, but few tools are available to assist in policy specification and management, especially in an open system such as the Web, where resource providers and users are often strangers to one another and exact and correct specification of policies will be crucial. In this paper, we propose the use of ontologies to simplify the tasks of policy specifi- cation and administration, and to avoid several information leakage problems in run-time trust management in open systems.

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BibTeX:

@inproceedings{REWERSE-RP-2004-22,
	author = {Travis Leithead and Wolfgang Nejdl and Daniel Olmedilla and Kent Seamons and Marianne Winslett and Ting Yu and Charles C. Zhang},
	title = {How to Exploit Ontologies for Trust Negotiation},
	booktitle = {Proceedings of Workshop on Trust, Security and Reputation on the Semantic Web in conjunction with the 3rd International Semantic Web Conference, Hiroshima, Japan (7th--11th November 2004)},
	year = {2004},
	organization = {The Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence and The Semantic Web Science Association},
	url = {http://rewerse.net/publications/rewerse-publications.html#REWERSE-RP-2004-22}
}

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