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An action-based fine-grained access control mechanism for structured documents and its application.

Su M, Li F, Tang Z, Yu Y, Zhou B - ScientificWorldJournal (2014)

Bottom Line: Finally, we give the implementation of our mechanism and make the comparisons between the existing methods and our mechanism.The result shows that our mechanism could provide the better solution of fine-grained access control for structured documents in complicated networks.Moreover, it is more flexible and practical.

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Affiliation: State Key Laboratory of Integrated Services Network, Xidian University, Xi'an 710071, China.

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This paper presents an action-based fine-grained access control mechanism for structured documents. Firstly, we define a describing model for structured documents and analyze the application scenarios. The describing model could support the permission management on chapters, pages, sections, words, and pictures of structured documents. Secondly, based on the action-based access control (ABAC) model, we propose a fine-grained control protocol for structured documents by introducing temporal state and environmental state. The protocol covering different stages from document creation, to permission specification and usage control are given by using the Z-notation. Finally, we give the implementation of our mechanism and make the comparisons between the existing methods and our mechanism. The result shows that our mechanism could provide the better solution of fine-grained access control for structured documents in complicated networks. Moreover, it is more flexible and practical.

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fig2: The action-based fine-grained access control model for structured document.

Mentions: The action-based access control model for structured document is shown in Figure 2. The action hierarchy (AH) and action-permission assignment (AP) are described in [9]. The basic concepts are defined as follows:


An action-based fine-grained access control mechanism for structured documents and its application.

Su M, Li F, Tang Z, Yu Y, Zhou B - ScientificWorldJournal (2014)

The action-based fine-grained access control model for structured document.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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fig2: The action-based fine-grained access control model for structured document.
Mentions: The action-based access control model for structured document is shown in Figure 2. The action hierarchy (AH) and action-permission assignment (AP) are described in [9]. The basic concepts are defined as follows:

Bottom Line: Finally, we give the implementation of our mechanism and make the comparisons between the existing methods and our mechanism.The result shows that our mechanism could provide the better solution of fine-grained access control for structured documents in complicated networks.Moreover, it is more flexible and practical.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: State Key Laboratory of Integrated Services Network, Xidian University, Xi'an 710071, China.

ABSTRACT
This paper presents an action-based fine-grained access control mechanism for structured documents. Firstly, we define a describing model for structured documents and analyze the application scenarios. The describing model could support the permission management on chapters, pages, sections, words, and pictures of structured documents. Secondly, based on the action-based access control (ABAC) model, we propose a fine-grained control protocol for structured documents by introducing temporal state and environmental state. The protocol covering different stages from document creation, to permission specification and usage control are given by using the Z-notation. Finally, we give the implementation of our mechanism and make the comparisons between the existing methods and our mechanism. The result shows that our mechanism could provide the better solution of fine-grained access control for structured documents in complicated networks. Moreover, it is more flexible and practical.

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