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Sharing Information Resources in Mobile Ad-hoc Networks [chapter]

Andrés Neyem, Sergio F. Ochoa, José A. Pino, Luis A. Guerrero
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
such as: floor control, group memory, shared objects replication and sessions and users management.  ...  Many people are sharing digital resources through networks in order to facilitate, enhance or improve collaborative work.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was partially supported by Fondecyt (Chile), grants Nº: 1030959 and 1040952 and by MECESUP (Chile) Project Nº: UCH0109.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11560296_28 fatcat:zxfgcsvtgzh63eday2qxdbniim

Sharing and Privacy-Aware RBAC in Online Social Networks

Ahmad Kamran Malik, Schahram Dustdar
2011 2011 IEEE Third Int'l Conference on Privacy, Security, Risk and Trust and 2011 IEEE Third Int'l Conference on Social Computing  
We present a sharing and privacy-aware SP-RBAC model by extending the well-known RBAC model.  ...  Users share their private information online with other users, which is becoming a serious privacy issue at the social and technical level.  ...  Many different types and names of collaborative relationships can be created by a user.  ... 
doi:10.1109/passat/socialcom.2011.93 dblp:conf/socialcom/MalikD11 fatcat:jw7mp2vfinhstbs5xujqarhk24

Modeling of Information Sharing on the Business Social Media

Fujio TORIUMI, Takashi OKADA, Shuichiro YAMAMOTO, Kenichiro ISHII
2013 SICE Journal of Control Measurement and System Integration  
In this research, a simple model of social media is provided, whose users share information by directly referring to other users.  ...  Finally, the authors proposed a method that supports information sharing and evaluated it by agent-based simulation using our proposed model.  ...  All agents have specific objective functions calculated from the information they possess. By repeating information sharing, all agents maximize their objective function values.  ... 
doi:10.9746/jcmsi.6.83 fatcat:m2czb64oirg2far3lcmmcc4o2i

Extending the mutual information measure to rank inferred literature relationships

Jonathan D Wren
2004 BMC Bioinformatics  
Herein, we attempt to extend the calculation of mutual information to indirect (i.e. inferable) associations by using the MIM of shared associations.  ...  Objects of general research interest (e.g. genes, diseases, phenotypes, drugs, ontology categories) found within MEDLINE are used to create a network of associations for evaluation.  ...  This work was funded by NSF-EPSCoR grant # EPS-0132534.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2105-5-145 pmid:15471547 pmcid:PMC526381 fatcat:yuytr56yrfhyvfrgwaw3ioqyvm

Supporting Multidisciplinary Teams in Concurrent Engineering [chapter]

J. H. Maxfield, L. T. P. Fernando, P. M. Dew
1995 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The shared objects, that support collaboration, encapsulate product information in a standard format based on the developing draft ISO standard STEP (a standard for the exchange of product data).  ...  This architecture integrates a multiperspective distributed virtual environment with a standard product model and supports interaction among users through shared objects.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank the members of the DVE project and the Keyworth Institute of Manufacturing and Information Systems Engineering for supporting this work.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34904-6_13 fatcat:t7vxvof45na7ndy3d7xry6zcoi

Page 180 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 10, Issue CP3 [page]

1996 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
Standard project models are developed explicitly for the purpose of supporting interapplication information sharing (possibly by national or international standards organizations, or by dominant appli-  ...  Each object can be manipulated as a whole, ignoring its detailed contents even though it may include many pieces of information.  ... 

A Comparison of Collaborative Access Control Models

Ahmad Kamran, Abdul Mateen, Muhammad Anwar, Basit Raza, Malik Ahsan, Wajeeha Naeem, Yousra Asim, Majid Iqbal
2017 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
The DySP-RBAC model outperforms other models by providing enhanced sharing capabilities. 291 | P a g e environment, such as team, task, user relationships, purpose of access and many  ...  The standard RBAC model is found better by having a quick response time for queries as compared to other RBAC models.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This research is funded by Higher Education Commission (HEC), Pakistan, through the project "Information Privacy in Collaborative Environments" approved for CIIT, Islamabad.  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2017.080340 fatcat:zdxyvg3ymndsxlpejdvrdevvti

Dynamic Collaborations for Information Sharing within and across Virtual Teams

Ahmad Kamran Malik, Schahram Dustdar
2011 2011 Frontiers of Information Technology  
In such a dynamic environment, information sharing and privacy are critical issues for users, their teams and enterprises.  ...  We present a Dynamic Sharing and Privacy-aware Role-Based Access Control (DySP-RBAC) model that extends the RBAC model for enhanced sharing and privacy of information among collaborating users within and  ...  This is controlled by sharing data elements (CR, AL) in DySP-RBAC. Due to many to many team-task relation, a task can be created mutually by many teams.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fit.2011.45 dblp:conf/fit/MalikD11 fatcat:mt7w3u4oobblbfc4isu6gjei2i

An Overview of Repository Technology

Philip A. Bernstein, Umeshwar Dayal
1994 Very Large Data Bases Conference  
A repository is a shared database of information about engineered artifacts.  ...  We also discuss how to implement a repository manager by layering it on a DBMS, focusing especially on issues of programming interface, performance, distribu-,;  ...  Over the lifecycle of engineered artifacts, many objects of many di@erent types are defined, created, manipulated, and managed by a variety of tools that need to share data.  ... 
dblp:conf/vldb/BernsteinD94 fatcat:oq7efzi62rc6hnb23eppzpkala

The long quest for universal information access

Peter J. Denning, Robert E. Kahn
2010 Communications of the ACM  
Within the Multics system, information sharing was achieved by making virtual memory a common space accessible by every user on the system.  ...  V viewpoints I nForMation sHarinG is an age-old objective.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1859204.1859218 fatcat:vrchm7fljbahxi2zypmd7jzkca

Using NATO Labelling to Support Controlled Information Sharing between Partners [chapter]

Sander Oudkerk, Konrad Wrona
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
information sharing for protection of critical infrastructure • Critical infrastructure is a federated environment -Many sectors • Resources, healthcare, transport, finances, communications -Industry  ...  of labels to portions/subset of a data object -Assignment of labels to the portions/subset follows specific rules that make flexible access control possible and maximizes information sharing • Originator  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-03964-0_19 fatcat:lbimwca33bdqdotlrqqjbxt3de

Adaptive software cache management for distributed shared memory architectures

John K. Bennett, John B. Carter, Willy Zwaenepoel
1990 SIGARCH Computer Architecture News  
An adaptive cache coherence mechanism exploits semantic information about the expected or observed access behavior of particular data objects.  ...  We have found that the access patterns of a large percentage of shared data objects fall in a small number of categories for which e cient software coherence mechanisms exist.  ...  The improvement is caused by the fact that Quicksort performs many writes to shared data objects between synchronization points, so many updates to the same data object are combined before they are eventually  ... 
doi:10.1145/325096.325124 fatcat:3zhu34cnazhepfkh6omjpk4afu

Dynamic information processing states revealed through neurocognitive models of object semantics

Alex Clarke
2014 Language, Cognition and Neuroscience  
These object-specific representations require the integration of shared and distinguishing object properties and support the unique recognition of objects.  ...  Recognising objects relies on highly dynamic, interactive brain networks to process multiple aspects of object information.  ...  Semantic features can occur in a variable number of concepts, and can be loosely distinguished as being shared by many other concepts (e.g. has ears, has legs are features shared by many animals) or more  ... 
doi:10.1080/23273798.2014.970652 pmid:25745632 pmcid:PMC4337742 fatcat:se2niab5andfbeamfkiqfuj6aa

Digital Libraries, Conceptual Knowledge Systems, and the Nebula Interface [article]

Robert E. Kent, C. Mic Bowman
2011 arXiv   pre-print
through coordinated access to the shared organization of knowledge.  ...  Concept Analysis provides a principled approach to effective management of wide area information systems, such as the Nebula File System and Interface.  ...  Shared access to information spaces, as specified by Nebula scoping, can be formally represent by conceptual knowledge systems.  ... 
arXiv:1109.1841v1 fatcat:olo6psyqjjcuzeyfqf6punynli

Understanding What We See: How We Derive Meaning From Vision

Alex Clarke, Lorraine K. Tyler
2015 Trends in Cognitive Sciences  
The way objects are naturally recognised is by accessing information specific enough to differentiate them from similar objects (e.g., recognising an object as a cow rather than a horse or a buffalo)a  ...  information.  ...  of an object before rapid effects driven by the feature sharedness of the object in the first 150 ms.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tics.2015.08.008 pmid:26440124 pmcid:PMC4636429 fatcat:gjymy5rzhzaeripj6bppax5pli
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