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Defense Transformation and Net-Centric Systems 2007
English-language policies about the desired behavior of computer systems often suffer from translation errors when implemented with a proliferation of low-level rules governing access control, resource allocation and configuration. To solve this, Dynamic Policy Enforcement systems replace these low-level rules with a relatively small number of semantically grounded, machine-understandable policy statements. These statements use domain terms defined in an ontology that are formally defined sodoi:10.1117/12.720702 fatcat:7a7ldnasxrbm5jevekql6w63ka