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A Framework for Distributed Trust Management

Authors: Lalana Kagal, Tim Finin, R. Scott Cost, and Yun Peng

Book Title: Second Workshop on Norms and Institutions in multi-agent systems

Date: June 01, 2001

Abstract: This paper discusses our infrastructure for handling distributed security and trust. It outlines a method for access control across domains that handles complex inter domain trust relationships. We have developed a flexible representation of trust information in Prolog, that can model permissions and delegations. We are currently working on modeling obligations, entitlements, and prohibitions as well. This paper describes a scheme for restricting re-delegation without using a specific delegation depth. Using examples, this paper explains the internal working of our system and the trust information that flows within it.

Type: InProceedings

Note: Held in conjunction with the Fifth International Conference on Autonomous Agents

Tags: security, trust, supply chain, policy, agent

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