Second Workshop on Norms and Institutions in multi-agent systems
A Framework for Distributed Trust Management
June 1, 2001
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.
Held in conjunction with the Fifth International Conference on Autonomous Agents
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