Issue No. 02 - April-June (2006 vol. 13)
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Madjid Merabti , Liverpool John Moores University
David Llewellyn-Jones , Liverpool John Moores University
The Internet has revolutionized multimedia content distribution, shifting the way content producers and users approach digital rights. However, ubiquitous computing will alter the digital rights management environment even more, and current techniques are ill equipped to deal with the changes. Distributed trust can help to overcome the challenge of maintaining digital rights for ubiquitous computing, using cellular automata to measure trust levels across a system.
Ubiquitous Computing, Digital Rights Management, Distributed Trust, Trust Propagation, Cellular Automata
M. Merabti and D. Llewellyn-Jones, "Digital Rights Management in Ubiquitous Computing," in IEEE MultiMedia, vol. 13, no. , pp. 32-42, 2006.