2010 IEEE 34th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference Workshops (2010)
July 19, 2010 to July 23, 2010
We proposed a flexible prime number labeling for an evolutionary computing environment. The existing access control environment relies on the server to solve security problems. The current environment has become almost distributed and ubiquitous. This change has spawned the need for light-weight access control by clients, which have a resource limited environment. Existing studies using role-based prime number labeling (RPNL) are limited by the scalability of the prime number. The problem of scalability of the prime number was addressed with the use of the strong point of RPNL and implementation of persistent XML labeling and efficient query processing. The proposal has the advantage of having an adaptable access control scheme for an existing XML labeling method. We showed the efficiency of the proposed approach through experiments.
Access Control, Labeling Scheme, Ubiquitous Environment, XML
S. Park and D. An, "Flexible Prime Number Labeling for Resource Limited Clients," 2010 IEEE 34th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference Workshops(COMPSACW), Seoul, Korea, 2010, pp. 146-151.