Digital Libraries, Joint Conference on (2003)
Houston, Texas USA
May 27, 2003 to May 31, 2003
Song Ye , Dartmouth College
Fillia Makedon , Dartmouth College
Tilmann Steinberg , Dartmouth College
Li Shen , Dartmouth College
James Ford , Dartmouth College
Yuhang Wang , Dartmouth College
Yan Zhao , Dartmouth College
Sarantos Kapidakis , Ionian University
This paper introduces SCENS, a Secure Content Exchange Negotiation System suitable for the exchange of private digital data that reside in distributed digital repositories. SCENS is an open negotiation system with flexibility, security and scalability. SCENS is currently being designed to support data sharing in scientific research, by providing incentives and goals specific to a research community. However, it can easily be extended to apply to other communities, such as government, commercial and other types of exchanges. It is a trusted third party software infrastructure enabling independent entities to interact and conduct multiple forms of negotiation.
S. Kapidakis et al., "SCENS: A System for the Mediated Sharing of Sensitive Data," Digital Libraries, Joint Conference on(JCDL), Houston, Texas USA, 2003, pp. 263.