Achyanta Sarmah

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Except for some work in classifying security patterns (SP) based on taxonomy and linguistic metaphors not much has been done in organizing SP. No suitable formal model for organization of security patterns is yet available. In this paper, exploiting results from formal concept analysis (FCA) a formal model to organize SP is introduced. Using a trust-based(More)
Formalization of human thinking helps in fostering the process of learning by giving an explicit representation to human thoughts. Formal Concept Analysis (FCA) finds it’s core here. It considers a “concept” as a formal unit of human thought. A concept is represented as a set of inter related objects called the extent and the set of the properties of these(More)
The context of any workflow has functional and non functional characteristics. Functional characteristics like ordering of tasks, execution rules etc. give rise to Workflow Patterns (WPs). It is always possible to recognize instances of these patterns in a given workflow and vice versa. The WPs in a given workflow are invariably related to one another. In(More)
The context of any work°ow has functional and non functional characteristics. Functional characteristics give rise to Work°ow Patterns (WPs) in a work°ow. Changes may occur to the relationships amongst patterns in a work°ow after the initial enactment. Run-time changes could occur due to roles executing the patterns. Design-time changes could occur due to(More)
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