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Software Structure Metrics Based on Information Flow
  • S. Henry, D. Kafura
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering
  • 1 September 1981
This paper, like several recent publications, defines and validates a set of software metrics which are appropriate for evaluating the structure of large scale systems. Expand
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First experiences using XACML for access control in distributed systems
This paper presents XACML, a standard access control language, as one component of a distributed and inter-operable authorization framework. Expand
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Inheritance in Actor Based Concurrent Object-Oriented Languages
Inheritance is a valuable mechanism which enhances reusability and maintainability of software. Expand
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The PRIMA system for privilege management, authorization and enforcement in grid environments
Many grid usage scenarios depend on small, dynamic working groups for which the ability to establish transient collaboration with little or no intervention from resource administrators is a keyExpand
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The Use of Software Complexity Metrics in Software Maintenance
This paper reports on a modest study which relates seven different software complexity metrics to the experience of maintenance activities performed on a medium size software system. Expand
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The Usability Problem Taxonomy: A Framework for Classification and Analysis
This paper presents the Usability Problem Taxonomy (UPT), a taxonomic model in which usability problems detected in graphical user interfaces with textual components are classified from both an artifact and a task perspective. Expand
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Task Scheduling on a Multiprocessor System with Independent Memories
This paper considers a model of a computing system with several independent but identical processors, each with a private memory of limited, and possibly different, storage capacity. Expand
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The PRIMA Grid Authorization System
We propose PRIMA, a system for PRIvilege Management and Authorization, provides enhanced Grid security services. Expand
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Garbage collection of actors
This paper considers the garbage collection of concurrent objects for which it is necessary to know not only “reachability,” the usual criterion for reclaiming data, but also the “state” (active or blocked) of the object. Expand
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Authorization and account management in the Open Science Grid
An attribute-based authorization infrastructure developed for the Open Science Grid is presented. Expand
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