Authorized! access denied, unauthorized! access granted

  title={Authorized! access denied, unauthorized! access granted},
  author={Abdulaziz Almehmadi and K. El-Khatib},
Existing access control systems are mostly identity-based. However, such access control systems impose risks because recognized identity is not essentially an interpretation of good intentions of access. On the other hand, an un-identified individual might request access to suppress damage or prevent a catastrophic incident from happening. To address the limitation of current access control systems, we propose an access control method that is based on feelings which relates an access decision… Expand
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