CORBA-based pair contracts support system for subjects of electronic commerce

@article{Chang1999CORBAbasedPC,
  title={CORBA-based pair contracts support system for subjects of electronic commerce},
  author={Kyung-Ah Chang and Do-Gun Jung and Byung-Rae Lee and Tai-Yun Kim},
  journal={Proceedings of the 1999 ICPP Workshops on Collaboration and Mobile Computing (CMC'99). Group Communications (IWGC). Internet '99 (IWI'99). Industrial Applications on Network Computing (INDAP). Multime},
  year={1999},
  pages={462-467}
}
  • Kyung-Ah ChangDo-Gun Jung Tai-Yun Kim
  • Published 21 September 1999
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings of the 1999 ICPP Workshops on Collaboration and Mobile Computing (CMC'99). Group Communications (IWGC). Internet '99 (IWI'99). Industrial Applications on Network Computing (INDAP). Multime
Electronic commerce shall provide a contract support system for its subjects with a credential in distributed computing. The contract support system is a fair exchange system of a package of business items between two parties, a merchant and a buyer. In this paper, based on the CORBA security service specification which OMG defined, we propose the fair contract support system for subjects of electronic commerce, providing the mutual authentication and the label-based authorization. This… 
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