D-FOAF: Distributed Identity Management with Access Rights Delegation

@inproceedings{Kruk2006DFOAFDI,
  title={D-FOAF: Distributed Identity Management with Access Rights Delegation},
  author={Sebastian Ryszard Kruk and Slawomir Grzonkowski and Adam Gzella and Tomasz Woroniecki and Hee-Chul Choi},
  booktitle={ASWC},
  year={2006}
}
Todays WWW consists of more than just information. The WWW provides a large number of services, which often require identification of it’s users. This has lead to the fact that today users have to maintain a large number of different credentials for different websites distributed or shared identification system are not widely deployed. Furthermore current authorisation systems requires strict centralisation of the authorisation procedure users themselves are usually not enabled to authorise… CONTINUE READING
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