Distributed-knowledge Authorization Language January 2008 Revision

@inproceedings{Gurevich2008DistributedknowledgeAL,
  title={Distributed-knowledge Authorization Language January 2008 Revision},
  author={Yuri Gurevich and Itay Neeman},
  year={2008}
}
DKAL is an expressive declarative authorization language based on existential fixed-point logic. It is considerably more expressive than existing languages in the literature, and yet feasible. Our query algorithm is within the same bounds of computational complexity as e.g. that of SecPAL. DKAL’s distinguishing features include • explicit handling of knowledge and information, • targeted communication that is beneficial with respect to confidentiality, security, and liability protection, • the… CONTINUE READING
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