Inference – Conceptual Graphs Using Conceptual Graphs To Represent Database Inference Security Analysis

@inproceedings{Delugach1998InferenceC,
  title={Inference – Conceptual Graphs Using Conceptual Graphs To Represent Database Inference Security Analysis},
  author={Harry S. Delugach and Thomas H. Hinke},
  year={1998}
}
This paper describes an approach to database inference analysis based on conceptual graphs. The database inference problem is briefly described. Previous approaches are summarized, followed by a presentation of our inference model, called AERIE. The notions of an inference target class and an inference method class are introduced with examples given. Conceptual graphs are introduced as our means of representing database inference knowledge, as a first step toward analyzing and detecting… CONTINUE READING
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