Policy and Contract Management for Semantic Web Services

@inproceedings{Uszok2004PolicyAC,
  title={Policy and Contract Management for Semantic Web Services},
  author={Andrzej Uszok and Jeffrey M. Bradshaw and Richard Jeffers and Matthew D. Johnson and Austin Tate and Jeff Dalton and Stuart Aitken},
  year={2004}
}
This paper summarizes our efforts to develop capabilities for policy and contract management for Semantic Web Services applications. KAoS services and tools allow for the specification, management, analyzes, disclosure and enforcement of policies represented in OWL. We discuss three current Semantic Web Services applications as examples of the kinds of roles that a policy management framework can play: as an authorization service in grid computing environments, as a distributed policy… CONTINUE READING

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