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To date, the vast majority of access control research and development
has been on gathering, managing, and exchanging information about
users. But an equally important component which has yet to be fully
developed is the Policy Decision Point - the system that decides
whether an access request should be granted given certain attributes
of the requestor. This paper describes the research and implementation
of a new PDP system for an undergraduate honors project. This PDP
system employs three unique features which differentiate it from
existing technology: collaboration capabilities, trusted management,
and interoperability with other access control systems. Security
considerations and future research areas are also discussed.
Senior Honors Thesis. Advisor: Ed Feustel
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Geoffrey H. Stowe, "A Secure Network Node Approach to the Policy Decision Point in Distributed Access Control." Dartmouth Computer Science Technical Report TR2004-502, June 2004.
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