Attribute delegation in ubiquitous environments

TitleAttribute delegation in ubiquitous environments
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2007
AuthorsI. Agudo, J. Lopez, and J. A. Montenegro
Conference Name3rd international conference on Mobile multimedia communications (MobiMedia ’07)
Pagination43:1–43:6
PublisherICST
Conference LocationNafpaktos, Greece
ISBN Number978-963-06-2670-5
Abstract

When delegation is implemented using the attribute certificates in a Privilege Management Infrastructure (PMI), this one reaches a considerable level of distributed functionality. However, the approach is not flexible enough for the requirements of ubiquitous environments. Additionally, the PMI can become a too complex solution for devices such as smartphones and PDAs, where resources are limited. In this work, we solve the previous limitations by defining a second class of attributes, called domain attributes, which are managed directly by users and are not right under the scope of the PMI, thus providing a light solution for constrained devices. The two classes of attributes are related by defining a simple ontology. We also introduce in the paper the concept of Attribute Federation which is responsible for supporting domain attributes and the corresponding ontology.

Citation KeyAgudo2007a
Paper File: 
https://www.nics.uma.es/sites/default/files/papers/Agudo2007a.pdf