Web rules to interchange policies

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Date created: 
2007
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School of Interactive Arts & Technology - Simon Fraser University
Keywords: 
Web Rule Languages, Policy Interchange, Policy Languages, Rule Markup Language, RIF, R2ML, REWERSE Rule Markup Language
Abstract: 

Web rule languages with supports for different types of rules have recently emerged to make interaction between parties with different policies and business rules possible. The chance of describing the resources and users of a domain through the use of vocabularies is another feature supported by Web rule languages. Combination of these two properties makes Web rule languages an appropriate medium to make a hybrid model of representing both context and rules of a policy-aware system. This dissertation demonstrates the author’s (and his colleague’s) try to solve the problem of exchanging information between different registries and policy-aware systems (especially Web resources) by defining an interchange framework to transform business rules and concepts from one language to another using a third intermediary language called REWERSE Rule Markup Language (R2ML).

Thesis type: 
Thesis (M.Sc.)
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English
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Thesis
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