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Multilevel Security Control in Multidatabase Systems

Country : Singapore
Department : Singapore Management University
Project Title : Multilevel Security Control in Multidatabase Systems
Researcher : OOI, Beng-Chin , LU, Hongjun , Hwee Hwa PANG,
Keyword : Computer Sciences , Databases and Information Systems
Publisher : Institutional Knowledge at Singapore Management University
Year End : 1991
Identifier : https://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/sis_research/2872
Source : Research Collection School Of Computing and Information Systems
Abstract / Description :

A multidatabase system (MDBS) is a system that supports interoperability among its component database systems (DBS), autonomously managed by component database management systems (DBMS). The authors propose a security control mechanism for MDBS based on multilevel security concept. The proposed security control mechanism provides the database administrators or security control officials of the MDBS and its component DBS with richer facilities for defining security constraints on the data items to be shared by the multidatabase system users. Furthermore, the security control mechanism can be implemented as a stand-alone front-end of component database systems so that it can be easily integrated into or decoupled from the MDBS

References

OOI, Beng-Chin,LU, Hongjun and Hwee Hwa PANG,. (1991). Multilevel Security Control in Multidatabase Systems.  Singapore: Singapore Management University.
OOI, Beng-Chin,LU, Hongjun and Hwee Hwa PANG,. 1991. "Multilevel Security Control in Multidatabase Systems".  Singapore: Singapore Management University.
OOI, Beng-Chin,LU, Hongjun and Hwee Hwa PANG,. "Multilevel Security Control in Multidatabase Systems."  Singapore: Singapore Management University, 1991. Print.
OOI, Beng-Chin,LU, Hongjun and Hwee Hwa PANG,. Multilevel Security Control in Multidatabase Systems. Singapore: Singapore Management University; 1991.

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