By Narain Gehani, H. V. Jagadish, O. Shmueli (auth.), Nabil R. Adam, Bharat K. Bhargava (eds.)
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It allows writes to an II The nodes shown in italics correspond to authorization objects representing a set of objects of the next lower level. 4. D I S C R E T I O N A R Y A C C E S S C O N T R O L 27 System l Database Class 1 Set@instances Instance Seto]-Attribute- Values 1 Attribute-Value F i g u r e 2,3: A n e x a m p l e of an a u t h o r i z a t i o n o b j e c t s c h e m a object. It is considered for completeness purposes in the implication rules based on access modes. 9 Read (R) to read an object.
The two m a j o r cases of the algorithm correspond to whether or not 91 is a primitive message. Cases (1) through (4) in Figure 1 deal with non-primitive messages sent between two objects, say ol and 02. In case (1), the sender and the receiver are at the same level. T h e message and the reply are allowed to pass. T h e rlevel of t2 will be the same as t h a t of tl. Note t h a t rlevel is a property of a m e t h o d invocation, rather than a p r o p e r t y of an object. We will explain the significance of rlevel shortly.
Setof-insta~ instance[l] instance instance 1 attribute-value[authors] attribute-value[object] ...... 4: A n e x a m p l e of an a u t h o r i z a t i o n object lattice implication relationship, access modes form a lattice named a u t h o r i z a t i o n type lattice ( A T L ) . 6. A link directed from node ai to node aj indicates that access mode ai implies access mode aj. A partially ordered relationship (~) is therefore defined on the access modes: Given two access modes a~ and a j: a~ > aj if an implication link exists directed from ai to aj in the access mode lattice; ai ~ aj if ai = aj or ai > aj or there exist access modes al, a 2 , .
Advanced Database Systems by Narain Gehani, H. V. Jagadish, O. Shmueli (auth.), Nabil R. Adam, Bharat K. Bhargava (eds.)