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Title: authUML: a three-phased framework to analyze access control specifications in use cases
Authors: Khaled Alghathbar
Wijesekera
Keywords: authUML
Issue Date: 2003
Abstract: Security requirements of a software product need to receive attention throughout its development life cycle. authUML is a framework based on logic programming that analyzes access control requirements in the requirements phase of the life cycle to ensure that they are consistent, complete and conflict-free. The framework is a customized version of Flexible Authorization Framework (FAF) of Jajodia et al. [9] suitable for Unified Modeling Language (UML) based requirement engineering. Our approach analyzes requirements on two levels: Use Cases and the conceptual operations [19]. authUML specifies policies to prevent inconsistent, incomplete and conflicting requirements before the developers proceed to the following phases of the development life cycle.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/15408
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