This paper aims to present an architectural model designed to manage the information related to a multi-functional structure offering various types of services through an access control framework. It describes several implementation details of our prototype focusing on the emerging technologies based on radio frequency identification approaches exploited to reveal the presence of customers inside a multi-functional area.

Ubezio, L., Valle, E., & Raibulet, C. (2008). Management of Multi-services Structures Through an Access Control Framework. In Information Systems and e-Business Technologies 2nd International United Information Systems Conference UNISCON 2008 Klagenfurt, Austria, April 22–25, 2008 Proceedings (pp.519-530). Berlin : Springer-Verlag.

Management of multi-services structures through an access control framework

RAIBULET, CLAUDIA
2008

Abstract

This paper aims to present an architectural model designed to manage the information related to a multi-functional structure offering various types of services through an access control framework. It describes several implementation details of our prototype focusing on the emerging technologies based on radio frequency identification approaches exploited to reveal the presence of customers inside a multi-functional area.
paper
multi-service area; software architecture; RFID; adaptivity
English
International United Information Systems Conference UNISCON 2008
978-3-540-78941-3
Ubezio, L., Valle, E., & Raibulet, C. (2008). Management of Multi-services Structures Through an Access Control Framework. In Information Systems and e-Business Technologies 2nd International United Information Systems Conference UNISCON 2008 Klagenfurt, Austria, April 22–25, 2008 Proceedings (pp.519-530). Berlin : Springer-Verlag.
Ubezio, L; Valle, E; Raibulet, C
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