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Medusa - Framework for secure peer-to-peer sharing of topic-map based knowledge

Paper, veröffentlicht von Bernd Brügge, Patrick Renner, Markus Straßberger und Martin Adamski am 22.11.2004

This paper introduces a framework for the secure sharing of digital information.

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In this paper we introduce a framework for the secure sharing of digital information in a natural and flexible way, following well established work processes. Topic maps are used as a generic data model to organize and exchange domain knowledge. The framework packages information in a way so that it can be delivered securely, for communication and data exchange it implements a peer-to-peer approach. Scenarios in the area of public health care were analyzed to evaluate the benefit of the framework. A prototype application based on the proposed framework was developed that handles semantically enriched and restricted medical information of patients and manages fine grained access for physicians.

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Bernd Brügge

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