doi: 10.17586/2226-1494-2016-16-6-1091-1095


M. V. Baklanovsky, A. R. Khanov

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For citation: Baklanovsky M.V., Khanov A.R. Dynamic authorization based on the history of events. Scientific and Technical Journal of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, 2016, vol. 16, no. 6, pp. 1091–1095. doi: 10.17586/2226-1494-2016-16-6-1091-1095


The new paradigm in the field of access control systems with fuzzy authorization is proposed. Let there is a set of objects in a single data transmissionnetwork. The goal is to develop dynamic authorization protocol based on correctness of presentation of events (news) occurred earlier in the network. We propose mathematical method that keeps compactly the history of events, neglects more distant and least-significant events, composes and verifies authorization data. The history of events is represented as vectors of numbers. Each vector is multiplied by several stochastic vectors. The result is known that if vectors of events are sparse, then by solving the problem of -optimization they can be restored with high accuracy. Results of experiments for vectors restoring have shown that the greater the number of stochastic vectors is, the better accuracy of restored vectors is observed. It has been established that the largest absolute components are restored earlier. Access control system with the proposed dynamic authorization method enables to compute fuzzy confidence coefficients in networks with frequently changing set of participants, mesh-networks, multi-agent systems. 

Keywords: dynamic authorization, randomized algorithms, access control systems, multi-agent systems, Internet of things

Acknowledgements. We enclose our gratitude for Prof. O.N. Granichin for consultations about randomized algorithms.


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