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C(Cα(s,o)→ECα(s,o)) → (Cα(s,o)→CCα(s,o)) ├ C(Cα(s,o)→ECα(s,o)) (Cα(s,o)→CCα(s,o)) Demonstration of formulas 3, 4, 6, 7 and 9 is made in a similar way to the previous ones. On the other hand, by using axioms and derivation rules, we can prove the negative introspection for C in the control rule of access to reading. The negative introspection corresponds to axiom 5 which identifies the S5 system. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. ├ ¬Ki ¬Cα(s,o)→Ki ¬Ki ¬Cα(s,o) ├ Cα(s,o) → Ki Cα(s,o) ├ ¬Ki ¬ Cα(s,o)→Ki ¬Ki Cα(s,o) ├ Ki ¬Ki ¬Cα(s,o)→Ki ¬Ki ¬Ki Cα(s,o) ├ ¬Ki ¬Cα(s,o)→Ki ¬Ki ¬Ki Cα(s,o) ├ Ki ¬Ki ¬Ki Cα(s,o)→Ki Cα(s,o) ├ ¬Ki ¬Cα(s,o)→Ki Cα(s,o) ├ ¬Ki ¬Cα(s,o) ├ ¬Cα(s,o)→Ki ¬Cα(s,o) ├ C(¬Cα(s,o)→ Ki ¬Cα(s,o)) ├ C(¬Cα(s,o)→ Ki ¬Cα(s,o))→ (¬Cα(s,o)→C(¬Cα(s,o)) ├ ¬Cα(s,o)→ C¬Cα(s,o) Constructions that represent the rules of a Commercial model are shown in the following lines from the point of view of the approach to evaluate rules in heterogeneous domains.
Object access: Access to ﬁle system and objects of the registry. It provides an easy to use tool to register changes in sensible ﬁles. com/en/US/products/ps6241/ 22 R. Basagoiti et al. – Policy changes: Changes in the access policy and some other modiﬁcations. – Privilege use: Windows allows to deﬁne granular permissions to carry out speciﬁc tasks. – Process tracking: It generates detailed information about when a process starts and ﬁnishes or when the programs are activated. – System events: It registers information that aﬀects the integrity of the system.
Tpi. i-th transformation procedure y ∈ Τ. cdij. j-th set of restricted data y ∈ Λ. sk. k-th subject. sk(tpi). Subject i has the transformation procedure tpi associated. The cdij is asigned to the list of transformation procedures tpi. -Cβ(sk,cdij)→Eβ(sk,cdij) Access to reading, writing or both, depends on the transformation procedures associated to the subject. Here is only shown the access to reading in expression 2, considering all formulas are the same. The expressions 3, 4 and 5 are in terms of knowledge, this, represented by the modal operators K, C and E, which indicate knowledge, common knowledge and knowledge of all the agents in the context, respectively.