Role based access control for the interaction with search engines

Alessandro Bozzon, Tereza Iofciu, Wolfgang Nejdl, Antonio Vincenzo Taddeo, Sascha Tönnies

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Abstract

Search engine-based features are a basic interaction mean for users to find information inside a Web-based Learning Management Systems (LMS); nonetheless, traditional solutions lack in mechanisms for access rights management for data contained in search engines' in- dexes. This paper explores the integration of a Role Based Access Control (RBAC) mechanism for the interaction with a search engine in a Web- based LMS. We first outline a reference conceptual model for the design of Web-based LMSs exploiting RBAC by means of WebML, a visual modeling language for the high-level specification of data-intensive Web applications. Then, we propose a model-driven approach for the definition of a RBAC-driven interaction between users and search engines, extending WebML with new modeling primitives and outlining significative modeling patterns for the specification of the visibility and action access control levels.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)24-33
Number of pages10
JournalCEUR Workshop Proceedings
Volume309
Publication statusPublished - 2007
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • Access control modeling
  • Index modeling
  • Search engine design
  • Web engineering

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    Bozzon, A., Iofciu, T., Nejdl, W., Taddeo, A. V., & Tönnies, S. (2007). Role based access control for the interaction with search engines. CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 309, 24-33.