Owl Ontology Representation Under A Secure Mobile Context
This paper aims to assess ontology representations under a secure mobile applications context. Mobile applications security aspects are defined, identifying the vulnerabilities and threats. Mobile devices limits are presented. Modalities of assuring security process are presented. Cryptographic algorithms are presented. The ontology term is described in the context of evolution that time generated upon it. The main standard language, OWL, is applied for creating an ontology that describes the mobile applications’ security aspects. The need of ontology in security of mobile applications is highlighted at the conclusions’ level of the paper.
Volume (Year): 4 (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 (December)
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