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Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Information Processing (ISIP 2009)

Huangshan, China, August 21-23, 2009

Editors: Fei Yu, Jian Shu, and Guangxue Yue

AP Catalog Number: AP-PROC-CS-09CN002

ISBN: 978-952-5726-02-2 (Print), 978-952-5726-03-9 (CD-ROM)

Page(s): 396-399

OSAP: An Ontology-based Secure Access Platform

Shigen Shen, Lihua Ye, and Guangxue Yue

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To ensure that all fixed computers and different mobile devices anywhere can access securely and quickly enterprise's businesses, an Ontology-based Secure Access Platform (OSAP) combining Microsoft Terminal Services technology is presented. Based on a formal definition of an ontology structure, software resource ontology representing the semantic information of software resources is defined. Some corresponded definitions for software resources sharing are defined. To improve performance of the OSAP, the server push model and display command scheduling is applied. A modified form of the Microsoft Point-to-Point Compression protocol is used to perform bulk comppression. To provide the practicability of the OSAP, the low and high security level is used. It has been tested that the OSAP has better performance involving response time, network usage, RAM usage and CPU usage.

Index Terms

Terminal Services, ontology, software resources sharing

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