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Re: towards trusting the semantic web RE: Spamming a URI

From: Graham Klyne <GK@ninebynine.org>
Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2004 18:01:40 +0100
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At 15:05 27/09/04 +0100, Graham Klyne wrote:
>[5] http://secure.dsg.cs.tcd.ie/
>I hope to post some notes of my own about this work in the not-too-distant 
>future.  I note they have also done some work on proof carrying assertions

Ooops, I didn't finish that sentence before hitting "send"...  I meant to say:

I note they have also done some work on proof carrying assertions related 
to their work on trust evaluation, which I feel might be of interest to the 
W3C web-of-trust vision, beyond making standard access control type decisions.

(As well as saying "Here is why I am authorized to access your web 
site...", one might also convey something like "Here is why you should 
trust me to access your web site ...".)

The particular work I have learned of focuses on conveying that some 
indicated partial information is sufficient basis to arrive at the same 
conclusion as one would obtain if total information were available.


Graham Klyne
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