Advances in Databases and Information Systems: 6th East by Paolo Atzeni (auth.), Yannis Manolopoulos, Pavol Návrat

By Paolo Atzeni (auth.), Yannis Manolopoulos, Pavol Návrat (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the sixth East eu convention on Advances in Databases and data structures ADBIS 2002, held in Bratislava, Slovakia in September 2002.
The 25 revised complete papers and four brief papers awarded including three invited papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a hundred and fifteen submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on facts mining and data discovery, cellular databases, spatiotemporal and spatial databases, multidimensional databases and knowledge platforms, object-oriented and deductive databases, info modeling and workfows, internet databases and semistructured facts, and complicated platforms and applications.

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Existing service description directories like the UDDI Repository [1] could be used to discover external, non-cooperative service providers. To find services matching a complex service definition, additional effort has to be taken. The ISEE [13] system shows how e–service constraints can be used to match suitable service instances. In medical information systems, even Infrastructure for Information Spaces 35 instances of long–running patient treatment processes have to be continuously updated to the most recent process template definition so as to provide up-todate treatment knowledge.

Consequently, the comparisons to C need to be performed on plaintext data. Assuming that no information shall be revealed to the service provider, this can only be done at the customer’s site or with the help of a secure coprocessor. ,  1n ) = ∑ d 1i ⋅ d 2i i =1  d 21   d 2 n  d 1i outstanding loan i in Period P, d 2 i interest rate for loan i. Each pair  d 11  is enciphered with the RSA homomorphism, the multiplication is d   21  done at the server site and the decrypted result is encrypted with the R-additive homomorphism at the customer site.

With the data management completely shifted to the central facility, transforming sensitive information must then take place at the (untrusted) server location. The deployment of hardware support seems to be inevitable in this case. 6 Conclusions The purpose of this paper is twofold. On the one hand, we would like to convey to the reader that the current state of security and privacy in net-based services is unsatisfactory. At this point, most services run on the basis of the trust. While there may often be good reasons to trust the service provider, this may not always be the case.

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