Elsharnouby, Tamer | 1 Dec 09:09 2006
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[NetCri07] Submission deadline extension

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Paper submission deadline extended to December 7th.

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                                Call for Papers
                                   NetCri 07

                         The First International Workshop on
                Research Challenges in Next Generation  Networks for
                   First Responders and Critical Infrastructures

                       http://www.cs.umd.edu/~sharno/NetCri07 <http://www.cs.umd.edu/~sharno/NetCri07> 

                            In Conjunction with

              IEEE IPCCC 2007, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 11-13
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As advances in pervasive computing, wireless communication and sensor
networks continue, more opportunities are open to first responders and
critical infrastructures to benefit from these technologies. Providing
first responders with the best possible technology, infrastructure and
services help save the lives of the general public and the  first
responders as well. One of the main challenges to the operations of first
responders and critical infrastructures is to deploy a communication
network that is dependable, secure, and rapidly deployable. In order to
operate effectively, the deployed network supports services such as
location determination, audio and video communication, and in site and
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| 6 Dec 08:47 2006

Questions about policy rule's ldap direct ory mapping

Hi all,
In rfc3703(Policy Core LDAP Schema), there is a policy rule Rule1 with one rule-specific condition CA and
one rule-specific action AB as following:
                    +-----+
                    |Rule1|
                    |        |
              +---|-      -|--------+
              |     +-----+          |
              |      *      *           |
              |      *      *           |
              |    ***     ****        |
              |    *           *        |
              v   *           *       v
            +--------+   +--------+
            | CA+ca  |   | AB+ab  |
            +--------+   +--------+
                          +--------------------------------+
                          |LEGEND:                           |
                          |  ***** DIT containment       |
                          |    +   auxiliary attachment  |
                          |  ----> DN reference           |
                          +--------------------------------+
In the above, ca and ab are auxiliary classes which represent policy condtion and policy action
seperately, and, CA and AB are structual classes which represent associations between Rule1 and ca, and
between Rule1 and ab. 

Could anyone tell me what's the Policy Object Hierarchy in ldap directory for the example above?
Especialy, how CA+ca is represented?

Thanks in advance!
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| 6 Dec 14:55 2006

Questions about policy rule's ldap direct ory mapping

Hi all,
In rfc3703(Policy Core LDAP Schema), there is a policy rule Rule1 with one rule-specific condition CA and
one rule-specific action AB as following:
                    +-----+
                    |Rule1|
                    |     |
              +-----|-   -|-----+
              |     +-----+     |
              |       * *       |
              |       * *       |
              |    **** ****    |
              |    *       *    |
              v    *       *    v
            +--------+   +--------+
            | CA+ca  |   | AB+ab  |
            +--------+   +--------+
                          +------------------------------+
                          |LEGEND:                       |
                          |  ***** DIT containment       |
                          |    +   auxiliary attachment  |
                          |  ----> DN reference          |
                          +------------------------------+
In the above, ca and ab are auxiliary classes which represent policy condtion and policy action
seperately, and, CA and AB are structual classes which represent associations between Rule1 and ca, and
between Rule1 and ab. 

Could anyone tell me what's the Policy Object Hierarchy in ldap directory for the example above?
Especialy, how CA+ca is represented?

Thanks in advance!
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