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Roscheisen, Martin

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Works: 7 works in 10 publications in 2 languages and 25 library holdings
Classifications: QA76.952,
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Most widely held works by Martin Roscheisen
Grassroots : a system providing a uniform framework for communicating, structuring, sharing information, and organizing people by Kenichi Kamiya ( Book )
2 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Abstract: "People keep pieces of information in diverse collections such as folders, hotlists, e-mail inboxes, newsgroups, and mailing lists. These collections mediate various types of collaborations including communicating, structuring, sharing information, and organizing people. Grassroots is a system that provides a uniform framework to support people's collaborative activities mediated by collections of information. The system seamlessly integrates functionalities currently found in such disparate systems as e-mail, newsgroups, shared hotlists, hierarchical indexes, hypermail, etc. Grassroots co-exists with these systems in that its users benefit from the uniform image provided by Grassroots, but other people can continue using other mechanisms, and Grassroots leverages from them. The current Grassroots prototype is based on an http-proxy implementation, and can be used with any Web browser. In the context of the design of a next-generation version of the Web, Grassroots demonstrates the utility of a uniform notification infrastructure."
A network-centric design for relationship-based rights management by Martin Roscheisen ( Book )
2 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Abstract: "Networked environments such as the Internet provide a new platform for communication and information access. In this thesis, we address the question of how to articulate and enforce boundaries of control on top of this platform, while enabling collaboration and sharing in a peer-to-peer environment. We develop the concepts and technologies for a new Internet service layer, called FIRM, that enables structured rights/relationship management. Using a prototpye implementation, RManage, we show how FIRM makes it possible to unify rights/relationship management from a user-centered perspective and to support full end-to-end integration of shared control state in network services and users' client applications. We present a network-centric architecture for managing control information, which generalizes previous, client/server-based models to a peer-to-peer environment. Principles and concepts from contract law are used to identify a generic way of representing the shared structure of different kinds of relationships."
Shared Web annotations as a platform for third-party value- added, information providers : architecture, protocols, and usage examples by Martin Roscheisen ( Book )
2 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Abstract: "In this paper, we present an architecture, called 'ComMentor', which provides a platform for third-party providers of lightweight super-structures to material provided by conventional content providers. It enables people to share structured in-place annotations about arbitrary on-line documents. The system is part of a general 'virtual document' architecture ('PCD BRIO') in which -- with the help of lightweight distributed meta information -- documents are dynamically synthesized from distributed sources depending on the user context and the meta-information which has been attached to them. The meta-information is managed independently of the documents themselves on separate meta- information servers, both in terms of storage and authority. A wide range of useful scenarios can be readily realized on this platform. We give examples of how a more personalized content presentation can be achieved by leveraging the database storage of the uniform meta-information and generating documents dynamically for a particular user perspective. These include structured discussion about paper drafts, collaborative filtering, seals of approval, tours, shared 'hotlists' with section-based visibility control, usage indicators, co-presence, and value-added trails. Our object model and request interface for the prototype implementation are defined in technical detail in the appendix."
Incorporating prior knowledge in parsimonious networks of locally tuned units by Reiner Hofmann ( Book )
1 edition published in 1991 in German and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The Stanford InfoBus and its service layers: augmenting the Internet with higher-level information management protocols by Stanford University ( Book )
1 edition published in 1998 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Content Ratings, and Other Third-Party Value-Added Information: Defining an Enabling Platform by Stanford University ( Book )
1 edition published in 1997 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This paper describes the ComMentor annotation architecture and its usages, with a specific emphasis on the content rating application
A Communication Agreement Framework of Access Control by Stanford University ( Book )
1 edition published in 1997 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
We introduce a framework of access control which shifts the emphasis from the participants to their relationship. The framework is based on a communication model in which participants negotiate the mutually agreed-upon boundary conditions of their relationship in compact "communication pacts, " called "commpacts." Commpacts can be seen as a third fundamental type next to access-control lists (ACLs) and capabilities. We argue that in current networked environments characterized by multiple authorities and "trusted proxies, " this model provides an encapsulation for interdependent authorization policies, which reduces the negotiation complexity of general (user- and content-dependent) distributed access control and provides a clear user-conceptual metaphor; it also generalizes work in electronic contracting and embeds naturally into the existing legal and institutional infrastructure. The framework is intended to provide a language enabling a social mechanism of coordinated expectation
 
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English (9)
German (1)