# Algebraic K-theory. Proc. Oberwolfach 1980 by R. Keith Dennis

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Huang and H. Kirchner 15. : Towards security and privacy for pervasive computing. , Yonezawa, A. ) ISSS 2002. LNCS, vol. 2609, pp. 1–15. Springer, Heidelberg (2003) 16. : Analyzing consistency of security policies. In: IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, pp. 103–112 (1997) 17. : Towards a methodology for modeling with Petri nets. In: Proc. Workshop on Practical Use of Coloured Petri Nets (CPN 2004), pp. 39–56 (2004) 18. : Rewrite based specification of access control policies. , Escobar, S.

Termination) Let a security policy be specified with a CPNP B = (CPN, pe , p x ). The policy B is terminating (or strongly terminating) iﬀ B has no infinite firing sequences. B is said weakly terminating iﬀ B has at least one finite firing sequence. If B terminates with an exit marking M x = M0 + p x , B is called properly terminating. If B is weakly terminating, it may have infinite firing sequence(s) but must terminate in some cases (see Fig 2). Strong termination requires that the policy always terminates with a finite number of firing steps; while properly terminating requires the policy to terminate (strongly or weakly) and to reach a special exit state.

BCS (2008) 44. : Petri nets: Properties, analysis, and applications. Proceedings of IEEE 77(4), 541–580 (1985) 45. : R´ee´ criture et modularit´e pour les politiques de s´ecurit´e. PhD thesis, UHP Nancy 1 (2008) 46. : A role-based access control policy verification framework for real-time systems. In: Proceedings of the 10th IEEE International Workshop on Object-Oriented Real-Time Dependable Systems (2005) 47. : Role-based access control models. IEEE Computer 29(2), 38–47 (1996) 48. : Rewriting logic as a unifying framework for Petri nets.