Workshop on Rights Management: Suggested Readings

A report from a previous, related workshop:

James R. Davis and Judith L. Klavans.
"Workshop Report: The Technology of Terms and Conditions".

D-Lib Magazine, June 1997.

Core background materials for workshop on April 6:

William Arms,
"Implementing Policies for Access Management."

D-Lib Magazine, February 1998.

H.M. Gladney and J.B. Lotspiech.
"Safeguarding Digital Library Contents and Users".

D-Lib Magazine, May 1997.

Mark Stefik.
"Trusted Systems".

Scientific American, March 1997.

Norman Wiseman.
"Implementing a National Access Management System for Electronic Services: Technology Alone Is Not Enough."

D-Lib Magazine, March 1998.

Related background readings:

William Y. Arms, Christophe Blanchi and Edward A. Overly.
"An Architecture for Information in Digital Libraries".

D-Lib Magazine, February 1997.

Mark Bide.
"In Search of the Unicorn: The Digital Object Identifier from a User Perspective."

A report for the British National Bibliography Research Fund, November 1997.

Cross-Industry Working Team.
"Managing Access to Digital Information: An Approach Based on Digital Objects and Stated Operations".
May 1997

William V. Garrison and Gregory A. McClellan.
"Authentication and Authorization, Part 2. Tao of Gateway: Providing Internet Access to Licensed Databases."
Library Hi Tech, Issue 57-58, Volume 15(1-2), 1997: 39-54 (1997).

Robert Kahn and Robert Wilensky.
"A Framework for Distributed Digital Object Services".
May 1995.

Clifford A. Lynch.
"Authentication and Authorization, Part I. The Changing Role in a Networked Information Environment."
Library Hi Tech, Issue 57-58, Volume 15(1-2), 1997: 30-38.

George Machovec.
"User Authentication and Authorization in a Networked Library Environment: Alliance Issues."

November 1997.Norman Paskin.
"Information Identifiers."

Published in Learned Publishing, Vol 10 No. 2, pp 135-156, April 1997.

Bob Riddle
"The ICAAP Project, Part Two: The Web Architecture."
Library Hi Tech, Issue 57-58, Volume 15(1-2), 1997: 71-78.

Martin Roscheisen and Terry Winograd.
The Stanford FIRM Framework for Interoperable Rights Management.

Forum on Technology-based Intellectual Property Management.
Interactive Media Association, White House Economic Council, and White House Office of Science and Technology.
Washington D.C., 1997.

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