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Abramowicz Witold (Poznań University of Economics, Poland), Filipowska Agata (Poznań University of Economics, Poland), Dzikowski Jakub (Poznań University of Economics, Poland), Kalisz Paweł (Poznań University of Economics, Poland), Małyszko Jacek (Poznań University of Economics, Poland), Werno Łukasz (Poznań University of Economics, Poland)
EGO - Where User Modeling Meets Identity Management
EGO - na pograniczu modelowania użytkownika i zarządzania tożsamością
Prace Naukowe Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego we Wrocławiu. Informatyka Ekonomiczna (18), 2010, nr 119, s. 11-20, rys., bibliogr. 27 poz.
Research Papers of Wrocław University of Economics. Business Informatics
Issue title
Systemy informacyjne w zarządzaniu. Zastosowania praktyczne
Zarządzanie tożsamością
Single Sign-On (SSO)
streszcz., summ.
Obecne systemy zarządzania tożsamością oraz systemy modelujące użytkownika, pomimo podobnego celu - reprezentacji użytkownika oraz wspierania go w określonych czynnościach - obejmują całkowicie różne aspekty aktywności użytkownika. W artykule przedstawiono wymagania dla systemu łączącego zalety zarządzania tożsamością oraz modelowania użytkownika, tworzącego ewoluujące w czasie, uniwersalne modele użytkownika, ułatwiające personalizację w sieci. Opisano wymagania funkcjonalne dla takiego systemu, jego architekturę oraz cykl życia wirtualnej tożsamości użytkownika.(abstrakt oryginalny)

Current identity management and user modeling systems suffer from certain limitations. Although, theoretically, they have similar goals: to represent a user and to support him while carrying out certain activities, there is a clear gap between them in means of aspects of users' activity, which they represent. This paper addresses this issue, proposing a system, which aims at incorporating strengths of both types of systems to provide a single, unified method of representation of users in the Web. Description of the system includes functional analysis, system architecture, identity life cycle scheme and more.(original abstract)
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