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An implementation of access control using a salient feature of primes

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A method of implementing access control for computer resources is presented, along with examples and possible enhancements. An appropriate application for such resource control can be found in computer operating systems. Thus, the need for resource control is described first, followed by descriptions of some common implementations and the impetus for their development. In light of this discussion, the alternative implementation proposed is presented, followed by a discussion of what improvements over the classical implementations are offered. This done, a series of possible extensions are presented

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Computer Security Applications Conference, 1991. Proceedings., Seventh Annual

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2-6 Dec 1991

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