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Prasanna Anjaneyulu Anna N.K.,Institute of Public Enterprise
Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology | Year: 2010

The Semantic Web aims at enabling sophisticated and autonomic machine to machine interactions without human intervention, by providing machines not only with data but also with its meaning (semantics). In the Semantic Web, any two strangers can interact with each other automatically and therefore this assumption does not hold. In this setting, traditional security mechanisms are not suitable anymore. Hence, a semantically enriched process is required in order to regulate an automatic access to sensitive information. Policy-based access control provides sophisticated means in order to support protecting sensitive resources and information disclosure. This paper provides an introduction to policy-based security and privacy protection, by analyzing several existing policy languages. Furthermore, it shows how these languages can be used in a number of Semantic Web scenarios. © 2005 - 2010 JATIT & LLS. All rights reserved.


Ganesh K.,nsey Knowledge Center India Pvt. Ltd | Punniyamoorthy M.,National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli | Resmi A.T.,Institute of Public Enterprise
Procedia Engineering | Year: 2012

Knowledge Management (KM) is all about the ability of organisations to leverage the intellectual assets quickly and accurately. Need is allied with change. The need assessment approach provides an evidence based assessment of what knowledge components should be focused or targeted in knowledge management solution. This paper highlights on importance of the need assessment of organization towards the Knowledge Management (KM) solution and a need assessment approach has been developed to access the need of knowledge components before the adoption of KM. The need assessment approach helps the organization to develop KM strategies that linked to its business strategies. A need assessment framework and approach for KM has been devised for a case study of textile machinery manufacturing organization and it is also generalized for typical manufacturing industry of India. © 2012 Published by Elsevier Ltd.


Prasanna N.K.,Institute of Public Enterprise | Anna A.,Andhra University | Shasi M.,Institute of Public Enterprise
Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology | Year: 2010

The field of economy and finance is a conceptually rich domain where information is complex, huge in volume and a highly valuable business product by itself. Novel management techniques are required for economic and financial information in order to enable an effective generation, gathering, integration, management and consumption of complex and big volumes of rich information. While the information integration problem is common to all business areas, it becomes apparent in the financial area, where information coming from multiple sources has to be homogenized in order to facilitate analysis and to provide a uniform view of the business e.g. via a balance scorecard. In addition, financial information is subject to official supervision e.g. by central banks. As a consequence, the required information has to be obtained, homogenized following the supervisor rules, and validated, guaranteeing its quality. In this paper, we present part of our experience in the use of semantic Web technologies for the management of economic and financial information and the problems encountered. In addition, we briefly introduce XBRL, a language that has gained a big momentum for business reporting, and compare the paths followed by the XBRL community and the semantic Web community. © 2005 - 2010 JATIT & LLS. All rights reserved.


Janaki Krishna P.S.,Institute of Public Enterprise | Rao M.L.N.,Institute of Public Enterprise | Anji Raju V.,Institute of Public Enterprise | Mishra R.K.,Institute of Public Enterprise
Asian Biotechnology and Development Review | Year: 2010

The "Interactive Bottom Up" (IBU) approach builds on the insights gained in agricultural development studies, technology assessment and in studies on innovation processes. It is consciously directed at creating learning processes between the various actors on the possibilities and constraints of a technological innovation and application. The paper attempts to elucidate the experiences of using this unique approach in the biotechnology programme supported by the Netherlands. In this programme using 'IBU' process the end-user is consulted and considered first before conceptualisation of the programme. The programme focused on two typical dryland districts of Andhra Pradesh, India. The present paper also emphasizes on biotechnology development in a way designed to bring the benefits of this modern science directly to bear on poverty alleviation and food security. Dovetailing the experiences of the programme the paper examines how it is possible to implement an international technical cooperation programme in a unique manner while combining research with development dimension. The paper also elucidates about how 'IBU' helped in capacity building in biotechnology and developing new transdisciplinary professionalism. © 2010, RIS.

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