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Papers and Talks

Robust Composition:
Towards a Unified Approach to Access Control and Concurrency Control
Mark S. Miller MarkM's dissertation. Explains the rationale, philosophy, and goals of E and related systems. Supersedes Paradigm Regained, Concurrency Among Strangers, and The Structure of Authority.
Authorization-Based Access Control for the Services Oriented Architecture Alan Karp  
Capability-based Financial Instruments Mark S. Miller, Chip Morningstar, Bill Frantz Also known as "An Ode to the Granovetter Diagram"
Credit transfer within market-based resource allocation infrastructure Tyler Close  
Polaris:
Virus Safe Computing for Windows XP
Marc Stiegler, Alan Karp, Ka-Ping Yee, Mark S. Miller  

User Interaction Design for Secure Systems

Ka-Ping Yee  
Capability Myths Demolished Mark S. Miller, Ka-Ping Yee, Jonathan Shapiro A brief history of how capabilities have been misunderstood, and sets the record straight.
A Security Analysis of the Combex DarpaBrowser Architecure David Wagner, E. Dean Tribble  
A Capability Based Client:
The DarpaBrowser
Marc Stiegler, Mark S. Miller  
Institutions as Abstraction Boundaries:
Negotiated Categories and the Self-Reorganization of the Market Order
Bill Tulloh, Mark S. Miller  
The Digital Path:
Smart Contracts and the Third World
Mark S. Miller, Marc Stiegler  
72 Hours to DonutLab
A PlanetLab with No Center
Marc Stiegler, Mark S. Miller, Terry Stanley  
Auditors:
An Extensible, Dynamic Code Verification Mechanism
Ka-Ping Yee, Mark S. Miller  
The Agoric Papers Mark S. Miller, K. Eric Drexler  
Paradigm Regained:
Abstraction Mechanisms for Access Control
Mark S. Miller, Jonathan Shapiro Superseded by Robust Composition.
The Structure of Authority:
Why security is not a separable concern
Mark S. Miller, Bill Tulloh, Jonathan Shapiro Superseded by Robust Composition.
Concurrency Among Strangers:
Programming in E as Plan Coordination
Mark S. Miller, E. Dean Tribble, Jonathan Shapiro Superseded by Robust Composition.

Talks

The Virus Safe Computing Initiative at HP Labs Alan Karp

Google ABAC Techtalk #1
Powerpoint

Paradigm Regained:
Abstraction Mechanisms for Access Control
Mark S. Miller Google ABAC Techtalk #2
Paper Powerpoint PDF
Core Patterns for Web Permissions Tyler Close Google ABAC Techtalk #3
Powerpoint
From Desktops to Donuts:
An ABAC EcoSystem
Marc Stiegler Google ABAC Techtalk #4
Powerpoint

E Fundamentals:
A class given by Marc Stiegler at HP
Marc Stiegler  
Computer Security as the Future of Law Mark S. Miller  
Smart Contracts:
Six steps to trans-jurisdictional electronic commerce
Mark S. Miller  
Building a Virus-Safe Computing Platform
Don't Add Security, Remove Insecurity
Mark S. Miller  
Immunity from Viruses: Safety from Geeks Bearing Gifts Mark S. Miller  
The SkyNet Virus:
Why it is Unstoppable; How to Stop it
Marc Stiegler  
A presentation on CapTP for the OMG Mark S. Miller, Marc Stiegler  
Uni-Tea:
Towards a unified, parameterizable model of distributed "object"
Mark S. Miller  
Escape from Multithreaded Hell Stefan Reich  

 
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