A Fuzzy Logic Based Approach to Support Users Self Control of Their Private Contextual Data Retrieval
In context aware applications such as location based, m-health care, and m-business applications, it is expected that a huge amount of users context information will be collected, which threatens their privacy concerns. Users consent is a mandatory requirement of users privacy support. Increasingly, it seems clear that user consent decision implies the consideration of a number of factors. These factors vary in their impact on the user consent from one situation to another and from a user to another. In this paper, we propose a consent provider model that considers a number of factors influencing users consent, modeling their impact and evaluating their roles in the consent decision process based on fuzzy logic reasoning. Increasingly, we define a new data set called “contextual privacy attributes” which is associated with each user contextual data, and corresponds to influencing factors. We have prototyped the proposed consent provider model and integrated it into the real time UMTS mobile information and entertainment services (MIES) platform hosted at the university campus.
Eldin, Amr Ali and Wagenaar, Rene, "A Fuzzy Logic Based Approach to Support Users Self Control of Their Private Contextual Data Retrieval" (2004). ECIS 2004 Proceedings. 32.