As you've probably noticed, we've been thinking a lot about Trust Management, the World Wide Web, the eXtensible Markup Language, and Objects a lot lately. Here are some of our public thoughts on those matters...


WWW Papers

  1. Weaving a Web of Trust by Rohit Khare and Adam Rifkin (Security special issue of the World Wide Web Journal, Summer 1997, Volume 2, Number 3, Pages 77-112)
  2. Composing Active Proxies to Extend the Web by Rohit Khare and Adam Rifkin (Presented at the OMG-DARPA Workshop on Compositional Software Architectures, Monterey, California, January 6-8, 1998)
  3. Trust Management on the World Wide Web ( two page version) by Rohit Khare and Adam Rifkin (Presented at the WWW7 Conference in Brisbane, Australia, April 14-18, 1998)
  4. Towards a New Generation of HTTP (Workshop) co-chaired by Rohit Khare, Henrik Frystyk Nielsen, and E. James Whitehead, Jr. (Held at the WWW7 Conference in Brisbane, Australia, April 14-18, 1998)
  5. Understanding Extensibility in HTTP Applications by Rohit Khare and Adam Rifkin (work in very much in progress...)

XML Papers

  1. X Marks the Spot: Using XML to Automate the Web by Rohit Khare and Adam Rifkin (IEEE Internet Computing, July/August 1997, Volume 1, Number 4, Pages 78-87; a slightly revised copy appeared in Japanese in Nikkei Electronics, January 5 1998, Pages 221-234)
  2. The Evolution of Web Documents: The Ascent of XML by Dan Connolly, Rohit Khare and Adam Rifkin (XML special issue of the World Wide Web Journal, Autumn 1997, Volume 2, Number 4, Pages 119-128)
  3. Capturing the State of Distributed Systems with XML by Rohit Khare and Adam Rifkin (XML special issue of the World Wide Web Journal, Autumn 1997, Volume 2, Number 4, Pages 207-218)
  4. XML: The Least You Need to Know ( with examples) by Rohit Khare and Adam Rifkin, presented at Systor in Basel, Switzerland, January 19, 1998, as part of their ongoing CHOOSE-Events (see Systor/CHOOSE-Event: XML for Software Construction)
  5. The Origin of (Document) Species by Rohit Khare and Adam Rifkin (Presented at the WWW7 Conference in Brisbane, Australia, April 14-18, 1998)
  6. YML: Requirements for Interactive Access to HTML and XML Documents by Rohit Khare (Presented at the Future of HTML Workshop, May 4-5, 1998, California)

Vision Papers

  1. What are Munchkins? by Rohit Khare and Adam Rifkin.
  2. Life in a TP by Rohit Khare (IEEE Internet Computing, March/April 1998)

Notes and Links

  1. FoRK mailing list
  2. Distributed Objects mailing list
  3. YML notes by Rohit Khare and Adam Rifkin
  4. XML links by Adam Rifkin
  5. Bean links by Adam Rifkin
  6. Caltech Infospheres Project
  7. Some of Adam's Other Papers

Adam Rifkin and Rohit Khare, May 4, 1998