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Telecommunications and Radio Engineering

DOI: 10.1615/TelecomRadEng.v72.i12.40
pages 1073-1080

MODELING INFORMATION PROCESSES IN THE PROBLEM DOMAIN OF THE INFORMATION ANALYSIS SYSTEM FOR SUPPORTING TECHNICAL PROTECTION OF INFORMATION SOLUTIONS USING THE THEORY OF SETS1. PART 2

S. A. Golovin
State Research Testing Institute of Problems of Technical Protection of Information, Federal Service on Technical and Export Control, Voronezh, Russian Federation
S. V. Zhilinskii
Federal State Scientific-Research Testing Institute of Problems of Technical Protection of Information, Federal Service on Technical and Export Control, Voronezh, Russian Federation

RÉSUMÉ

A formalized description of information processes in the problem domain of the information analysis system for supporting technical protection of information solutions is made. It is proposed to identify four levels of information processes description: functional, functional information, information technological, and technological. The proposed option of description allows justifying the set of the system automated functions, information demands of its structural elements, the information sources, the output document forms and content, the requirements to the composition and characteristics of the information transformation problems and the data processing procedures and, ultimately, the requirements to the distributed database being the core of the system information support.

RÉFÉRENCES

  1. Golovin, S. A. and Zhilinskii, S. V. , Modeling information processes in the problem domain of the information analysis system for supporting technical protection of information solutions using the theory of sets, Part 1.

  2. Kulba, V. V., Kovalevsky, S. S., Kosyachenko, S. A., and Sirotyuk, V. O. , Theoretical Bases of Design of Optimal Distributed Database Structures.

  3. Kuznetsov, N. A., Kulba, V. V., Kovalevsky, S. S., and Kosyachenko, S. A. , Methods of Analysis and Synthesis of Modular Information Management Systems.


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