Task-role-based workflow authorization model and its implementation in emergency command system of water traffic
Yuankui Li, Yingjun Zhang, Feixiang Zhu, Jiandao Liu
Navigation College, Dalian Maritime University, Linghai Rd. 1, Dalian, China
Water traffic plays an irreplaceable role in modern traffic as accomplishing heavy transport task in low cost, but the emergency frequency brings serious challenge to ensure safety and rescuing in water. At the same time, the safety supervision departments at all levels lack of modern technical means for prevention and action to emergency, so an emergency command system not only for safety supervision and risk early-warning in normal state, but also for quick response and scientific decision for emergency must be built. In this paper, by the use of the task-role-based workflow authorization model, an emergency command module is realized, which key technology is permission assignment. It accomplishes 7 tasks by 4 roles, besides, by the definition of user, role and task and constrains of relationship among them, and take use of delegation technology and right transmission between roles, emergency command process can executed methodically with high quality and clear target according to emergency plan.