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hello everyone,

I'm developing an access control application. access is permitted depending on user's context.

I am looking for a context simulator. all I found was Siafu and I couldn't run it. I checked their paper and tutorial but I still don't know how to get around it and how to get any of their simulations to work:(

has anyone used Siafu before? if so, can you please give me the main point of its structure and how they relate and how to get it to work.

Also, does any one know of a simple context simulator other than Siafu?

Your help is greatly appreciated.

Thank you..
 
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