Information Flow (information Theory) - Declassification - What

A what declassification policy controls which information (partial or not) may be released to a publicly observable variable.

The following code example shows a declassify construct from. In this code, the value of the variable h is explicitly allowed by the programmer to flow into the publicly observable variable l.

var l, h if l = 1 then l := declassify(h)

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