data validation

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data validation

[′dad·ə val·ə′dā·shən]
(computer science)
The checking of data for correctness, or the determination of compliance with applicable standards, rules, and conventions.
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The data checking process was aided by information provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence.
It involved 'data checking forms' - containing everything from contact details to medical history - being delivered to the incorrect parents.
Curtmolaetproposed a robust data checking scheme that encodes file blocks by using an error a cloud storage system, where each storage server only stores a number of symbols, and proposed High Availability and Integrity Layer (HAIL) for data availability and integrity check They used Reed-Solomon codes to construct a keyed hash function in HAIL, where the hash function is homomorphic on the same key.
RBI also said it has issued elaborate instructions to all bank managements to do central data checking and its supervisors are carrying out similar exercise on various data points of banks.
To curb corruption the BISP has its internal audit system and proper data checking system and action was taken againt staff involved in malpractices, she said.
this will require travel with one~s own care and with a clean driver~s license consulting the coronial files in coroners~ offices recording the relevant data onto the hrb~s database, either by direct data entry or downloading electronic records, in accordance with ndrdi protocol data coding and direct entry of data collected in the coroners~ service, as appropriate, in accordance with ndrdi protocols data checking and matching.
He said that the process of data checking was carried out smoothly and accurately thanks to the cooperation of government bodies and departments as well as organisations in Sharjah that are strategic partners of the project.
The data checking phase will be accompanied by a comprehensive follow up with all Sharjah residents who have not yet provided their details.
Added to that is the society's rigorous data checking procedure to ensure accurate recording.
However, this data checking results in slower transmission rates.
Improving both the richness of the data held in the NSG and the data checking routines will enable those involved in road works to consult and co-ordinate more effectively, reducing inconvenience and congestion.