data chain

data chain

[′dad·ə ‚chān]
(computer science)
Any combination of two or more data elements, data items, data codes, and data abbreviations in a prescribed sequence to yield meaningful information; for example, “date” consists of data elements year, month, and day.
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ICOx enables brands to provide additional payment options at lower costs while owning more of the transactional data chain and driving new models for customer loyalty.
With a cellular network model, you are automatically introducing people outside of the company into the data chain. You'd be hard-pressed to find any company today that wouldn't have concerns about allowing its data to be situated in a place where an outsider might have even the slightest chance of looking at it.
The solution is an entire system landscape that consists of modular components, fully integrated with third-party systems to ensure complete interoperability along the digital aeronautical data chain.
"By allowing sites to see these critical activities together, SMART eliminates cumbersome reconciliation steps and rework, creating tangible value in efficiency, quality and compliance along the data chain of custody."
This research is expected to produce a certain algorithm to encrypt the XML structure, so as to improve the security of the data chain of custody.
"We have steadily broadened our solutions to drive better overall business intelligence from every point in the data chain," said Ray Melissa, its CEO, in a statement.
The data chain for the Carrefour test involves the hatchery, producer,and the processor who feed information to blockchain database that is later passed on to the consumer.
This effort should start by looking at well-documented, well-understood sources (many organizations have an MDM tool, for example) and working up the data chain to find increasingly less well-governed applications and sources such as CRMs, ERPs, and data lakes.
In Figure 15, when sensor S fails, the error will transfer along the data chain; thus, the data processing module will be influenced; once the data processing module fails, no matter how it fails (it fails by itself or affected by the failure of the sensor), the error will transfer along the data chain continuously and will make influence on graphic processing module; similarly, the graphic processing module and display device will be influenced by the transferred errors; finally, the cockpit display function will be influenced.
These keep printers and data safe through every part of the data chain including print, copy, scan, fax, file downloads and system software.
Definition 7 (DPC (composition discrete privacy data chain)).

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