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Property of data which can be recovered in the event of its destruction through failure of the recording medium, user carelessness, program malfunction, or other mishap.
The ability of a navigation system to inform the user in a timely manner of a latent failure that may cause a hazardous condition.
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integrity (aeronautical data)
A degree of assurance that an aeronautical data and its value has not been lost nor altered since the data origination or authorized amendment (ICAO).
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data integrityThe quality of correctness, completeness, wholeness, soundness and compliance with the intention of the creators of the data. It is achieved by preventing accidental or deliberate but unauthorized insertion, modification or destruction of data in a database. Data integrity is one of the six fundamental components of information security (see Parkerian Hexad). See message integrity.
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