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P3158.1

Standard for Testing and Performance of a Trusted Data Matrix System

This standard specifies performance and test requirements, procedures, and acceptance criteria for a trusted data matrix system. Based on consensus-made requirements, agreements and management tools, a trusted data matrix is a data and resource sharing digital infrastructure to facilitate trusted, secure, transparent, and accountable data sharing, exchanging, circulation and trading among different stakeholders.

Sponsor Committee
C/SABSC - Standards Activities Board Standards Committee
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Status
Active PAR
PAR Approval
2023-02-15

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Computer Society
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Sponsor Committee
C/SABSC - Standards Activities Board Standards Committee
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Working Group
TDM - Trusted Data Matrix
IEEE Program Manager
Jonathan Goldberg
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Working Group Chair
Sha Wei

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P3158

Standard for Trusted Data Matrix System Architecture

The standard specifies the system architecture for a trusted data matrix which includes business, functional, process, and technology requirements. Based on consensus-made requirements, agreements and management tools, the trusted data matrix is a data and resource sharing digital infrastructure to facilitate trusted, secure, transparent and accountable data sharing, exchanging, circulation and trading among different stakeholders.

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