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Although Requirements at first glance appear to be simple, they can quickly become very complex as more requirements are identified, and consequently need to be managed and governed. Add this complexity to the complexity associated with any distributed system, and it can quickly seem daunting and overwhelming.
Testing is a process that generally involves the execution of the system or program under scripted, controlled situations. The scripts can be human instructions in documents or they can be captured in text files that a testing engine uses to drive the software.There are various requirement conformity checks that can be done to verify functional requirements:
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Information security, often referred to as InfoSec, is designed to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of computer system data from those with malicious intentions. Confidentiality, integrity and availability are sometimes referred to as the CIA Triad of information security. This triad has evolved into what is commonly termed the Parkerian hexad, which includes confidentiality, possession (or control), integrity, authenticity, availability and utility
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The DIDO Command Line Interface (DIDO-CLI) is a text-based interface used to operate software and operating systems while allowing the user to respond to visual prompts by typing single commands into the interface and receiving a reply in the same way.
The DIDO Data Model (DIDO-DM) ties all the parts of the DIDO together. It refers to the conceptual, domain independent, data elements, the relationship between the inter-relationships between the data elements and the data that flows between different components with a generalized DIDO.
The term Distributed Immutable Data Objects (DIDO) refers to the underlying technologies supporting distributed data and computation across a distributed network of peers using consensus algorithms to maintain integrity and consistency across the network. DIDOs are not limited to cryptocurrencies, the original blockchain, or distributed ledger technologies. DIDOs are applicable to other non-cryptocurrency domains such as supply chain, registries for birth, deaths etc., and lists of identification and authentication (IA) acceptable certificates including those that have been revoked. The DIDO concepts are captured within a Reference Architecture (RA), intended to represent any architectures relying on distributed networks of peers that store data and allow parallel computation. The DIDO RA is not intended as a physical “must-have” requirements list, but more as a conceptual catalog of what “can-be”.