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Kaliski Jr, "PORs: Proofs of retrievability for large files," in Proc.
Repositories will typically allow instant searching, retrievability, linking, and downloading of data.
Kaliski, (2007), "Pors: proofs of retrievability for large files," in Proceedings of the 14th ACM conference on Computer and communications security, New York, NY, USA: ACM, pp.
The LEADLESS II study also highlighted the retrievability of the Nanostim leadless pacemaker, which allows the Nanostim leadless pacemaker to be repositioned throughout the implant procedure and retrieved even after more than a year implanted in patients when necessary.
Based on its findings (METI 2014), METI is now planning to revise its basic plan for HLW disposal, incorporating retrievability and reversibility in the HLW disposition program.
These desired factors included esthetic outcome, cost effectiveness, ease of fabrication, expertise required for provision, retrievability, retention, passivity of fit, fracture resistance and surrounding tissue health.
This model attains the security of file retrievability and identifies data changes.
The extreme care it gives to difficult projects, such as its exquisite (and easily found) scans of illuminated manuscripts of Machaut's poetry and Cavalli's operas, for example, demonstrate a high regard for both quality and retrievability.
From this position it is not difficult to justify the premise that facilitating knowledge acquisition is the main objective of information service and that service strategies, such as promoting collection quality and information retrievability, are therefore, merely instrumental to the achievement of this goal.
In this paper we focus on the important issue of implementing a protocol for getting a proof of data ownership in the cloud sometimes denoted to as Proof of retrievability (POR).
To advance nursing science as it pertains to staffing, we must address challenges related to institutional data retrievability and promote data transparency to the public with the purpose of promoting patient-centered care via changes in health policies.
The roles of similarity in transfer: Separating retrievability from inferential soundness.