Verifiable Data Streaming

Provided by: University of Mary Washington
Topic: Data Management
Format: PDF
In a verifiable data streaming protocol, the client streams a long string to the server who stores it in its database. The stream is verifiable in the sense that the server can neither change the order of the elements nor manipulate them. The client may also retrieve data from the database and update them. The content of the database is publicly verifiable such that any party in possession of some value s and a proof can check that s is indeed in the database.

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