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-The authoritative source of truth for a **[[mbse:​digital_artifact|digital artifact]]** serves as the primary means of ensuring the credibility and coherence of the digital artifact that its creators share with a variety of stakeholders. ​Stakeholders ​from diverse organizations and distributed locations ​have authorized access ​to observe, analyze, and use digital artifacts ​validated by an authoritative source ​of truth. The owners of digital environments or the community for **[[mbse:​digital_engineering_ecosystem|digital engineering ecosystems]]** provides stakeholders with appropriate access to shared, current, and consistent information over the lifecycle of systems. The authoritative source of truth assures confidence in the quality of the digital artifact across disciplines,​ domains, and life cycle phases. ​+The authoritative source of truth for a **[[mbse:​digital_artifact|digital artifact]]** serves as the primary means of ensuring the credibility and coherence of the digital artifact that its creators share with a variety of stakeholders. ​It gives stakeholders ​from diverse organizations and distributed locations ​the authorization ​to access, analyze, and use valid digital artifacts ​from an authoritative source. The owners of digital environments or the community for **[[mbse:​digital_engineering_ecosystem|digital engineering ecosystems]]** provides stakeholders with an authoritative source of truth that assures confidence in the quality of the digital artifact across disciplines,​ domains, and life cycle phases. ​
  
 In order to do so, a digital artifact’s authoritative source of truth should meet four conditions. First, the digital artifact originates from a repository recognized by a governing entity as a [[https://​whatis.techtarget.com/​definition/​system-of-record-SOR | System of Record (SoR)]]. Second, the majority of experts accepts the credibility,​ accuracy, and trustworthiness of a digital artifact because it meets their “criteria of truth” [1]. For example, in the **[[mbse:​model_based_engineering|Model Based Engineering (MBE)]]** domain, the digital artifact may meet the criteria of truth when most stakeholders agree that the preponderance of evidence upholds the validity of the digital artifact because it represents a commonly accepted perspective of reality [2]. Third, a digital artifact’s source is an authoritative when most experts agree that the source is legitimate. Finally, the digital artifact originates from a technological system that maintains its integrity and reinforces the conditions. If the SoR satisfies the four conditions; then, it is the Authoritative [[https://​www.linkedin.com/​pulse/​difference-between-system-record-source-truth-santosh-kudva/​| Source of Truth (SoT)]] for its digital artifact [3].  In order to do so, a digital artifact’s authoritative source of truth should meet four conditions. First, the digital artifact originates from a repository recognized by a governing entity as a [[https://​whatis.techtarget.com/​definition/​system-of-record-SOR | System of Record (SoR)]]. Second, the majority of experts accepts the credibility,​ accuracy, and trustworthiness of a digital artifact because it meets their “criteria of truth” [1]. For example, in the **[[mbse:​model_based_engineering|Model Based Engineering (MBE)]]** domain, the digital artifact may meet the criteria of truth when most stakeholders agree that the preponderance of evidence upholds the validity of the digital artifact because it represents a commonly accepted perspective of reality [2]. Third, a digital artifact’s source is an authoritative when most experts agree that the source is legitimate. Finally, the digital artifact originates from a technological system that maintains its integrity and reinforces the conditions. If the SoR satisfies the four conditions; then, it is the Authoritative [[https://​www.linkedin.com/​pulse/​difference-between-system-record-source-truth-santosh-kudva/​| Source of Truth (SoT)]] for its digital artifact [3]. 
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 +[1] W. S. Sahakian and M. L. Sahakian, Ideas of the Great Philosphers,​ New York, NY: Barnes & Nobel, 1993. 
  
 +[2] Wikipedia, "​Truth,"​ Wikipedia.ort,​ 2018. [Online]. Available: https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Truth. [Accessed 16 November 2018].
  
-[1] S. Kudva, "The Difference Between System of Record and Source of Truth,"​ 31 March 2016. [Online]. Available: https://​www.linkedin.com/​pulse/​difference-between-system-record-source-truth-santosh-kudva/​. [Accessed 16 November 2018]. +[3] S. Kudva, "The Difference Between System of Record and Source of Truth,"​ 31 March 2016. [Online]. Available: https://​www.linkedin.com/​pulse/​difference-between-system-record-source-truth-santosh-kudva/​. [Accessed 16 November 2018].
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-[2] W. S. Sahakian and M. L. Sahakian, Ideas of the Great Philosphers,​ New York, NY: Barnes & Nobel, 1993.  +
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-[3] Wikipedia, "​Truth,"​ Wikipedia.ort,​ 2018. [Online]. Available: https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Truth. [Accessed 16 November 2018].+
  
 [4] C. Sharbaugh, "USAF Digtial Engineering Ecosystem: AFMC/EN and Center for Analysis Sponsored Assessement,"​ in The November 2018 Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), Digital Engineering Working Group (DEWG) Meeting Presentations,​ Alexandria, VA, 2018.  [4] C. Sharbaugh, "USAF Digtial Engineering Ecosystem: AFMC/EN and Center for Analysis Sponsored Assessement,"​ in The November 2018 Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), Digital Engineering Working Group (DEWG) Meeting Presentations,​ Alexandria, VA, 2018. 
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 [18] The Data Goverance Institute, "​Defintions of Data Goverance,"​ The Data Goverance Institute, 2018. [Online]. Available: http://​www.datagovernance.com/​adg_data_governance_definition/​. [Accessed 27 November 2018]. [18] The Data Goverance Institute, "​Defintions of Data Goverance,"​ The Data Goverance Institute, 2018. [Online]. Available: http://​www.datagovernance.com/​adg_data_governance_definition/​. [Accessed 27 November 2018].
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