Data From: The Distributed Trust Model Applied to the Energy Grid of Things
Portland State University. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
These files support research on the Distributed Trust Model’s (DTM) Hypothesis Tool analyzes Metric Vector of Trust (MVoT) data. The DTM Hypothesis Tool is developed using Microsoft® Excel® for Microsoft 365 (64-bit). This tool helps set correct thresholds to send alerts at the appropriate times, helps evaluate the equations used for sending those alerts, and helps assess MVoT equations. In addition, the DTM Hypothesis Tool helps analyze the effect of the error rate for a selected threshold that determines when to send alerts.
This tool allows users to adjust and choose the preferred threshold value with their liking of error rate probability. In addition, this tool enables the user to understand how effective the decision-making equations consist of thresholds. It also helps the user determine the initial set of MVoT equations is appropriate or needs changing. The dataset supports a Master of Science (M.S.) in Electrical and Computer Engineering thesis, the Distributed Trust Model Applied to the Energy Grid of Things.
The dataset supports a Master of Science (M.S.) in Electrical and Computer Engineering thesis, The Distributed Trust Model Applied to the Energy Grid of Things.
Thesis Advisor: John M. Acken, Ph.D
Fernando, N. S., "Data From: The Distributed Trust Model Applied to the Energy Grid of Things" (2021). Electrical and Computer Engineering Datasets. 4. https://doi.org/10.15760/ece-data.04
File Names and Description
Hypothesis Testing-20211118T040136Z-001.zip (950929 kB)
Hypothesis Tool Data Files - 01 (Zip)
Hypothesis Testing-20211118T040136Z-002.zip (864379 kB)
Hypothesis Tool Data Files - 02 (Zip)
Hypothesis Testing-20211118T040136Z-003.zip (763121 kB)
Hypothesis Tool Data Files - 03 (Zip)
Hypothesis Testing-20211118T040136Z-004.zip (417425 kB)
Hypothesis Tool Data Files - 04 (Zip)
PlotPerT-20211118T035739Z-001.zip (1188 kB)
PerTPlot files (Zip)