Access control and view generation for provenance graphs

  title={Access control and view generation for provenance graphs},
  author={Roxana D{\'a}nger Mercaderes and V. Curcin and P. Missier and J. Bryans},
  journal={Future Gener. Comput. Syst.},
  • Roxana Dánger Mercaderes, V. Curcin, +1 author J. Bryans
  • Published 2015
  • Computer Science
  • Future Gener. Comput. Syst.
  • Data provenance refers to the knowledge about data sources and operations carried out to obtain some piece of data. A provenance-enabled system maintains record of the interoperation of processes across different modules, stages and authorities to capture the full lineage of the resulting data, and typically allows data-focused audits using semantic technologies, such as ontologies, that capture domain knowledge. However, regulating access to captured provenance data is a non-trivial problem… CONTINUE READING
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