Capturing and querying workflow runtime provenance with PROV: a practical approach

@inproceedings{Costa2013CapturingAQ,
  title={Capturing and querying workflow runtime provenance with PROV: a practical approach},
  author={Flavio Costa and V{\'i}tor Silva Sousa and Daniel de Oliveira and Kary A. C. S. Oca{\~n}a and Eduardo S. Ogasawara and Jonas Dias and Marta Mattoso},
  booktitle={EDBT/ICDT Workshops},
  year={2013}
}
Scientific workflows are commonly used to model and execute large-scale scientific experiments. They represent key resources for scientists and are enacted and managed by Scientific Workflow Management Systems (SWfMS). Each SWfMS has its particular approach to execute workflows and to capture and manage their provenance data. Due to the large scale of experiments, it may be unviable to analyze provenance data only after the end of the execution. A single experiment may demand weeks to run, even… CONTINUE READING
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