Corpus ID: 17516224

Data provenance – the foundation of data quality

  title={Data provenance – the foundation of data quality},
  author={P. Buneman},
  • P. Buneman
  • Published 2010
  • Provenance for data is often defined by analogy with its use for the history of non-digital artifacts, typically works of art. While this provides a starting point for our understanding of the term, it is not adequate for at least two important reasons. First, an art historian seeing a copy of some artifacts will regard its provenance as very different from that of the original. By contrast, when we make use of a digital artifact, we often use a copy, and and copying in no sense destroys the… CONTINUE READING

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