Implementing interoperable provenance in biomedical research

@article{Curcin2014ImplementingIP,
  title={Implementing interoperable provenance in biomedical research},
  author={Vasa Curcin and Simon Miles and Roxana D{\'a}nger Mercaderes and Yunxia Chen and Richard Bache and Adel Taweel},
  journal={Future Generation Comp. Syst.},
  year={2014},
  volume={34},
  pages={1-16}
}
The provenance of a piece of data refers to knowledge about its origin, in terms of the entities and actors involved in its creation, e.g. data sources used, operations carried out on them, and users enacting those operations. Provenance is used to better understand the data and the context of its production, and to assess its reliability, by asserting whether correct procedures were followed. Providing evidence for validating research is of particular importance in the biomedical domain, where… CONTINUE READING
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