Provenance Traces

  title={Provenance Traces},
  author={James Cheney and Umut A. Acar and Amal G Ahmed},
Provenance is information about the origin, derivation, ow nership, or history of an object. It has recently been studied extensi v ly in scientific databases and other settings due to its importa nce in helping scientists judge data validity, quality and integr ity. However, most models of provenance have been stated as ad hoc defi nitions motivated by informal concepts such as “comes from”, “ influences”, “produces”, or “depends on”. These models lack clea r formalizations describing in what… CONTINUE READING
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