The Open Provenance Model

@inproceedings{Moreau2007TheOP,
  title={The Open Provenance Model},
  author={Luc Moreau and Robert E. McGrath},
  year={2007}
}
Provenance is well understood in the context of art or digital libaries, where it respectively refers to the documented history of an art object, or the documentation of processes in a digital object’s life cycle [3]. Interest for provenance in the “e-science community” [9] is also growing, since provenance is perceived as a crucial component of workflow systems [2] that can help scientists ensure reproducibility of their scientific analyses and processes. Against this background, the… CONTINUE READING
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