WebLab PROV: computing fine-grained provenance links for XML artifacts

@inproceedings{Amann2013WebLabPC,
  title={WebLab PROV: computing fine-grained provenance links for XML artifacts},
  author={Bernd Amann and Cam{\'e}lia Constantin and Cl{\'e}ment Caron and Patrick Giroux},
  booktitle={EDBT/ICDT Workshops},
  year={2013}
}
We present a new provenance model for generating fine-grained data and service dependencies within XML data processing workflows. Our approach follows the widely used black box transformation semantics [15] in which service components produce new outputs from their inputs (without transformation). The heart of the model are data dependency rules which are evaluated on XML documents assembling all data produced by some workflow execution (similar to nested collections [5]). Dependency rules are… CONTINUE READING

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