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Open Provenance Model Contents
  1. Introduction
  2. Basics
  3. Overlapping and Hierarchichal Descriptions
  4. Provenance Graph Definition
  5. Timeless Formal Model
  6. Inferences
  7. Formal Model and Time Annotations
  8. Time Constraints and Inferences
  9. Support for Collections
  10. Example of Representation
  11. Conclusion
  12. Best Practice on the Use of Agensts
  13. References


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  3. Open provenance model workshop: Towards provenance challenge 3., June 2008.
  4. Paul Groth. First opm workshop minutes., Information Science Institute, USC, July 2008.
  5. PREMIS Working Group. Data dictionary for preservation metadata — final report of the premis working group. Technical report, Preservation Metadata: Implementation Strategies (PREMIS), 2005.
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  7. Simon Miles. Technical summary of the second provenance challenge workshop., King’s College, July 2007.
  8. Luc Moreau and Ian Foster, editors. Provenance and Annotation of Data — International Provenance and Annotation Workshop, IPAW 2006, volume 4145 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Springer-Verlag, May 2006.
  9. Luc Moreau, Juliana Freire, Joe Futrelle, Robert E. McGrath?, Jim Myers, and Patrick Paulson. The open provenance model (v1.00). Technical report, University of Southampton, December 2007.
  10. Luc Moreau and Bertram Ludaescher, editors. Special Issue on the First Provenance Challenge, volume 20. Wiley, April 2007.
  11. David A. Schmidt. Denotational Semantics. A Methodology for Language Development. Brown Publishers, 1986.
  12. Second challenge team contributions., June 2007. 34
  13. Y. Simmhan, B. Plale, and D. Gannon. A survey of data provenance in e-science. SIGMOD Record, 34(3):31–36, September 2005.

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