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Seminar 12091
Principles of Provenance

James Cheney (University of Edinburgh, GB), Anthony Finkelstein (University College London, GB), Bertram Ludaescher (University of California, Davis, US), Stijn Vansummeren (Université Libre de Bruxelles, BE)

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Seminar Wide Materials

Umut A. Acar , MPI for Software Systems - Kaiserslautern
 Computation Slices as (Universal) Provenance
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Shawn Bowers , Gonzaga University - Spokane
 Provenance in Scientific Workflows, Part 2: Technical Challenges
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Peter Buneman , University of Edinburgh

Adriane Chapman , MITRE - McLean

James Cheney , University of Edinburgh
 Provenance and Programming Languages
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Stephen Chong , Harvard University
 Language-based Information Flow Tutorial
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Sarah Cohen-Boulakia , Université Paris Sud

Victor Cuevas-Vicenttin , St. Martin-d'Heres

Lois Delcambre , Portland State University
 The Multi-Granularity, Multi-Provenance Model (MMP)
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Kai Eckert , Universität Mannheim

Nate Foster , Cornell University - Ithaca

Juliana Freire , Polytechnic Institute of NYU - Brooklyn
 Using Provenance to Enable Reproducible Science
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James Frew , University of California - Santa Barbara

Irini Fundulaki , FORTH - Heraklion

Daniel Garijo , Univ. Politec. de Madrid
 A new Approach for Publishing Workflows: Abstractions, Standards and Linked Data
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 The PROV-O Ontology
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Floris Geerts , University of Antwerp
 On the semantics of SPARQL on annotated RDF
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Ashish Gehani , SRI - Menlo Park

Carole Goble , University of Manchester

Todd J. Green , University of California - Davis
 Queries on Semiring-Annotated Data
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Paul Groth , VU - Amsterdam
 Overview of Provenance on the Web:
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Torsten Grust , Universität Tübingen

Olaf Hartig , HU Berlin
 An Overview on PROV-AQ: Provenance Access and Query
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Melanie Herschel , Université Paris Sud

Bertram Ludaescher , University of California - Davis
 Provenance in Scientific Workflows, Part 1: Overview
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Andrew Martin , University of Oxford

Simon Miles , King's College - London
 A brief intro to the PROV data model
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Paolo Missier , Newcastle University
 Modelling provenance using Structured Occurrence Networks
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 Provenance for (scientific) workflows -- Tutorial day 1 / part I / Research strands
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 Provenance for (scientific) workflows -- Tutorial day 1 / part II / Use cases
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 Provenance for (scientific) workflows -- Tutorial day 1/ Bibtex file
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 DataONE D-OPM model sketch (draft)
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 wfdesc, wfprov models (draft)
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Luc Moreau , University of Southampton
 The W3C Provenance Data Model
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Leon J. Osterweil , University of Massachusets - Amherst

Christopher Re , University of Wisconsin - Madison

Vladimiro Sassone , University of Southampton
 Tracing where and who provenance in linked data - a calculus -
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Martin Schaeler , Universität Magdeburg
 Toward Provenance as Cross-Cutting Concern
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Margo Seltzer , Harvard University

Christian Skalka , University of Vermont

Perdita Stevens , University of Edinburgh
 Provenance in software engineering: a mini-survey/tutorial
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Wang-Chiew Tan , University of California - Santa Cruz
 When-provenance: Tracing the history and evolution of data
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 Why and Where-provenance
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Jan Van den Bussche , Hasselt University
 Temporal semantics for the Open Provenance Model
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Stijn Vansummeren , Université Libre de Bruxelles

Marianne Winslett , University of Illinois - Urbana

Steve Zdancewic , University of Pennsylvania

Jun Zhao , University of Oxford
 Cracking the quality jigsaw puzzle using provenance pieces -- A speculation, not a solution
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