Representing Meaningful Provenance in Scientific Workflow Systems

Representing Meaningful Provenance in Scientific Workflow Systems

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The database community has also tried to address the issues relating to data provenance. Approaches that try to solve these issues, such as secondary databases and inversions, need modifications as the assumptions differ when applied to systems that are not database-oriented.State machine diagrams are at their base a representation of a state chart which means that just about any part of a system model can be ... See Figure 4.2 for an example use case diagram for the restaurant scenario of ordering a meal.


Title:Representing Meaningful Provenance in Scientific Workflow Systems
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Publisher:ProQuest - 2007
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