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The Resource Building Trust in Information : Perspectives on the Frontiers of Provenance

Building Trust in Information : Perspectives on the Frontiers of Provenance

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Building Trust in Information : Perspectives on the Frontiers of Provenance
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Building Trust in Information
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Perspectives on the Frontiers of Provenance
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Building Trust in Information : Perspectives on the Frontiers of Provenance
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  • Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- About the Contributors -- Part I Synthesis -- Provenance: Past, Present and Future in Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Perspective -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Role of Provenance -- 3 Defining and Conceptualizing Provenance -- 3.1 Archival Science -- 3.2 Library and Information Science -- 3.3 Computer Science -- 3.4 Cognitive Science in Visual Analytics -- 4 Domains of Application and Use Cases -- 4.1 Preservation of Digital Records and Other Digital Materials -- 4.2 Cloud-Based Storage -- 4.3 Digital Evidence in Litigation -- 4.4 E-Science and Reproducible Research -- 4.5 Digital Humanities Research -- 4.6 Open Data -- 4.7 Crowd-Sourced Knowledge Management Platforms -- 4.8 Knowledge Organization and Indexing -- 4.9 Intelligence Analysis -- 4.10 Decision-Support Systems -- 4.11 "Human-in-the-Loop" Processes -- 5 Methods of Capturing and Representing Provenance -- 5.1 Law -- 5.2 Archival Arrangement and Description -- 5.3 E-Science -- 5.4 Digital Preservation in Libraries -- 5.5 Knowledge Organization -- 5.6 Decision-Support Systems -- 5.7 Visual Analytics -- 6 Provenance Standards and Specifications -- 6.1 Law -- 6.2 The Semantic Web -- 6.3 The Bodleian Library's CAMELOT Data Model: An Implementation of the W3C PROV Standard -- 6.4 Digital Libraries Preservation Metadata Standards -- 6.5 Digital Records and Archives Preservation Standards -- 6.6 Visual Analytics -- 7 Research Challenges -- 7.1 Conceptual/Theoretical -- 7.2 Interoperability -- 7.3 Technical Challenges -- 8 Conclusion -- References -- Part II Archival Perspectives -- Describing Archives in Context: Peter J Scott and the Australian S̀eries' System -- 1 Peter Scott: Australia's Best Known, but Least Well-Understood Archivist -- 2 The Complex Reality of Provenance -- 3 Evolution of the Australian S̀eries' System
  • 4 Post-Custodialism and the Records Continuum -- 4.1 What About Functions? -- 4.2 The Series System and Standards for Archival Description -- References -- Provenance: An Archival Perspective -- 1 Definition and Conceptualization -- 2 Relationship to Current Research -- 3 Motivations for Research -- 4 Capturing and Representing Provenance -- 5 Research Challenges -- Appendix: Bibliography -- Selected Works -- Short Bibliography -- References -- Research Issues in Archival Provenance -- 1 Introduction -- 2 A State of Confusion -- 3 Out of the Morass -- References -- Part III Library and Information Science Perspectives -- Provenance in Digital Libraries: Source, Context, Value and Trust -- 1 Overview of Interest and Application of the Concept of Provenance -- 2 The Relevance of the Concept of Provenance to Digital Libraries -- 3 Conceptualizations and Enactments of Provenance in the Bodleian Digital Library -- 4 Key Challenges in Establishing Provenance in the Bodleian Digital Library -- 5 Research Challenges Associated with Provenance -- References -- Conceptual Provenance in Indexing Languages -- 1 Introduction, Motivation, and Rationale -- 2 Definitions, Key Concepts, and Conceptualization of Provenance -- 3 Methods of Capturing and Representing Provenance -- 4 Key Challenges in Establishing Provenance -- 5 Future Research Challenges -- 6 Concluding Remarks -- Appendix -- References -- Part IV Computer Science Perspectives -- A Brief Tour Through Provenance in Scientific Workflows and Databases -- 1 Introduction: Provenance in Art, Science, Computation -- 1.1 Transparency and Reproducibility in Science -- 2 Provenance in Scientific Workflows -- 2.1 Workflows as Prospective Provenance -- 2.2 Retrospective Provenance from Workflow Execution Traces -- 2.3 Models of Provenance and Scientific Workflows
  • 2.4 Relating Retrospective and Prospective Provenance -- 3 Provenance in Databases -- 3.1 A Brief History of Database Provenance -- 3.2 Running Example: The Three-Hop Query (thop) -- 3.3 The Great Unification: Provenance Semirings -- 3.4 Unifying Why and Why-Not Provenance Through Games -- 4 Conclusions -- Appendix: Query Rewriting for Provenance Annotations -- References -- The Lifecycle of Provenance Metadata and Its Associated Challenges and Opportunities -- 1 Provenance Definitions and Model -- 1.1 PROV as a Community Data Model and Ontology -- 1.2 The Provenance of PROV -- 1.3 Other Notions of Data Provenance -- 2 Embracing Provenance: Status and Opportunities -- 2.1 Extending PROV -- 2.2 Provenance Capture -- 2.3 Storage, Retrieval, and Query -- 2.4 Provenance Analytics and Novel Uses for Provenance -- 2.5 Three Key Challenges for Practical Usability of Provenance Data -- References -- Part V Cognitive Science Perspectives Through the Lens of Visual Analytics -- Visual Analytics: Data, Analytical and Reasoning Provenance -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Data, Analytical and Reasoning Provenance -- 3 Visual Analytics -- 4 Intelligence Analysis -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 An Example Case Study -- 5 Conclusions -- References -- Analytic Provenance and Distributed Sensemaking -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Distributed Sensemaking -- 2.1 Sensemaking -- 2.2 Distributed Cognition -- 2.3 Representational Media in Sensemaking -- 2.4 Inference Trajectories -- 2.5 Levels of Description in Distributed Sensemaking -- 3 Analytic Provenance and Distributed Sensemaking -- 3.1 Analytic Provenance -- 3.2 Provenance and Representational Media -- 4 Challenges in Framing and Capturing Analytic Provenance -- 4.1 Modelling and Framing Analytic Provenance in Distributed Sensemaking -- 4.1.1 Inference Trajectories -- 4.1.2 Levels of Description
  • 4.2 Capturing Analytic Provenance in Distributed Sensemaking -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Appendix: List of Participants of the May 14-15, 2015 Workshop on Provenance: Past, Present and Future in Interdisciplinary Perspective, World Bank, Washington, DC
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