MODSIM 2017

Proceedings of the Provenance models and systems session at MODSIM 2017

Session Description
In 2015, MODSIM featured the first conference session in Australia with the word 'provenance' in the title: Research Data Provenance. That session attracted a series of papers about provenance model and system use for different purposes including the lineage of physical samples, user feedback, data licenses and geospatial processing. Since 2015, the word 'provenance' has become much more widely seen in research and data communities. What developments can the MODSIM community demonstrate have occurred since 2015? We include the representation, distribution, storage and use of data’s lineage information within 'provenance' and invite papers on the application of provenance tools, provenance representation, provenance data use, data management for provenance and organisational responses to provenance challenges.

Paper preprints

  1. Nicholas Car "Modelling causes for actions with the Decision and PROV ontologies"
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  2. Simon Cox "PROV ontology supports alignment of observational data (models)"
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  3. Ivana Ivánová "Provenance in the next-generation spatial knowledge infrastructure"
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  4. Matthew Miles "Documenting provenance of science in a state government agency"
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  5. Jean-Michel Perraud "Uchronia, a software module for efficient handling of multidimensional time series and use in ensemble forecasting"
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