Accepted Papers

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Full Papers

  • Fernando Chirigati and Juliana Freire. Towards Integrating Workflow and Database Provenance: A Practical Approach
  • Shawn Bowers, Timothy McPhillips and Bertram Ludaescher. Declarative Rules for Inferring Fine-Grained Data Provenance from Scientific Workflow Execution Traces
  • Tom De Nies, Sam Coppens, Davy Van Deursen, Erik Mannens and Rik Van de Walle. Automatic Discovery of High-Level Provenance using Semantic Similarity
  • Paolo Missier, Brian Randell and Maciej Koutny. Modelling Provenance using Structured Occurrence Networks
  • João Carlos De A. R. Gonçalves, Daniel de Oliveira, Eduardo Ogasawara, Kary Ocaña and Marta Mattoso. Using Domain-Specific Data to Enhance Scientific Workflow Steering Queries
  • Michael O. Jewell, Enrico Costanza, Tom Frankland, Graeme Earl and Luc Moreau. The Xeros Data Model: Tracking Interpretations of Archaeological Finds
  • Paolo Missier and Khalid Belhajjame. A PROV encoding for provenance analysis using deductive rules
  • Mark Ebden, Trung Dong Huynh, Luc Moreau, Sarvapali Ramchurn and Stephen Roberts. Network Analysis on Provenance Graphs from a Crowdsourcing Application
  • Khalid Belhajjame, Paolo Missier and Carole Goble. Detecting Duplicate Records in Scientific Workflow Results
  • Huanjia Yang, Danius Michaelides, Chris Charlton, William Browne and Luc Moreau. DEEP: A Provenance-Aware Executable Document System
  • Ingrid Nunes, Yuhui Chen, Simon Miles, Michael Luck and Carlos Lucena. Transparent Provenance Derivation for User Decisions
  • Timothy Lebo, Ping Wang, Alvaro Graves and Deborah L. Mcguinness. Deriving Abstractive Provenance
  • Hazeline Asuncion. SourceTrac: Tracing Data Sources within Spreadsheets
  • Jim Mccusker, Timothy Lebo, Alvaro Graves, Dominic Difranzo, Paulo Pinheiro and Deborah L. Mcguinness. Functional Requirements for Information Resource Provenance on the Web

Demo Papers

  • Emanuele Santos, David Koop, Thomas Maxwell, Charles Doutriaux, Tommy Ellqvist, Gerald Potter, Juliana Freire, Dean Williams and Claudio Silva. Designing a Provenance-Based Climate Data Analysis Application
  • Peter Edwards, Chris Mellish, Edoardo Pignotti, Kapila Ponnamperuma, Thomas Bouttaz, Alan Eckhardt, Kate Pangbourne, Lorna Philip and John Farrington. ourSpaces - A Provenance Enabled Virtual Research Environment
  • Milan Markovic, Peter Edwards, David Corsar and Jeff Z. Pan. Managing the Provenance of Crowdsourced Disruption Reports
  • Tanu Malik, Quan Pham, Raffaele Montella and Ian Foster. SOLE: Linking Research Papers with Scientific Objects

Poster Papers

  • Thomas Bouttaz, Alan Eckhardt, Chris Mellish and Peter Edwards. Integrating Text and Graphics to Present Provenance Information
  • Andreas Schreiber, Miriam Ney and Heinrich Wendel. The Provenance Store prOOst for the Open Provenance Model
  • Roxana Danger, Robin Joy, John Darlington and Vasa Curcin. Access control for OPM provenance graphs
  • Curt Tilmes. Provenance Representation in the Global Change Information System (GCIS)
  • Flavio Costa, Daniel Oliveira, Kary Ocaña, Eduardo Ogasawara and Marta Mattoso. Enabling Re-Executions of Parallel Scientific Workflows Using Runtime Provenance Data
  • Chris Baillie, Peter Edwards and Edoardo Pignotti. Quality Assessment, Provenance, and the Web of Linked Sensor Data
  • Andrew Runnalls and Chris Silles. Provenance Tracking in R
  • Salmin Sultana and Elisa Bertino. A Comprehensive Model for Provenance
  • David Corsar, Peter Edwards, Nagendra Velaga, John Nelson and Jeff Pan. Exploring Provenance in a Linked Data Ecosystem
  • Stephan Zednik, James Michaelis and Peter Fox. Integrating Provenance into an operational Data Product Information System
  • Jing Zhao, Yogesh Simmhan and Viktor Prasanna. On Presenting Apropos Provenance for Situation Awareness and Data Forensics
  • Hook Hua, Brian Wilson, Gerald Manipon, Lei Pan and Eric Fetzer. Improving the Understanding of Provenance and Reproducibility of a Multi-Sensor Merged Climate Data Record