A Proof of Concept: Provenance in a Service Oriented Architecture

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2005-09-01

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Provenance has been identified as an emerging and important concept within the Grid community for a variety of purposes, such as verifying or tracing results. We seek to provide a concrete conception of provenance and its possible utilisation through the process of designing and implementing a system prototype with some specific provenance requirements. This prototype, which is based on an idealised recipe for baking a cake, is developed within the context of a service oriented Grid computing environment and implemented using standard Web Services technologies. The issues surrounding the design of possible provenance system are also explored.

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Chen, L., Tan, V., Xu, F., Biller, A., Groth, P., Miles, S., Ibbotson, J., Luck, M. and Moreau, L. (2005) A Proof of Concept: Provenance in a Service Oriented Architecture. In Proceedings of the Fourth All Hands Meeting (AHM). Nottingham, September 2005, pp.8.

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Cyber Technology Institute (CTI)