Posts Tagged ‘W3C Provenance Group’

Announcing the Latest Release of the PROV Family of Documents

Paul Groth of the W3C reports, “The W3C Provenance Working Group is happy to announce a new release of the PROV Family of Documents, which provides a framework for interchanging provenance on the Web. This family includes 4 Candidate Recommendations that define the core of PROV along with several supporting documents some of which are first public working drafts. The PROV-Overview is the first entry point for PROV and provides a description of each document and how they fit together. Read more

First reports of the W3C Provenance Incubator Group

The W3C Provenance Incubator Group is announcing its first report: “Requirements for Provenance on the Web”. The report describes the group’s consensus on the requirements to support provenance in a variety of web contexts, applications, and use. The report is based on the following documents produced by the group:

The report will serve as a basis to organize a state-of-the-art survey on provenance. The group welcomes comments and feedback on this report from the Web community. More information about the W3C Provenance Group, including its current activities and future plans, is publicly available on its wiki site.