[ESIP-all] ESIP IT & Interop Telecon Sept 1 2010 at 01:00 PM CT

Beth Plale plale at cs.indiana.edu
Wed Sep 1 13:45:01 EDT 2010

Hello - attached are slides for my presentation at 1:00 CDT today.  beth

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: Beth Plale
: Director, Data to Insight Center of Pervasive Technologies Institute
: Associate Professor of Computer Science, School of Informatics and Computing
: Indiana University Bloomington

On Aug 30, 2010, at 10:45 AM, Dr. Rahul Ramachandran wrote:

> Rant and Rave Presentation:
> ?Provenance collection as a commodity and representation as a necessity?
> by Beth Plale, Indiana University
> Provenance or lineage of simple or complex data objects is essential to the reuse of the object because it enables among other things, proper attribution, assessment of quality, etc. For a provenance collection tool to be broadly beneficial, however, it must be flexible in how it gathers information. In this talk we discuss extensions to the Karma provenance collection and representation system that we are undertaking to make the tool useful to a broad set of users. We further discuss the need for provenance interoperability and alternate forms of archival representation.
> Beth?s Bio
> Beth Plale is Director of the Data To Insight Center of the Pervasive Technology Institute, and associate professor in the School of Informatics and Computing. Her Ph.D. focused on real time monitoring to detect behaviors of remote objects. This is her 9th year at Indiana University preceded by a Postdoctoral Fellow position at Georgia Institute of Technology, a PhD from SUNY Binghamton, and a stint in industry.
> Other Agenda Items:
> Formation of ESIP Provenance Cluster
> - Cluster leads: Hook (?), Peter (?), others
> Cluster Objectives:
> - Coordinate provenance activities within the ESIP community
> - Ensure that an interoperable solution is developed by the different members
> - Promote Provenance technology within ESIP
> - Coordinate with other clusters with overlapping interest
> Call In Info
> 1. Please join my meeting, Wednesday, September 01 at 01:00 PM CDT.
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> Rahul Ramachandran Ph.D.
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