[Esip-preserve] FW: OGC® OWS-10 Provenance Engineering Report

Tilmes, Curt (GSFC-6190) via Esip-preserve esip-preserve at lists.esipfed.org
Wed Jul 9 12:20:01 EDT 2014


On 7/3/14 12:24 PM, "Carl Reed" <creed at opengeospatial.org<mailto:creed at opengeospatial.org>> wrote:

Dear Group -

The OGC recently completed OGC Web Services Test Bed 10. One of the “threads” was on cross community interoperability with a focus on provenance. There is now a public engineering report here:


Abstract: The provenance activities reported in this document were part of the OGC Web Services 10 Cross Community Interoperability (CCI) thread. This OGC® document gives guidelines for the capture and documentation of provenance information at dataset, feature and attribute level. It only considers vector features (mainly, points and lines) and does not elaborate on the coverage data model (so it does not talk about provenance of raster information). It proposes an approach to use the W3C PROV standard with geospatial information that can come from different sources and are integrated through different processing steps. It also reviews the applicability of ISO19115 and ISO19115-2 lineage.

Thought this might be of interest.


Carl Reed, PhD
CTO and Executive Director Standards Program
Open Geospatial Consortium

The OGC: Making Location Count!


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