Towards Query interoperability: PASSing PLUS
Allen, M. David
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CitationBraun, Uri J., Margo I. Seltzer, Adriane Chapman, Barbara Blaustein, M. David Allen, and Len Seligman. 2010. Towards query interoperability: PASSing PLUS. Paper presented at 2nd Workshop on the Theory and Practice of Provenance (TaPP'10), San Jose, CA, February 22, 2010
AbstractWe describe our experiences importing PASS  provenance into PLUS . Although both systems import and export provenance that conforms to the Open Provenance Model (OPM) , the two systems vary greatly with respect to the granularity of provenance captured, how much semantic knowledge the system contributes, and the completeness of provenance capture. We encountered several problems reconciling provenance between the two systems and use that experience to specify a Common Provenance Framework, that provides a higher degree of interoperability between provenance systems. In each case, the problems stem from the fact that OPM interoperability is a weaker requirement than query interoperability. Our goal in presenting this work is to generate discussion about differing degrees of interoperability and the requirements thereof.
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