By Victoria L. Lemieux
This e-book reviews at the result of an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary workshop on provenance that introduced jointly researchers and practitioners from assorted components akin to archival technology, legislation, details technology, computing, forensics and visible analytics that paintings on the frontiers of recent wisdom on provenance. each one of those fields knows the that means and function of representing provenance in subtly other ways. the purpose of this publication is to create cross-disciplinary bridges of figuring out so that it will arriving at a deeper and clearer viewpoint at the diverse aspects of provenance and the way conventional definitions and functions should be enriched and extended through an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary synthesis. This quantity brings jointly all of those advancements, starting off an encompassing imaginative and prescient of provenance to set up a powerful framework for multiplied provenance idea, criteria and applied sciences that may be used to construct belief in monetary and different sorts of information.
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The real world is a complex place. Relationships in the real world are rarely one-to-one; on the contrary they are usually many-to-many. In the real world archives reflect the complex reality of dynamic inter-relationships between different records-creating entities. A common example of this complexity is the incidence of administrative change in governments and in large corporations. In archival terms this can be understood as successive multiple provenance. But multiple provenances can also occur simultaneously, where more than one entity is simultaneously involved in the creation and use of a given body of archives.
PREMIS can be viewed as an elaboration of the OAIS model, explicated through the mapping of preservation metadata to that conceptual structure. The PREMIS Data Dictionary can be viewed as a translation of the OAIS reference model into a set of Provenance: Past, Present and Future in Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary. . 33 implementable semantic units. However, it should be noted that the Data Dictionary and OAIS occasionally differ in terminology usage. Differences usually reflect the fact that PREMIS semantic units require more specificity than the OAIS definitions provide, which is to be expected when moving from a conceptual framework to an implementation.
As it concerns the relationship between provenance and trust, Ken Thibodeau (this volume) calls for empirical evaluation, noting that if we are claiming that provenance improves trust, and that a particular way of representing provenance improves trust, we need to evaluate the claims. We need strategies to assess users’ trust in relation to quality of provenance information. , on the basis of users and uses). L. Lemieux and the imProvenance Group Finally, the research agenda on analytic provenance is a novel area of investigation that remains relatively wide open for further examination.
Building Trust in Information: Perspectives on the Frontiers of Provenance by Victoria L. Lemieux