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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
There has seen a strong demand for provenance in grid applications, which enables users to trace how a particular result has been arrived at by identifying the resources, configurations and execution settings. In this paper we analyses the requirements of provenance support and discusses the nature and characteristics of provenance data on the Grid. We define a new conception called augmented provenance that enhances conventional provenance data with extensive metadata and semantics. A hybriddoi:10.1007/11823285_38 fatcat:hlmlgpvuwzbrbev566aabemwni