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Date: Sun, 27 Jan 2013 00:51:02 +0000
To: satya.sahoo@case.edu,zednis@rpi.edu,public-prov-comments@w3.org
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The following answers have been successfully submitted to 'W3C PROV
Implementation Survey' (Provenance Working Group) for Satya Sahoo.


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Implementation Information
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Name: Semantic Proteomics Dashboard (SemPoD)URL:
http://physiomimi.case.edu/sempod/index.php/Main_PageDescription: The
SemPoD platform, currently in use at the Case Center for Proteomics and
Bioinformatics (CPB), extends the PROV Ontology (PROV-O) to support
provenance–aware querying of 1153 mass-spectrometry experiments from
20 different projects. SemPoD consists of three components: Ontology-driven
Visual Query Composer, Result Explorer, and Query Manager. SemPoD includes
a dynamic query composition interface, which automatically updates the
components of the query interface based on previous user selections and
efficiently prunes the result set using a “smart filtering”
approach based on the provenance of the results.

SemPoD Webpage: http://physiomimi.case.edu/sempod/index.php/Main_Page


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Contact Information
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Name: Catherine Jayapandian, Satya SahooEmail: sempodcwru@googlegroups.com

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Implementation Type
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Choose all that apply

 * [x] Application (consumes / generates provenance)
 * [ ] Framework / API
 * [ ] Service


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PROV Encodings Supported
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Choose all that apply

 * [x] PROV-O
 * [ ] PROV-N
 * [ ] PROV-XML
Please list any additional supported encodings (e.g. PROV-JSON, PROV-CSV,
etc.) in the free-text area below: 


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Feature Coverage
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Indicate covered features by selecting one of the following below:
 * 1) I Don't Know
 * 2) No Support
 * 3) Read-only Support
 * 4) Write-only Support
 * 5) Read and Write Support

 * Entity: [ 3 +++ ] 
 * Activity: [ 3 +++ ] 
 * Agent: [ 3 +++ ] 
 * Generation: [ 3 +++ ] 
 * Usage: [ 3 +++ ] 
 * Communication: [ No opinion ] 
 * Derivation: [ No opinion ] 
 * Attribution: [ No opinion ] 
 * Association: [ No opinion ] 
 * Delegation: [ No opinion ] 
 * Start: [ 3 +++ ] 
 * End: [ 3 +++ ] 
 * Invalidation: [ No opinion ] 
 * Revision: [ No opinion ] 
 * Quotation: [ No opinion ] 
 * PrimarySource: [ No opinion ] 
 * Person: [ 3 +++ ] 
 * Organization: [ No opinion ] 
 * SoftwareAgent: [ 3 +++ ] 
 * Plan: [ 3 +++ ] 
 * Influence: [ No opinion ] 
 * Bundle: [ No opinion ] 
 * Specialization: [ No opinion ] 
 * Alternate: [ No opinion ] 
 * Collection: [ No opinion ] 
 * EmptyCollection: [ No opinion ] 
 * Membership: [ No opinion ] 
 * Identifier: [ No opinion ] 
 * Attributes: [ No opinion ] 
 * Label: [ No opinion ] 
 * Location

: [ 3 +++ ] 
 * Role: [ 3 +++ ] 
 * Type: [ No opinion ] 
 * Value: [ No opinion ] 
Rationale: SemPoD uses provenance information as contextual metadata for
data integration and answering user queries based on provenance of the
proteomics data. SemPoD is underpinned by the SysPro ontology, which
extends PROV-O, to implement an intuitive query environment for use by
proteomics researchers at Case CPB.


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Does this implementation support any constraints or inferences defined by
the PROV-CONSTRAINTS?
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If you have an implementation of the constraints, we encourage you to test
their compatibility with our test-cases and report your results. Please see
the Constraints Test Cases document for more details.

 * ( ) Yes
 * (x) No
If : 


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Framework Usage
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What tools or frameworks does your implementation use?  How are you using
them?

e.g. Provenance Toolkit, RDFReactor, Jena, Redland, RDFLib: Ruby-on-Rails
and XML-based OWL parser 


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Provenance Exchange
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Has this implementation been used to consume a PROV serialization generated
by another tool?  If so, please identify the other tool and describe how it
was used.
 No

These answers were last modified on 27 January 2013 at 00:50:49 U.T.C.
by Satya Sahoo

Answers to this questionnaire can be set and changed at
https://www.w3.org/2002/09/wbs/46974/prov-implementation-survey/ until
2013-01-31.

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