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PROV-ISSUE-66 (is-execution-a-bob): Why is process execution not defined as a characterised entity? [Conceptual Model]

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PROV-ISSUE-66 (is-execution-a-bob): Why is process execution not defined as a characterised entity? [Conceptual Model]

http://www.w3.org/2011/prov/track/issues/66

Raised by: Simon Miles
On product: Conceptual Model

This was mentioned by Satya in the call, but I can't see it having been raised as an issue yet.

As process executions are identified and may have attributes, including start and end time, are they kinds of characterised entities, similarly to agent? If not, why not?
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