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Re: NamedGraphs in Life_Sciences

From: Jun Zhao <zhaoj@cs.man.ac.uk>
Date: Fri, 20 Oct 2006 11:17:20 +0100
Message-ID: <4538A230.3060907@cs.man.ac.uk>
To: Eric Neumann <eneumann@teranode.com>
CC: W3C HCLSIG <public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org>

Eric Neumann wrote:

Hi Eric,

> We welcome others to add their own examples or comments to this list, 
> since it will be useful to capture these specific use-cases, and 
> present them to the other technical SW W3C WG's. I would specifically 
> point out their potential in implementing systems that could 
> support annotations (and their provenance), whose believability may 
> depend both on who contributed the annotation graph AND who 
> is interested in accessing the annotation.

Indeed. This is what we are using in myGrid for collecting the RDF 
provenance during workflow runs. The graph name of each workflow run 
gives the signature to everything produced in each workflow run. It has 
shown the potential interests from real bio-users, by allowing them to 
retrieve data by their provenance signature, i.e. the run that produced 
them. A talk about this application has been given in the RDF workshop 
in Ediburgh this June by Daniele Turi, the main developer of this 
component. 
(http://www.mygrid.org.uk/wiki/pub/Mygrid/PresentationStore/lsid-edinburgh-20060609.ppt)

Best

Jun Zhao, PhD Student
Information Management Group
University of Manchester

>
> best,
> Eric
>
>
>
> Eric Neumann, PhD
> co-chair, W3C Healthcare and Life Sciences,
> and Senior Director Product Strategy
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