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Re: quick update on biblio curation / tagging

From: Yolanda Gil <gil@isi.edu>
Date: Wed, 14 Jul 2010 20:09:16 -0700
Cc: "pmissier@acm.org" <pmissier@acm.org>, public-xg-prov@w3.org
Message-Id: <B32BD2AE-7A57-4E13-B35D-0E9C59BA9964@isi.edu>
To: Simon Miles <drsimonmiles@gmail.com>
Thanks Simon!  I also started tagging, I found it to be easy and  
setting up Mendeley.

Paolo:  I could not figure out how to upload new entries.  Do I need  
special permission to do that?

Also, I tagged over the "prov-xg public bibliography".  I also see  
"prov-xg shared bibliography".  Did I use the correct one?

Thanks!

Yolanda



On Jul 14, 2010, at 1:08 PM, Simon Miles wrote:

> Hi Paolo,
>
> I think you said, in the last telecon, that you wanted to report when
> we'd tagged papers, so I list them below.  I've started with some
> papers on which I was an author, as you suggested.  I included a
> #tagged tag to help counting, as it appeared as though you had done
> the same.
>
> thanks,
> Simon
>
> Wong et al. Provenance-Based Validation of E-Science Experiments.  
> ISWC 2005
> Groth et al. A model of process documentation to determine provenance
> in mash-ups. ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (TOIT)
> Groth et al. Architecture for Provenance Systems. Tech Report
> Miles et al. The requirements of recording and using provenance in
> e-Science experiments. Journal of Grid Computing
> Moreau et al. The Provenance of Electronic Data. Communications of  
> the ACM
> Groth et al. Determining the Trustworthiness of New Electronic
> Contracts. Engineering Societies in the Agents' World, (ESAW-09)
> Miles. Electronically Querying for the Provenance of Entities. IPAW  
> 2006
> Miles et al. Prime: A methodology for developing provenance-aware
> applications. ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology
> (ACM TOSEM)
> Miles et al. Provenance-based validation of e-science experiments.
> Journal of Web Semantics
>
>
> On 14 July 2010 15:37, Paolo Missier <pmissier@acm.org> wrote:
>> Hi,
>>  I have been trying to clean up the public Mendeleay collection and
>> here is the situation:
>>
>> - I merged the shared collection with the public collection. the  
>> shared
>> collection is now gone
>> - I reviewed 66 entries that had evidently been imported  
>> automatically.
>> Some of them were junk, some were duplicates, but quite a few were  
>> good
>> entries after cleaning
>>
>> - initially we had 87 "approved" entries. After adding the cleaned  
>> upo
>> entries and removing the dups, we now have 110 entries that are  
>> "ok" for
>> citation, although not perfect.
>>   they are here:
>> http://www.mendeley.com/research-papers/collections/418902/prov-xg-public-bibliography/
>>   The authors on this list are invited to edit their own paper
>> entries!!  please take a look and find yourself :-)
>>
>> note: this does not include the recent IPAW procs, which are still in
>> the making.
>>
>> - Tagging: only 24 entries have been tagged. 76 to go.
>>   I plotted the current distribution of tags usage here:
>> http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0Ak69UO5fDWWpdDFsZ1J5dFQ2YmNXc3g4Rm1yMHVKblE&hl=en&authkey=CKH5zZ0K
>>   (hopefully the link is visible)
>>  please contribute!!
>>
>> thanks  and regards, -Paolo
>>
>>
>>
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