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Second CFP of BigPROV + ProvBench @EDBT 2013

From: Jun Zhao <jun.zhao@zoo.ox.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2012 13:03:53 +0000
Message-ID: <508E7EB9.9080904@zoo.ox.ac.uk>
To: "public-lod@w3.org" <public-lod@w3.org>
* 2nd Call for Papers *

BIGProv'13: International Workshop on Managing and Querying Provenance 
Data at Scale
http://sites.google.com/site/bigprov13/
inquiries: bigprov13@easychair.org

*New*: BIGProv'13 is also going to host the first *ProvBench*, see the 
companion call at 
https://sites.google.com/site/provbench/provbench-at-bigprov-13. Please 
check the main website for details:  http://sites.google.com/site/bigprov13/

Held in conjunction with EDBT/ICDT 2013: http://edbticdt2013.disi.unige.it/

  *March 22nd, 2013, Genova, Italy*

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IMPORTANT DATES:
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Paper submission: *Dec. 1, 2012*
Notification to authors: Jan 11, 2013
Jan 23 Deadline for camera-ready copy
March 22: Workshop

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FOCUS
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Provenance data is poised to become pervasive in key areas of 
information management, ranging from traditional areas of science (i.e., 
life sciences, earth sciences, astronomy, etc.), to new applications 
enabled by the Web (e.g., social sciences, social network analysis, 
quality and trust in Web publishing).

As the volume of provenance metadata increases with the volume of the 
underlying data whose history it describes, new challenges for managing 
and querying provenance at scale emerge, i.e., provenance data is 
growing in both "count" and "complexity". It is growing in count because 
of the very large number of provenance traces (one for each Twitter 
message, for example), and in complexity in the case of  provenance 
graphs that are generated from provenance-enabled programming 
environments (e.g., scientific workflow systems) and middleware. 
Data-intensive science is bound to produce provenance that fares high on 
both accounts.

At the same time, emerging standards such as PROV, the W3C 
recommendation for provenance modelling and Web-based access, suggest 
that provenance data will increasingly be encoded using Semantic Web 
technology. This in turn suggests that provenance data will soon form a 
natural extension of, and seamlessly blend with, the growing Linked Data 
Cloud.

The new Managing and Querying Provenance Data at Scale workshop 
(BIGProv) stems from these premises. We are interested in exploring the 
system and modelling challenges associated with collecting, storing, 
querying, and exploiting large volumes of possibly complex provenance 
data. We seek to map the state of the art, elicit new research problems, 
and learn about existing systems. More specifically, the workshop scope 
includes the following topics:

- Automated capture of provenance at multiple layers (system, 
middleware, applications)
- Database models, languages, and systems for storing and querying 
large-scale provenance
- Provenance and Linked Open Data (LOD): seamless representation and 
query models
- Comparison and performance benchmarking of different data 
architectures and query models for provenance
- Analysis of existing graph query models and systems for provenance graphs
- Reference datasets for provenance benchmarking
- System descriptions and demonstrations of large-scale provenance and 
graph data
- Uniform querying over heterogeneous provenance traces
- Abstraction models for provenance and their applications to user 
presentation, visualization, and privacy preservation

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SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
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Our primary goal is to generate an interesting and lively discussion. 
Thus, we envision a variety of contributions, small and large, reporting 
on prototype systems or performance analysis, as well as work in 
progress, and position or vision papers. Submissions are encouraged in 
two categories:

- short papers (up to 4 pages)
- regular papers (up to 8 pages)
- *New*: we also accept extended abstracts (2 pages) describing traces 
submitted through the ProvBench community initiative. Submissions that 
arrive in time for the regular paper deadline will be included in the 
regular proceedings


Additionally, authors are encouraged to also present a poster of their 
work, possibly jointly with the main EDBT poster session (to be confirmed).
Submissions should be formatted using the ACM Proceedings format: 
http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates
Please see the workshop website for a link to the submission site.

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PUBLICATION
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Accepted papers will be included in the official EDBT workshop proceedings.

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Workshop Organizers
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Bertram Ludaescher, UC Davis, CA (ludaesch@ucdavis.edu)
Paolo Missier, Newcastle University, UK (pmissier@acm.org)

Proceedings chair:  Victor Cuevas, University of New Mexico and UC 
Davis, USA
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