Re: PROV-ISSUE-1 (define-resource): Definition for concept 'Resource' [Provenance Terminology]

As a follow on to my previous message on resources, the wiki page [1]
also makes the distinction between a resource, a resource state, a
resource state representation.

What is provenance going to be about?
a. provenance of a resource?
b. provenance of a resource state?
c. provenance of a resource state representation?

Does it make sense to talk about a? b? c?
If so, what kind of "provenance statement" would be involved in a? b? c?



On 05/20/2011 08:00 AM, Provenance Working Group Issue Tracker wrote:
> PROV-ISSUE-1 (define-resource): Definition for concept 'Resource' [Provenance Terminology]
> Raised by: Luc Moreau
> On product: Provenance Terminology
> The Provenance WG charter identifies the concept 'Resource' as a core concept of the provenance interchange language to be standardized (see
> What term do we adopt for the concept 'Resource'?
> How do we define the concept 'Resource'?
> Where does concept 'Resource' appear in ProvenanceExample?
> Which provenance query requires the concept 'Resource'?
> Wiki page:

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