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<trackbot> Date: 27 August 2010
<scribe> Scribe: Yolanda Gil
<scribe> ScribeNick: YolandaGil
welcome back, Paul!!
<pgroth> hi yolanda
James has added many references and narrative to the relevant research of the Disease Outbreak scenario
<pgroth> it's readable
<pgroth> so nice
<jcheney> maybe there is also related work on business workflows/processes?
<pgroth> speak like you're writing a paper :-)
Simon wrote a narrative for the relevant provenance work in the Business Contract scenario. Will add subheadings to that.
Discussing gap analysis of Business Contract scenario
Starting with the DO gap analysis, we discuss what to remove or add
For content: all but the third bullet apply, we add something about ensuring provenance is complete enough for a proof, also linking provenance records to contract obligations
For management: all bullets apply, we add something about privacy and IP where not all provenance can be revealed, also link to law/policies
For use: all bullets apply, we add something about independent views, something about debugging because multiple experts can justify the proof
Next topic: Tagging status update
Daniel: many citations have been
added, mostly for DO and NA scenarios
... 120 papers are now tagged
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