The Provenance WG charter identifies the concept 'Recipe link' as a core concept of the provenance interchange language to be standardized (see http://www.w3.org/2011/01/prov-wg-charter).
- What term do we adopt for the concept 'Recipe link'?
- How do we define the concept 'Recipe link'?
- Where does concept 'Recipe link' appear in ProvenanceExample?
- Which provenance query requires the concept 'Recipe link'?
Definition by Satya
(Suggest merging this concept with concept "Process execution" to create concept "Process")
Recipe is a definition of a process, where process is an entity that occurs over a period of time. Recipe link is a handle to reference the recipe or process definition.
References to process entities in the ProvenanceExample can be found in the following sentence:
"Having retrieved the provenance, he is able to trace back the error not to the newspapers processing but an error in how the government translated the data into RDF."
- "newspapers processing" - the process (id: http://www.w3.org/provWG/p1) used by newspaper to use information from different sources and publish a newspaper article
- "government translated" - the process (id: http://www.w3.org/provWG/p2) followed by government to translate data into RDF
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