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This week at W3C: Encrypted Video and the Open Web, Touch Events is a W3C Standard, Auto industry turning to HTML5, etc.

This is the 4 – 11 October 2013 edition of a “weekly digest of W3C news and trends” that I prepare for the W3C Membership and public-w3c-digest mailing list (publicly archived). This digest aggregates information about W3C and W3C technology from online media —a snapshot of how W3C and its work is perceived in online […]
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The PROV Family of Documents are W3C Recommendations

The W3C Provenance Working Group was chartered to develop a framework for interchanging provenance on the Web. The Working Group has now published the PROV Family of Documents as W3C Recommendations, along with corresponding supporting notes. You can find a complete list of the documents in the PROV Overview Note. PROV enables one to represent […]
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Successful PROV Tutorial at EDBT

On March 20th, 2013 members of the  Provenance Working Group gave a tutorial on the  PROV family of specifications at the EDBT conference in Genova, Italy. EDBT (“Extending Database Technology”) is widely regarded as one of the prime venues in Europe for dissemination of data management research. The idea behind the tutorial was to provide a “database-centric” […]
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Dublin Core to PROV mapping

The W3C Provenance Working Group has  released a set of documents to define a framework for interchanging and representing provenance on the Web. One of these documents is the Dublin Core to PROV mapping, which describes a partial mapping from Dublin Core Terms to the PROV-O OWL2 ontology. But why do we need a mapping between Dublin Core and PROV? […]
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PROV – A Framework for Provenance Interchange

Last week, the W3C Provenance Working group released 13 documents simultaneously that together define a framework for interchanging provenance on the Web. We are really excited about this release as it a complete, full and stable definition of PROV and includes 4 Proposed Recommendations. While 13 documents is a lot, this is because we have […]
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PROV Family of Documents Published as Proposed Recommendations

The W3C Provenance Working Group has published four Proposed Recommendation Documents along with corresponding supporting notes. You can find a complete list at the PROV Overview draft. These documents provide a framework for interchanging provenance on the Web. PROV enables one to represent and interchange provenance information using widely available formats such as RDF and XML. In addition, […]
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A Major Release of PROV

The W3C Provenance Working Group is happy to announce a new release of the PROV Family of Documents, which provides a framework for interchanging provenance on the Web. This family includes 4 Candidate Recommendations that define the core of PROV along with several supporting documents some of which are first public working drafts. The PROV-Overview […]
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W3C Invites Implementations of PROV

The W3C Provenance Working Group has published four Candidate Recommendation Documents along with corresponding supporting notes. You can find a complete list at the PROV Overview draft. These document provide a framework for interchanging provenance on the Web. PROV enables one to represent and interchange provenance information using widely available formats such as RDF and […]
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Provenance 4th Face-to-Face Working Group Meeting

After an intense and fun week at the International Semantic Web Conference, I wanted to bring you up to date with the fourth face-to-face meeting of the Provenance Working Group. The meeting was held the two days before the start of ISWC and hosted by the W3C in their offices. We had 12 in-person participants […]
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