Provenance in Astronomy: data model and implementations

Salle du Conseil (Observatoire de Paris)

Salle du Conseil

Observatoire de Paris

77 Avenue Denfert-Rochereau, 75014 Paris
The objective of this meeting is to finalize the IVOA Provenance Data Model working draft before entering the promotion process to make it an IVOA recommendation. A session of the meeting will be dedicated to the presentation of the different implementations (and use cases) based on this standard.
Access information
IVOA WG webpage
  • Anastasia Galkin
  • Catherine Boisson
  • François Bonnarel
  • Kristin Riebe
  • Markus Nullmeier
  • Mathieu Servillat
  • Michael A. C. Johnson
  • Michèle Detournay
  • Michèle Sanguillon
  • Mireille Louys
  • Nicolas Renault-Tinacci
  • Ole Streicher
    • IVOA data model open discussions
      • 1
        Core data model and diagrams
      • 2
        Definition of specialized entitities
        Our Astronomy use cases generally require some information on the activities : description, configuration (config file, parameters) and context (ambient conditions, execution environment, ...)
      • 3
        New relations to specialized entities
        Activity description, configuration and context would require specialized relations : hadDescription, hadConfiguration, hadContext
      • 4
        Mapping with PROV
        Following the requirements, we should be able to serialize our model in the W3C PROV formats, e.g. by defining specific values for prov:type for the different entities and relations
      • 5
        Mapping with ProvONE for workflows
        Some concepts relevant for astronomy may already exist in the ProvONE extension to PROV, we should ensure that our concepts are compatible. We also have the example of UniProv that uses partially PROV, ProvONE and internal concepts
      • 6
        ActivityFlow status?
      • 4:00 PM
        Coffee break
      • 7
      • 8
      • 9
        Preparation of ADASS in College Park
        François will have a talk on ProvTAP, we should propose posters on ProvDM and ProvSAP as well to advertize more widely the IVOA Provenance data model
        more information
    • 8:00 PM
    • Provenance in practice: status of the IVOA Data Model and presentations on the various implementations of Provenance in Astronomy
      • 10
        Provenance in Astronomy, introduction and use cases
        Speaker: Mathieu Servillat
      • 11
        Provenance capture for CTA
        Speaker: Mathieu Servillat
      • 12
        OPUS, a provenance enabled job controller
        Speaker: Mathieu Servillat
      • 13
        Provenance prototype for the APPLAUSE database
        Speaker: Anastasia Galkin
      • 10:50 AM
        Coffee break
      • 14
        Provenance from Astronomical Workflows
        Speaker: Michael A. C. Johnson
      • 15
        Pollux provenance status
        Speaker: Michèle Sanguillon
      • 16
        Provenance webapp for RAVE
        Speaker: Kristin Riebe
      • 17
        ProvTAP for HiPS generation (François)
        Speaker: François Bonnarel
    • Data model draft review
      • 4:00 PM
        Coffee break
    • Conclusions and next steps
      • 10:40 AM
        Coffee break
      • 18
        Visit of the Perrault Building