W3C Implementation Stakeholder Questionnaire (2nd iteration)
This questionnaire is intended to help the W3C provenance work group make decisions regarding the provenance model and use/applicability. This is the second iteration of the questionnaire. Some questions are repeated from the first questionnaire.
Contact Organizational Role
I give my consent to the W3C Provenance WG to allow my responses to be shared
if anonymized (no contact info, organization name, or free-text responses will be shared)
no, please do not share my responses
Are you interested in being a toolkit implementation contact for the W3C Provenance WG?
Yes, please contact me about opportunities to implement and/or test toolkits based the formal provenance specifications developed by the W3C Provenance WG
No, I am not interested
Please provide a definition of what provenance means to you
Why are you or your organization interested in provenance?
How do you currently use provenance information in your organization?
From what environments do you collect provenance? What tools do you use? What provenance languages / models do you employ?
If you use a specific provenance ontology or set of ontologies, what do you find more useful about it?
Can you list the concepts/properties in the ontologies that you normally use for describing your data? Do you often feel the need for a specific concept or property?
Please provide one or more use case scenarios that highlight the need for provenance in your organization
for examples see http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/prov/wiki/Use_Cases
What degrees of provenance information is your organization interested in collecting?
BASIC: You want to add a couple of descriptions to the objects generated; the author, license, and the date of creation, but not the whole process of its creation
INTERMEDIATE: You want to add the basic descriptions plus the process of how the resources were generated. However, you don't mind to have a loss of some of this information (e.g., you don't know the role of some of your inputs, not sure about when processes took place, etc.).
COMPLETE: Like the previous but aiming to not lose any information in the recorded processes, generation, and use. I would like to keep track of the metadata provenance; who, when, and how were this provenance descriptions recorded.
My organization is interested in using provenance encoded in the following formats
Encoding provenance information in "Plain HTML" was a popular selection in the previous questionnaire. If you are interested in using "Plain HTML" to encode provenance, please describe what a plain encoding of provenance in HTML means to you.
Please list any requirements you or your organization has for an encoding of provenance
My organization is interested in using a provenance toolkit developed for the following languages / platforms
My organization is interested in developing a provenance toolkit developed for the following languages
Please list any requirements your organization has for a provenance toolkit
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