[Volute] r4027 - trunk/projects/dm/provenance/description

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Tue May 9 09:46:35 CEST 2017


Author: kriebe
Date: Tue May  9 09:46:35 2017
New Revision: 4027

Log:
Make adjustments as discussed in Montpellier: rename attribtue label->name; removed obscore attributes in entityDescription, also improved table with entity roles

Modified:
   trunk/projects/dm/provenance/description/ProvenanceDM.pdf
   trunk/projects/dm/provenance/description/ProvenanceDM.tex
   trunk/projects/dm/provenance/description/datamodel-description.tex

Modified: trunk/projects/dm/provenance/description/ProvenanceDM.pdf
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Modified: trunk/projects/dm/provenance/description/ProvenanceDM.tex
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--- trunk/projects/dm/provenance/description/ProvenanceDM.tex	Tue May  9 08:55:25 2017	(r4026)
+++ trunk/projects/dm/provenance/description/ProvenanceDM.tex	Tue May  9 09:46:35 2017	(r4027)
@@ -160,18 +160,17 @@
 
 \appendix
 \section{Changes from Previous Versions}
-\subsection{Changes from WD-ProvenanceDM-1.0-20161121}
-\begin{itemize}
-\item rights instead of access in Entity class 
-\item parameter example tables 
-\item pollux figure size . not yet changed  
-\end{itemize}
 % No previous versions yet.
 % these would be subsections "Changes from v. WD-..."
 % Use itemize environments.
 \subsection{Changes from WD-ProvenanceDM-1.0-20161121}
 \begin{itemize}
-\item Moved detailed implementation section from appendix to a separate document (implementation note)
+\item Use voprov:type and vorpov:role in table with example agent roles, \ref{tab:agent-roles}, i.e. replace prov:person by voprov:Individual.
+\item Removed the obscore/dataset attributes from EntityDescription, since they are specific for observations only and are not applicable to configuration entities etc.
+\item Renamed \emph{label} attribute to \emph{name} everywhere, for more consistency with SimDM naming scheme (\emph{label} is reserved there for SKOS labels).
+\item Extended the entity role examples in table \ref{tab:entity-roles}.
+\item Renamed attribute \emph{Entity.access} to \emph{Entity.rights} for more consistency with DatasetDM etc.
+\item Moved detailed implementation section from appendix to a separate document (implementation note).
 \item Removed description\_ref as attribute, since it's expressed by the corresponding link in the model anyway.
 \item More explanations on links to data models in Section~\ref{sec:dmlinks}.
 \item Introduced subsections for Section~\ref{sec:dmlinks}, added table with SimDM-links.

Modified: trunk/projects/dm/provenance/description/datamodel-description.tex
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--- trunk/projects/dm/provenance/description/datamodel-description.tex	Tue May  9 08:55:25 2017	(r4026)
+++ trunk/projects/dm/provenance/description/datamodel-description.tex	Tue May  9 09:46:35 2017	(r4027)
@@ -153,7 +153,7 @@
 \head{Attribute} & \head{W3C ProvDM} & \head{Data type} & \head{Description}\\
 \midrule
 \textbf{id} & prov:id & (qualified) string & a unique id for this entity (unique in its realm)\\
-label       & prov:label & string & a label (to be displayed by clients)\\
+name       & prov:label & string & a human-readable name for the entity (to be displayed by clients)\\
 type        & prov:type  & string & a provenance type, i.e. one of: prov:collection, prov:bundle, prov:plan, not needed for a simple entity\\
 %description\_ref  & & foreign key/url & link to \class{EntityDescription}\\
 annotation  & prov:description & string & text describing the entity in more detail\\
@@ -203,12 +203,13 @@
 \head{Attribute} & \head{} & \head{Data type} & \head{Description}\\
 \midrule
 \textbf{id} & & (qualified) string & a unique identifier for this description\\
-label       & & string & a name or label for the entity description\\
-annotation  & & string & a decription for this kind of entity\\
+name       & & string & a human-readable name for the entity description\\
+annotation  & & string & a decriptive text for this kind of entity\\
 doculink    & & url & link to more documentation\\
-dataproduct\_ type  & & string       & from ObsCore data model \citep{std:ObsCore}, if applicable; describes, what kind of product it is (e.g. image, table)\\
-dataproduct\_ subtype & & string       & from ObsCore data model, more specific subtype\\
-level       & & enum integer & the level of processing or calibration; for ObsCore's calib\_level it is an integer between 0 and 3\\
+% removed the obscore attributes, since specific for observations only, not applicable to configuration entities etc.
+% dataproduct\_ type  & & string       & from ObsCore data model \citep{std:ObsCore}, if applicable; describes, what kind of product it is (e.g. image, table)\\
+% dataproduct\_ subtype & & string       & from ObsCore data model, more specific subtype\\
+% level       & & enum integer & the level of processing or calibration; for ObsCore's calib\_level it is an integer between 0 and 3\\
 \bottomrule
 \end{tabulary}
 \caption{Attributes of \class{EntityDescription}. For simple use cases, 
@@ -286,7 +287,7 @@
 \head{Attribute} & \head{W3C ProvDM} & \head{Data type} & \head{Description}\\
 \midrule
 \textbf{id} & prov:id  & (qualified) string & a unique id for this activity (unique in its realm)\\
-label        & prov:label  & string & a label (to be displayed by clients)\\
+name        & prov:label  & string & a human-readable name (to be displayed by clients)\\
 \textbf{startTime} & prov:startTime & datetime & start of an activity\\
 \textbf{endTime} & prov:endTime  & datetime & end of an activity\\
 annotation        & prov:description & string & additional explanations for the specific activity instance\\
@@ -307,10 +308,10 @@
 \head{Attribute} & \head{} & \head{Data type} & \head{Description}\\
 \midrule
 \textbf{id}  & & string & a unique id for this activity description (unique in its realm)\\
-label        & & string & a label (to be displayed by clients)\\
+name         & & string & a human-readable name (to be displayed by clients)\\
 type         & & string & type of the activity, from a vocabulary or list, e.g. data acquisition (observation or simulation), reduction, calibration, publication\\
 subtype      & & string & more specific subtype of the activity\\
-annotation  & & string & addi onal free text description for the activity\\
+annotation  & & string & additional free text description for the activity\\
 %code         & & string & the code used for this process\\
 %version      & & string & a version number for the code\\
 doculink     & & url    & link to further documentation on this process, e.g. a 
@@ -367,7 +368,7 @@
 \includegraphics[width=1\textwidth]{../datamodel-diagrams/images/provgraph-activityflow}
 \caption{An example provenance graph. The detailed version is shown on the left side. It also shows
 the shortcut \class{WasInformedBy} to connect two activities, which could be used if the entity e2 
-would not be needed anywhere else. 
+would not be needed anywhere else.
 An ActivityFlow can be used to ``hide'' a part of the provenance graph as is shown on the right side.
 Activities are marked by blue rectangles, entities by yellow ellipses.}
 \label{fig:provgraph-activityflow}
@@ -475,17 +476,19 @@
 
 \begin{table}[h]
 \small
-\begin{tabulary}{1.0\textwidth}{@{}L@{}}
+\begin{tabulary}{1.0\textwidth}{@{}lL@{}}
 \toprule
-\head{Name} \\%& \head{Description}\\
+\head{Role} & \head{Example entities}\\
 \midrule
-config parameter \\%& \\
-auxiliary input (calibration image, dark frame, etc) \\%& \\
-main input (raw image for instance or science-ready images) \\%& \\
-result (image, or cube or spectrum) \\%& \\
+configuration & configuration file \\ %& used for entities that contain configuration details for an activity\\
+auxiliary input & calibration image, dark frame, etc. \\%& \\
+main input & raw image, science-ready images \\%& used for entities that are the main input for an activity\\
+main result & image, cube or spectrum \\%& used for entities that are the main result of an activity\\
+log & logging output file \\%& used for logging output \\
+red & image used for red channel of a composite activity\\%& used for images that will be used as the red channel of a composite activity\\
 \bottomrule
 \end{tabulary}
-\caption{Example values for the entity roles as attributes in the 
+\caption{Examples for entity roles as attributes in the 
 \class{UsedDescription} and \class{WasGeneratedByDescription}.}
 \label{tab:entity-roles}
 \end{table}
@@ -545,8 +548,8 @@
 \head{Attribute} & \head{} & \head{Data type} & \head{Description}\\
 \midrule
 \textbf{id}      & & string & parameter unique identifier\\
-description\_ref   & & foreign key/url & link to \emph{ParameterDescription}\\
-label            & & string & parameter name, if no link to ParameterDescription is given\\
+%description\_ref   & & foreign key/url & link to \emph{ParameterDescription}\\
+%name            & & string & parameter name, if no link to ParameterDescription is given\\
 \textbf{value}   & & (value dependent) & the value of the parameter\\
 \bottomrule
 \end{tabulary}
@@ -562,7 +565,7 @@
 \head{Attribute} & \head{} & \head{Data type} & \head{Description}\\
 \midrule
 \textbf{id}  & & string & parameter unique identifier\\
-label         & & string & parameter name\\
+\textbf{name} & & string & parameter name\\
 annotation & & string & additional free text description for the parameter\\
 datatype    & & string & datatype of the parameter \\
 unit           & & string & physical unit of the parameter\\
@@ -625,17 +628,17 @@
 \begin{tabulary}{1.0\textwidth}{@{}lllL@{}}
 \multicolumn{4}{c}{\textbf{AgentType}}\\
 \toprule
-\head{Class} & \head{W3C ProvDM} & \head{DatasetDM} &\head{Comment} \\
+\head{Class or type} & \head{W3C ProvDM} & \head{DatasetDM} &\head{Comment} \\
 \midrule
 Agent       & Agent  & Party & \\
 Individual  & Person & Individual & a person, specified by name, email, address, 
       (though all these parts may change in time)\\
 Organization & Organization & Organization & a publishing house, institute or scientific project\\
 
- 
+
 \bottomrule
 \end{tabulary}
-\caption{Types of agents}
+\caption{Agent class and types of agents/subclasses in this data model, compared to W3C ProvDM and DatasetDM.}
 \label{tab:agent-types}
 \end{center}
 \end{table}
@@ -690,15 +693,14 @@
 
 We adopted here the same naming scheme as was used in W3C ProvDM.
 Note that the attributed-to-agent for a dataset may be different from the 
-agent that is associated with the activity that created an entity. 
+agent that is associated with the activity that created an entity.
 Someone who is performing a task is not necessarily given full attribution, 
 especially if he acts on behalf of someone else (the project, university, ...).
 
 In order to make it clearer what an agent is useful for, we suggest the
 possible roles an agent can have (along with descriptions partially taken from RM)
-in Table~\ref{tab:agent-roles}. 
-For comparison, SimDM contains following roles 
-for their \emph{Contact} class: 
+in Table~\ref{tab:agent-roles}.
+For comparison, SimDM contains following roles for their \emph{Contact} class:
 owner, creator, publisher and contributor.
 
 
@@ -709,21 +711,21 @@
 \begin{tabulary}{1.0\textwidth}{@{}lp{3cm}L@{}}
 \multicolumn{3}{c}{\textbf{AgentRoles}}\\
 \toprule
-\head{prov:role} & \head{prov:type} & \head{Comment} \\
+\head{vorpov:role} & \head{voprov:type} & \head{Comment} \\
 \midrule
-author & prov:person & someone who wrote an article, software, proposal\\
-contributor & prov:person & someone who contributed to something (but not enough to gain authorship)\\
-editor & prov:person & editor of e.g. an article, before publishing\\
-creator & prov:person & someone who created a dataset, creators of articles or software are rather called ``author''\\
-curator & prov:person & someone who checked and corrected a dataset before publishing\\
- & prov:organization & \\
-publisher & prov:organization \mbox{(maybe also person?)}& organization (publishing house, institute) that published something\\
-observer & prov:person & observer at the telescope\\
-operator & prov:person & someone performing a given task \\ % removed executor: ambiguous
-coordinator/PI & prov:person & someone coordinating/leading a project\\ % we should choose one word : PI?
-funder & prov:organization & agency or sponsor for a project as in Prov-N\\
-provider & prov:organization & ``an organization that makes data and/or services available to users over the network'' (definition from RM)\\
-%(owner) & prov:person or prov:organization & Does anyone really own the data?\\
+author & voprov:Individual & someone who wrote an article, software, proposal\\
+contributor & voprov:Individual & someone who contributed to something (but not enough to gain authorship)\\
+editor & voprov:Individual & editor of e.g. an article, before publishing\\
+creator & voprov:Individual & someone who created a dataset, creators of articles or software are rather called ``author''\\
+curator & voprov:Individual & someone who checked and corrected a dataset before publishing\\
+ & voprov:Organization & \\
+publisher & voprov:Organization {(maybe also Individual?)}& organization (publishing house, institute) that published something\\
+observer & voprov:Individual & observer at the telescope\\
+operator & voprov:Individual & someone performing a given task \\ % removed executor: ambiguous
+coordinator/PI & voprov:Individual & someone coordinating/leading a project\\ % we should choose one word : PI?
+funder & voprov:Organization & agency or sponsor for a project as in Prov-N\\
+provider & voprov:Organization & ``an organization that makes data and/or services available to users over the network'' (definition from RM)\\
+%(owner) & voprov:Individual or voprov:Organization & Does anyone really own the data?\\
 \bottomrule
 \end{tabulary}
 \caption{Examples for roles of agents and the typical type of that agent}
@@ -750,13 +752,13 @@
 \toprule
 \head{Attribute} & \head{W3C ProvDM} & \head{Data type} & \head{Description}\\
 \midrule
-id & prov:id & (qualified) string & unique identifier for an agent\\
-label & prov:name & string & a common name for this agent; e.g. first name and last name; project name, agency name...\\
+\textbf{id} & prov:id & (qualified) string & unique identifier for an agent\\
+\textbf{name} & prov:name & string & a common name for this agent; e.g. first name and last name; project name, agency name...\\
 type & prov:type & string & type of the agent: either Individual (Person) or Organization\\
 % insert here the attributes dedicated to contact for a Party in DataSet Metadata DM.
-address & prov:label & string & Address of the agent both for Individual (Person) and Organization\\
-phone & prov:label & string & Contact phone number of the agent both for Individual (Person) and Organization\\
-email & prov:label & string & Contact email of the agent both for Individual (Person) and Organization\\
+address &  & string & Address of the agent both for Individual (Person) and Organization\\
+phone &  & string & Contact phone number of the agent both for Individual (Person) and Organization\\
+email & & string & Contact email of the agent both for Individual (Person) and Organization\\
 \bottomrule
 \end{tabulary}
 \caption{Agent attributes}


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