His primary areas of study are Workflow, World Wide Web, Provenance, Data science and Documentation. The concepts of his Workflow study are interwoven with issues in Security domain, Multi-agent system, Access control and Runtime system. His World Wide Web research incorporates elements of Standardization, Semantics and Quality.
His Data science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Service-oriented architecture, Collaborative software, Systems architecture and Digital object. His Documentation study incorporates themes from Use case, Software engineering, Database and Process. He has included themes like Programming language and Process validation in his Software engineering study.
His main research concerns World Wide Web, Provenance, Data science, Software engineering and Workflow. The concepts of his World Wide Web study are interwoven with issues in Service and Process. Throughout his Provenance studies, he incorporates elements of other sciences such as Information retrieval, Database, Annotation, Set and Data mining.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Documentation and Protocol. His Documentation study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Data model. Luc Moreau combines subjects such as Semantics, e-Science and Semantic Web with his study of Workflow.
Luc Moreau spends much of his time researching Provenance, World Wide Web, Data science, Information retrieval and Database. When carried out as part of a general World Wide Web research project, his work on Machine-readable data, Hypermedia and Structural computing is frequently linked to work in Speculation and Narrative text, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Data science study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Crowdsourcing, Task and Data model.
His studies examine the connections between Data model and genetics, as well as such issues in Representation, with regards to Programming language and Linked data. His work deals with themes such as Algorithm design, Data model and Validator, which intersect with Information retrieval. His Database study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Software engineering.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Provenance, World Wide Web, Data science, Key and Information retrieval. His Machine-readable data study in the realm of World Wide Web connects with subjects such as Perspective. His Data science research includes themes of Crowdsourcing, Graph classification, Task and Data analysis.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Key, Usability are connected with Process management, Requirements analysis, Standardization and Software engineering and other disciplines. His Software engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Service and Database. The Database study combines topics in areas such as Programming language and World Wide Web Consortium.
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The Open Provenance Model core specification (v1.1)
Luc Moreau;Ben Clifford;Juliana Freire;Joe Futrelle.
Future Generation Computer Systems (2011)
Examining the Challenges of Scientific Workflows
Y. Gil;E. Deelman;M. Ellisman;T. Fahringer.
IEEE Computer (2007)
The Foundations for Provenance on the Web
The provenance of electronic data
Luc Moreau;Paul Groth;Simon Miles;Javier Vazquez-Salceda.
Communications of The ACM (2008)
Special Issue: The First Provenance Challenge
Luc Moreau;Bertram Ludäscher;Ilkay Altintas;Roger S. Barga.
Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience (2008)
The Open Provenance Model: An Overview
Luc Moreau;Juliana Freire;Joe Futrelle;Robert E. Mcgrath.
international provenance and annotation workshop (2008)
The requirements of using provenance in e-Science experiments
Simon Miles;Paul T. Groth;Miguel Branco;Luc Moreau.
Journal of Grid Computing (2007)
The First Provenance Challenge
Luc Moreau;Bertram Ludaescher;Ilkay Altintas;Roger S. Barga.
The Open Provenance Model
Luc Moreau;Juliana Freire;Joe Futrelle;Robert McGrath.
An Architecture for Provenance Systems
Paul Groth;Sheng Jiang;Simon Miles;Steve Munroe.
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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