Paolo Missier mainly focuses on Workflow, World Wide Web, Provenance, Software engineering and Workflow management system. His Workflow research incorporates elements of Data domain, Data processing, Service and Data science. His Linked data study in the realm of World Wide Web connects with subjects such as Point.
His Provenance study spans across into areas like Database, Extension, Information retrieval and Metadata. His Workflow management system research integrates issues from Extensibility, Programming language, Syntax, Workflow engine and Workflow technology. His Programming language research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Computational linguistics and Semantics.
His main research concerns Workflow, World Wide Web, Data science, Provenance and Information retrieval. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cloud computing and Software engineering. Paolo Missier conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Software engineering and Reuse through his research.
His Data science study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as e-Science, Social media, Information quality and Big data. While the research belongs to areas of Information quality, Paolo Missier spends his time largely on the problem of Data quality, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Data mining. In his works, Paolo Missier performs multidisciplinary study on Provenance and Database.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Data science, Theoretical computer science, Artificial intelligence, Machine learning and Provenance. His work carried out in the field of Data science brings together such families of science as Value, Social media, Metadata and Big data. The various areas that Paolo Missier examines in his Big data study include Workflow, Data analysis and Reference architecture.
His Workflow research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Graph, Correctness, Mode, Software and Programming paradigm. Paolo Missier integrates many fields, such as Provenance, Data modeling, Evolutionary biology, Informatics, Lineage and Information retrieval, in his works. Paolo Missier has included themes like Software engineering, Set and Pruning in his Scalability study.
Paolo Missier focuses on Theoretical computer science, Computer security, Machine learning, Artificial intelligence and Data structure. His Theoretical computer science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Simple, Rule of inference and Benchmark. His work on Smart contract as part of general Computer security research is often related to Revenue and Flourishing, thus linking different fields of science.
His Machine learning research spans across into fields like Observational study, Medical history, Pneumonia, Mechanical ventilation and Respiratory failure. His research in the fields of Deep learning and Deep neural networks overlaps with other disciplines such as Culex and Aedes aegypti. The Data structure study combines topics in areas such as Python, Hash function and Graph database.
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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)
Why linked data is not enough for scientists
Sean Bechhofer;Iain Buchan;David De Roure;Paolo Missier.
Future Generation Computer Systems (2013)
Why Linked Data is Not Enough for Scientists
Sean Bechhofer;John Ainsworth;Jiten Bhagat;Iain Buchan.
international conference on e-science (2010)
Paolo Missier;Stian Soiland-Reyes;Stuart Owen;Wei Tan.
SSDBM'10 Proceedings of the 22nd international conference on Scientific and statistical database management (2010)
The W3C PROV family of specifications for modelling provenance metadata
Paolo Missier;Khalid Belhajjame;James Cheney.
extending database technology (2013)
Workflow-Centric Research Objects: A First Class Citizen in the Scholarly Discourse
K Belhajjame;O Corcho;D Garijo;J Zhao.
In: ESWC2012 Workshop on the Future of Scholarly Communication in the Semantic Web (SePublica2012); Heraklion, Greece. 2012. (2012)
Workflow-centric research objects: First class citizens in scholarly discourse.
Khalid Belhajjame;Oscar Corcho;Daniel Garijo;Jun Zhao.
extended semantic web conference (2012)
Data Quality at a Glance
P Missier;M Scannapieco;C Batini.
An overview of S-OGSA: A Reference Semantic Grid Architecture
Oscar Corcho;Pinar Alper;Ioannis Kotsiopoulos;Paolo Missier.
Journal of Web Semantics (2006)
Taverna Workflows: Syntax and Semantics
D. Turi;P. Missier;C. Goble;D. De Roure.
international conference on e science (2007)
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