Simon Miles mostly deals with Provenance, World Wide Web, Workflow, Process and Software engineering. In his work, Simon Miles performs multidisciplinary research in Provenance and Set. His studies in World Wide Web integrate themes in fields like Quality, Epoch, Data model and Access control.
Simon Miles has researched Workflow in several fields, including Web service, Data mining, Security domain, Software agent and Data science. His work deals with themes such as Annotation, Intelligent agent, Grid computing, Multi-agent system and Documentation, which intersect with Process. His Software engineering research includes themes of e-Science, Programming language, Architecture and Reference architecture.
His main research concerns World Wide Web, Provenance, Process, Software engineering and Multi-agent system. His World Wide Web study which covers Service that intersects with Quality of service. His Provenance research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Database and Data science.
His study looks at the intersection of Process and topics like Workflow with e-Science. His Multi-agent system study incorporates themes from Autonomous agent, Management science and Knowledge management. His study in the field of Technical documentation is also linked to topics like Internal documentation.
Simon Miles spends much of his time researching Multi-agent system, Distributed computing, Service, Autonomous agent and Resource. His research in Multi-agent system intersects with topics in Formal verification and Management science. His work on Service provider as part of general Service research is frequently linked to Work, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His Autonomous agent research includes elements of Computer security and World Wide Web. The World Wide Web study combines topics in areas such as Requirements analysis and Usability. Simon Miles incorporates Provenance and Data science in his research.
Simon Miles mainly focuses on Service, Computer security, Distributed computing, Multi-agent system and Risk analysis. The various areas that he examines in his Computer security study include Autonomous agent and Legal aspects of computing. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Resource under Distributed computing, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Evaluation function and Grid resources.
His studies in Multi-agent system integrate themes in fields like Compliance, Software deployment and Theoretical computer science. His Risk analysis research integrates issues from Bounded function and Norm. His Quality of service research also works with subjects such as
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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)
PROV-DM: The PROV Data Model
Khalid Belhajjame;Reza B'Far;James Cheney;Sam Coppens.
The provenance of electronic data
Luc Moreau;Paul Groth;Simon Miles;Javier Vazquez-Salceda.
Communications of The ACM (2008)
The First Provenance Challenge
Luc Moreau;Bertram Ludaescher;Ilkay Altintas;Roger S. Barga.
Special Issue: The First Provenance Challenge
Luc Moreau;Bertram Ludäscher;Ilkay Altintas;Roger S. Barga.
Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience (2008)
The requirements of using provenance in e-Science experiments
Simon Miles;Paul T. Groth;Miguel Branco;Luc Moreau.
Journal of Grid Computing (2007)
A Trace-Driven Analysis of Caching in Content-Centric Networks
Gareth Tyson;Sebastian Kaune;Simon Miles;Yehia El-khatib.
international conference on computer communications and networks (2012)
An Architecture for Provenance Systems
Paul Groth;Sheng Jiang;Simon Miles;Steve Munroe.
Electronically querying for the provenance of entities
international provenance and annotation workshop (2006)
Automating experiments using semantic data in a bioinformatics grid
C. Wroe;C. Goble;M. Greenwood;P. Lord.
IEEE Intelligent Systems (2004)
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