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@InProceedings{RosimNamOliMarQua:2018:WoPrMe,
               author = "Rosim, S{\'e}rgio and Namikawa, La{\'e}rcio Massaru and 
                         Oliveira, Jo{\~a}o Ricardo de Freitas and Martino, M{\^o}nica de 
                         and Quarati, Alfonso",
          affiliation = "{Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)} and {Instituto 
                         Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)} and {Instituto Nacional de 
                         Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)} and {Institute of Applied Mathematics 
                         and Information Technologies National Research Council Genoa} and 
                         {Institute of Applied Mathematics and Information Technologies 
                         National Research Council Genoa}",
                title = "Workflow provenance metadata to enhance reuse of South America 
                         drainage datasets",
            booktitle = "Proceedings...",
                 year = "2018",
                pages = "16--23",
         organization = "International Conference on eDemocracy and eGovernment, 5. (ICEDEG 
                         )",
            publisher = "IEEE",
             keywords = "Workflow provenance metadata, South America drainage datasets, 
                         Open Data.",
             abstract = "South America is vulnerable to various natural disasters such as 
                         earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, floods and landslides. Such 
                         events must be prevented or at least managed, by public 
                         institutions through the provisioning of proper and accurate 
                         environmental information and tools. The paper presents an Open 
                         Data approach to enhance the release of South America drainage 
                         datasets in order to be quickly exploitable by both governmental 
                         Institution and private organization coping with such emergencies. 
                         The Open Data paradigm is followed to respond to the e-Government 
                         requirement for a transparent, stable and standard information 
                         source to be sharable and reusable across sectors and disciplines. 
                         The paper contribution is to enhance drainage datasets 
                         exploitation through provenance information of the data processing 
                         workflow enabling trust, and allowing data reproducibility. It 
                         presents a practice to describe entities and processes involved in 
                         producing drainage networks derived from a DEM. Metadata of 
                         workflow provenance is provided according to the W3C PROV data 
                         model. Moreover, the paper provides information about datasets 
                         publication as Open Data as well as information about their 
                         access.",
  conference-location = "Ambato, Ecuador",
      conference-year = "04-06 apr.",
                 issn = "2573-1998",
             language = "en",
           targetfile = "rosim_workflow.pdf",
        urlaccessdate = "26 nov. 2020"
}


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