Provenance and Traceability Research Group

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Welcome!

The Provenance and Traceability Research Group focuses on techniques for connecting related information that may be heterogeneous, distributed, or owned by different people.  We take a problem-driven approach to research–we investigate the underlying challenges to provenance and software traceability and devise techniques or tools to address these challenges.  While we primarily work within the domains of software engineering and e-Science, our work is also applicable to other domains where large digital records are collected and maintained.

Recent Events

October 20th-October 24th, 2014 –  Graduate Student Ailifan Aierken presents A Multi-Level Funneling Approach to Data Provenance Reconstruction in Guaruja, Brazil

October 11th, 2014 – Subha Vasudevan and team wins First Prize at the 3rd International Women’s Hackathon 2014 in Seattle, Washington.

October 8th – October 10th, 2014 – Qi Zhang attends The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing in Phoenix, Arizona. Qi received a scholarship sponsored by  JP Morgan.

July 2014 – Mohammed Daubal presents Tracing Domain Data Concepts in Layered Applications  at The 26th  International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE 2014), in Vancouver, Canada

May 9th, 2014 – Karen Potts presents Uncovering File Relationships using Association Mining and Topic Modeling at UW Bothell Undergraduate Research Symposium.

March 26th, 2014 – Karen Potts presents Uncovering File Relationships using Association Mining and Topic Modeling at the Sixth International Conference on Information, Process and Knowledge Management (eKNOW 2014), in Barcelona, Spain

December 27, 2013 — Uncovering File Relationships using Association Mining and Topic Modeling  is accepted as a research paper at eKNOW 2014.

June 29th, 2013 – Nathan Duncan presents Using Change Entries to Collect Software Project Information at the 2013 International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE 2013), in Boston MA.

May 10th, 2013 – Nathan Duncan presents Using Change Entries to Collect Software Project Information at UW Bothell Undergraduate Research Symposium.

April 19, 2013 – Using Change Entries to Collect Software Project Information is accepted as a regular paper of SEKE 2013.

February 24th, 2013 – Publication of Towards Recovering Provenance with Experiment Explorer paper.

December, 2012 – Acceptance of Towards Recovering Provenance with Experiment Explorer paper.

July 9th – July 19th, 2012 – Del Davis conducts an evaluation of Experiment Explorer at  Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

June 14th and 15th, 2012 – Del Davis presents  Experiment Explorer: Experiment Explorer: Lightweight Provenance Search over Metadata at TaPP 2012

May 15th, 2012 – Del Davis presents Experiment Explorer: Experiment Explorer: Lightweight Provenance Search over Metadata at UW Bothell Undergraduate Research Symposium.

May 7th, 2012 – Acceptance of Experiment Explorer: Lightweight Provenance Search over Metadata paper