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provenance

(chiefly US), provenience
a place of origin, esp that of a work of art or archaeological specimen

provenance

[′präv·ə·nəns]
(geology)
The location, topography, and composition of the source area for any sedimentary rock. Also known as source area; sourceland.
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In particular, analysts expend substantial effort managing data (for example, scripts that encode computational tasks, raw data, data products, and notes) and recording provenance information so that basic questions can be answered, such as: Who created a data product and when?
The auction house Christie's took the incomprehensible but apparently conscious decision to accept an incomplete and false chain of provenance, and refused to recognise the Austrian provenance research - and thus the professional research findings of independent experts, commissioned by the Federal Government, who worked in collaboration with the Leopold Museum Private Foundation.
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This paper presents research to meet data management needs, provenance needs, and to solve issues related to missing and corrupt data.
Researchers from Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton in collaboration with the Mixed Reality Lab at the University of Nottingham are examining how people can relate to the concept of digital provenance of objects through the free The Apocalypse of MoP ARG.
Adopting the structure of the provenance list, the film moves backward, starting in the slick and austere residences of the collectors who acquired the furnishings, with smooth tracking shots slowly bringing each chair and table into view.
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Le nouveau ministre israelien de la Defense Moshe Ylon a averti qu'IsraE1/2l repondrait a toutes les attaques contre son territoire apres des tirs de roquettes en provenance de la bande de Gaza et des echanges de tirs israelo-syriens sur les hauteurs du Golan.
The Introduction, by editors Feigenbaum and Reist, outlines the role of provenance in much of twentieth century art scholarship.
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