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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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Provenance is important in healthcare because it helps a person or entity receiving data be confident in its authenticity, trustworthiness, and reliability.
Provenance provides continuity and consistency in a fast-changing world and across the growing multitude of platforms through which customers engage with brands, and that builds trust, which is a key element of perceived value.
In this fact provenance scheme, we'd hopefully be able to trace information back to the source and detect evidence of manipulation.
Its importance has prompted research focused on identifying the best provenances for growth and improving the management of the species.
With its own distinctive style and features, every Rolls-Royce motor car is unique; which is why the knowledgeable team at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Doha is on hand at all stages of the purchase to guide customers through their choice of vehicle and assist in the selection of luxurious accessories, helping put a personal stamp on each Provenance Rolls-Royce motor car as well," it adds.
Several three-year-olds, including Suffused and Chain Of Daisies, are respected in receipt of weight, but Provenance might have a bit more wherewithal when it matters to finally break her hex at this level.
The provenance and ROPs dendrograms were generated using the Unweighted Pair Group Method with Arithmetic Mean (UPGMA) algorithm in Popgene 1.
Their topics include access control and semantic web, the inference problem, cloud computing tools and frameworks, a language for provenance access control, provenance data representation for inference control, inference control through query modification, implementing the inference controller, a cloud-based policy manager for assured information sharing, security and privacy with respect to inference, and big data analytics and inference control.
Recent foodservice menu launches have shifted from a general "ethnic" theme focused on heat and Hispanic or Asian flavors to a focus on provenance, Tracy points out.
Our Flavours with Provenance were extremely well received, particularly the fruit flavours.
Dans une declaration a la TAP, le porte-parole officiel du ministere de l'Interieur, Mohamed Ali Laroui, a precise que ce reseau s'est specialise dans la contrebande de fusils de chasse en provenance de Libye.
Data correction and provenance is vital in managing issues arising from missing or corrupt data due to sensor failure, fouling, drifting, calibration error, or data logger failure.