Jane - yes, in your example ...
rdfs:label "Allen, Paula Gunn" ;
rdfs:label "Paula Gunn Allen, Native American writer" ;
bf:agent lcnaf:n81139185 ;
bf:agent wd:Q435902 .
... where there are two labels and two links supplied you cannot readily associated a label with the link that it corresponds to. If you need to associate them, you would have to follow the links. (Or just one link; if you associate one label with one of the links you can probably assume that the other label is associated with the other link.)
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> From: Bibliographic Framework Transition Initiative Forum
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Jane Sandberg
> Sent: Tuesday, July 19, 2016 2:41 PM
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> Subject: Re: [BIBFRAME] Name authorities in BIBFRAME?
> Thanks for your helpful response, Ray!
> What happens if two authority sources offer different labels for a person? For
> example, in the following example, LCNAF refers to a person as "Allen, Paula
> Gunn", while wikidata refers to her as "Paula Gunn Allen, Native American
> writer". However, it's impossible to tell which name authority provided which
> Is there a cool way to do this? Or have BIBFRAME designers decided that this it
> is not important to preserve these data? Granted, I can't necessarily think of a
> specific use case for recording the providers of specific authorized labels, but it
> just seems like something that'd be nice to have (and something that MARC
> includes in the second indicator or $2 of many fields, such as the 600 field).
> @prefix bf: <http://bibframe.org/vocab/> @prefix lcnaf:
> @prefix rel: <http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/relators/>
> @prefix wd: <https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/>
> _:article a bf:Work;
> bf:contributor _:author .
> _:author a bf:Contribution;
> bf:role rel:aut ;
> rdfs:label "Allen, Paula Gunn" ;
> rdfs:label "Paula Gunn Allen, Native American writer" ;
> bf:agent lcnaf:n81139185 ;
> bf:agent wd:Q435902 .
> On Mon, Jul 11, 2016 at 4:21 PM, Ray Denenberg <[log in to unmask]>
> > Hi Jane -
> > bf:authorityAssigner from 1.0 is generalized in 2.0. to bf:assigner.
> > referenceAuthority. Yes, in 1.0 the idea was to be able to designate
> > a principal authority and to distinguish it from one or more secondary
> > authorities. In 2.0 the concept of a principal is discarded.
> > Instead, you can supply multiple agents within a single contribution.
> > (The obvious question is, if you supply two agents for, let’s say
> > author, how do you know whether there are two authors or if they are
> > just different authorities for the same author. The answer is, if
> > there are two authors, supply separate contributions.)
> > Ray
> >> On Jul 11, 2016, at 5:49 PM, Jane Sandberg <[log in to unmask]>
> >> Hi everyone,
> >> BF1.0 included two properties that don't exist in 2.0 that I am
> >> curious about. bf:authorityAssigner was a rdf:Property that
> >> connected a bf:Authority to the bf:Agent who had done the work of
> >> assigning that authority. bf:referenceAuthority was a rdf:Property
> >> that connected a bf:Authority to some other information about the
> >> authority -- my understanding was that this refers to some secondary
> >> So as I wrap my mind around BF 2.0, I am trying to put together an
> >> example that expresses the following:
> >> 1) That an author of an article is represented in both LCNAF and ISNI.
> >> 2) That I used an author's homepage as a reference to verify the match.
> >> 3) That the authority matching work was done by Linn-Benton Community
> >> How would I do this in BF 2.0? I took a bit of a stab at this below.
> >> Appreciatively,
> >> -Jane
> >> @prefix bf: <http://bibframe.org/vocab/> @prefix isni:
> >> <http://isni.org/isni/> @prefix lcnaf:
> >> <http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/>
> >> @prefix rel: <http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/relators/>
> >> _:article a bf:Work;
> >> bf:contributor _:author .
> >> _:author a bf:Contribution;
> >> bf:role rel:aut ;
> >> bf:agent lcnaf:no2013089082 .
> >> lcnaf:no2013089082 rdfs:label "Lilley, Spencer, 1963-" ;
> >> owl:sameAs isni:0000000418419694 ;
> >> foaf:homepage
> >> <http://www.massey.ac.nz/massey/expertise/profile.cfm?stref=334330> .
> >> --
> >> Jane Sandberg
> >> Electronic Resources Librarian
> >> Linn-Benton Community College
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