_Wow_, I'm gald I missed this discussion! :-)
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> > Here's an example illustration the FRBR model according to my
> > interpretation. [...]
> The most informative bit of Tillett's presentation is, IMO:
> WORK is realized by an EXPRESSION is embodied in a MANIFESTATION is
> exemplifed by an ITEM
> This doesn't fit nicely into CQL as they're one to many relationships.
> Can someone put the following set of relationships into FRBR?
> Froissart from 1360 to 1400 (or thereabouts) wrote and revised
> his Chronicle of the 100 years war (4 books, 1st book has 3 major
> versions, the first major version has 3 minor versions, each of which has
> between 5 and 20 different exemplars)
> Between 1405-1420, a team in Paris copied and illuminated one of the A
> versions of book 1. It was later combined with a version of book 2. This
> physical manuscript is now in the Morgan Library in New York.
> Between 1998 and 2000, I dutifully transcribed that manuscript's text into
> XML. This is available in TeX, Xml, PDF and DHTML. I have a copy of the
> rendered TeX version printed out, and a copy of the XML printed out.
> To me:
> Work: Chronicles
> Expression: 'Premiere Redaction, Proprement Dite'
> Expression: A family
> Expression: M.804 text
> Manifestation: group of all M.804s (length 1)
> Item: The M.804 Manuscript
> Expression: Rob's transcription of the M.804 manuscript
> Manifestion: TeX (digital copy)
> Manifestation: Rendered TeX (paper)
> Item: My copy at home.
> Manifestion: XML
> Item: Copy on my laptop
> Item: Copy on a CD submitted for my PhD
> Manifestation: Paper
> Item: My copy at home
> But FRBR doesn't allow for Manifestations or Expressions of Items, or
> Manifestations of Manifestations or ...?
> If I'd transcribed the scratches on the microfilm of the manuscript, then
> we'd need another level to say that it's not the manuscript that I created
> an expression of, it's a particular copy of a microfilm of that item.
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