> _Wow_, I'm gald I missed this discussion! :-)
Galled? You should be! ;)
I used my PhD work as an example of how the FRBR model is totally
inadequate to deal with real world situations.
(In as much as anything like the below could be described as 'real world')
Suffice to say, nobody really cared, but it stopped anyone from saying
that we needed to do some strange FRBRization of CQL and context sets.
>> 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
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