J. McRee Elrod writes:
>>Maybe I'm missing something, but if we capture each subelement in
>>it's own property, there'd be no need to parse a long string with
>>ISBD punctuation.You'd know exactly what was in each, even if you
>>didn't have a display system.
> If it is in Chinese characters, I don't know where the place ends and
> the publisher begins, nor where the title proper ends and subtitle
> begins. I only got up the 300 characters and gave up.
I still don't see the issue though: if the semantic data that you parse
out based on punctuation is represented with an explicit predicate in
BIBFRAME why do you need the punctuation, unless you yourself are doing
<http://beida.cn/id/12345> <foo:pubPlace> "北京"@zh_CN
<http://beida.cn/id/12345> <foo:publisher> "北京大学出版社"@zh_CN
Of course in theory Peking University Press will have its own record, so
you wouldn't actually have these literals associated with the particular