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BIBFRAME May 2013

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Re: Documents and improvements

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Jörg Prante <[log in to unmask]>

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Bibliographic Framework Transition Initiative Forum <[log in to unmask]>

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Sat, 4 May 2013 00:22:35 +0200

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Am 03.05.13 15:49, schrieb Eric Miller:
> Jörg, could you elaborate on what you mean by a 'formal definition'. 
> Are you asking for more concise, refined set of definitions for the 
> BIBFRAME concepts or are you referring more to model theory notion of 
> formality? 

One of my point is, I try to understand how Bibframe could be harmonized 
with the CIDOC modeling efforts. To find equivalences or similarities in 
the definitions of CIDOC classes and properties I think some level of 
formalization could be helpful.

I learned that CIDOC 
http://www.cidoc-crm.org/official_release_cidoc.html was derived into a 
formal RDF schema. There is also http://erlangen-crm.org/ for a previous 
effort to build a CIDOC OWL 1 ontology. And there is FRBRoo, a 
harmonization effort of FRBR with CIDOC, encoded as RDF schema 
http://www.cidoc-crm.org/frbr_drafts.html

My hope is the underlying Bibframe model is not too far away from 
FRBRoo. Or we have to add another conceptual model to our work :)
> Correct. The BIBFRAME model builds on the Semantic Web/RDF set of definitions and concepts. In hindsight I should have added a more library specific view of glossary terms. If I had, it would have looked similar to the above. Thanks.
>
My definitions are just a rough sketch from my personal viewpoint of a 
software developer. From my discussions with librarians I know there is 
also another vocabulary, sometimes with crude semantics I do not fully 
understand ;) I try to build a unified model for extending interlibrary 
loan service from "things" to "resources", which may also be available 
by accessing local or remote files, for example PDF documents. In that 
way, delivering files over a network by a library service could be 
modeled analogous to the delivery of a copy of a physical thing. Nothing 
new - libraries deliver files over networks to patrons for 20,30 years. 
But I learned that library items (FRBR items) may or may not include 
such copies, to my surprise.

Jörg

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