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Subject:

Re: RDF dual properties

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Thomas Berger <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 14 May 2015 15:38:40 +0200

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Am 14.05.2015 um 14:03 schrieb Wallis,Richard:
> Going back to the original question - although bf:title was used as an
> example, it is a pattern that is repeated for many properties across the vocab
ulary.
> 
> Many would also want to say:
> 
> <http://bibframe.example.com/workX>   bf:creator   “William Shakespeare” .

maybe I'm already blinded by too much RDF exposure, but wouldn't evoce some
"creator" attribute the gist of an entity in ~many~? And therefore they would
not have trouble understanding a more convoluted phrase like "workX is by
the creator who goes by the name "William Shakespeare"?

This of course does not decide the original question, since it allows either
a "more aggregated" property to assert

<http://bibframe.example.com/workX>   bf:creatorName   “William Shakespeare”

or the exact mapping of the indirection already contained in the natural
language expressoin (the entity known as ...) by insertion of an anonymous
node:

<http://bibframe.example.com/workX>   bf:creator  [ rdfs:label “William
Shakespeare” ].

For me string valued statements like
<http://bibframe.example.com/workX>   xy:creator   “William Shakespeare”
negate the possibility of the object being an entity and therefore make
sense only within an restricted model or context xy which a priory has
agreed upon not ever needing entities as values for the "creator" predicate.

[So actually this (creators "are" strings) reflects the AACR2 mindset, where
the "label" as a string is in 1:1 correspondence to a real world object
and linking the data to something outside the bib record would just increase
the complexity without gaining anything]


viele Gruesse
Thomas Berger
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