BF1.0 included two properties that don't exist in 2.0 that I am
curious about. bf:authorityAssigner was a rdf:Property that connected
a bf:Authority to the bf:Agent who had done the work of assigning that
authority. bf:referenceAuthority was a rdf:Property that connected a
bf:Authority to some other information about the authority -- my
understanding was that this refers to some secondary authority.
So as I wrap my mind around BF 2.0, I am trying to put together an
example that expresses the following:
1) That an author of an article is represented in both LCNAF and ISNI.
2) That I used an author's homepage as a reference to verify the match.
3) That the authority matching work was done by Linn-Benton Community College.
How would I do this in BF 2.0? I took a bit of a stab at this below.
@prefix bf: <http://bibframe.org/vocab/>
@prefix isni: <http://isni.org/isni/>
@prefix lcnaf: <http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/>
@prefix rel: <http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/relators/>
_:article a bf:Work;
bf:contributor _:author .
_:author a bf:Contribution;
bf:role rel:aut ;
bf:agent lcnaf:no2013089082 .
lcnaf:no2013089082 rdfs:label "Lilley, Spencer, 1963-" ;
owl:sameAs isni:0000000418419694 ;
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