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On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 9:07 AM, Simon Grant <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> On 25 November 2010 13:25, Jakob Voss <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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>> On 25.11.2010 13:16, Simon Grant wrote:
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>>>    3. A combination (set) of values. This could be different from a
>>>    range, for instance if {2000-12,2000} is the set of the month
>>>    December 2000 and the year 2000, which is not the same as the year
>>> 2000.
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>>> Maybe that's OK, but I don't yet understand the practical application of
>>> a set of date/time values. Perhaps it would be clearer (to me at least)
>>> to have some concrete examples?
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>> For instance if a book has been published several times, it's publication
>> date is a set of dates.
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> How do you square this with FRBR?

I was wondering the same.

> I wouldn't take seriously any proposed single entity with a publication set
> of dates.
> Doesn't this mean that the entity covers a set of other things each with
> their own publication date?

I'd say so.

Bruce

> Any other examples?
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> Thanks
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> Simon
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