Stuart, I have looked at this although I cannot say that i have
given it its due. However, one thing I noticed was this:
_:local002 bf:contributor http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/name-101762.html.
The subject of this is the Agent or Author (as a blank node).
bf:contributor is the predicate, and the resource is the object. I
can't find bf:contributor in the documentation, but my gut feeling
is that it probably means:
resource -> bf:contributor -> [contributor name or id]
Can you point me to bf:contributor? It's probably right in front of
me but I'm not seeing it.
On 5/19/13 12:02 AM, Stuart Yeates
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I've done a worked example of how I want to use BIBFRAME in my academic library
I work through roughly in order of my understanding of the mapping and/or the ability of BIBFRAME to support what I want to do. I'm focused entirely on the structural aspects rather than the labels and so forth.
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