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But not if you realize that an Expression is just an instance of a Work. Semantically, there is no need to lose information.

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Van: Bibliographic Framework Transition Initiative Forum [[log in to unmask]] namens J. McRee Elrod [[log in to unmask]]
Verzonden: vrijdag 17 mei 2013 8:46
Aan: [log in to unmask]
Onderwerp: Re: [BIBFRAME] Translations in Bibframe

>Maybe the relationship is simply hierarchical ...


Unless the superwork becomes reality (which could also relate a movie
to the novel on which it is based, there is no hierachical relation of
a translation to the translated work.  That is RDA, but not
Bibframe.  The translation in Bibframe (as I understand Kevin's posts)
is its own Bibframe work, like the original.

Bibframe has works/instances, not works/expressions/instances. A
translation would not be an instance of the original work.


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