A more clearly intentional case where bf:uri has a real resource as object
is in:

Which includes:
    bf:hasInstance [ a bf:Electronic, bf:Instance ;
            bf:instanceOf <> ;
            bf:label "Electronic Resource" ;
            bf:uri <> ]

So I think it's a little more pervasive a mistake than it might initially
appear.  That was a resource chosen entirely at random (actually I just
googled "bibid library of congress" and clicked the first link to get a
bibid for the comparison tool and that's what came up)

Hope that helps,


On Thu, Jul 10, 2014 at 1:43 PM, Ford, Kevin <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> > An example in the documentation of when this isn't the case is in bf:uri
>> > ( ) where there is a real resource
>> as the
>> > object of the bf:uri predicate.
>> > And thus that it could have properties like identifierQualifier,
>> > identifierAssigner and so forth.  Maybe that's the intent, but it
>> doesn't really
>> > seem that way?
>> I think this is a mistake.  So, actually, thanks for bringing that to our
>> attention.
> Okay, that was one of the pieces of evidence that I was basing my opinion
> on, so please bear that in mind!