Martynus posted:

>In the Linked Data world, based on URIs and RDF, >two distinct
>classes of resources are most important: - information resources
>(digital documents) >- non-information resources (physical objects
>and abstract concepts)

Sort of like the difference between ISBN/ISSN/DOI which identify the
resource, and LCCN/OCN which identify a description of the resource?

We find the two concepts are often conflted.

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