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To a lesser extent, the same can be said of holdings locations - which 
can be nested pretty deep: institution - sub-unit - building - 
alcove.... Each could use links to maps.

kc

On 6/24/15 9:56 AM, Vitus Tang wrote:
>
> If I understand it correctly, a bibframe Item could be as broad as an 
> entire run of a serial publication, or a whole archival collection. 
> These compound items could have large number of component items, each 
> representing a part of a large and complicated Instance. In such 
> scenarios, it would seem the bf:enumerationAndChronology property 
> would be key to expressing how each component item fits into the 
> compound item, and how all these Items relate to each other. I am 
> concerned that the expected value of this property is “literal”, as 
> specified in the proposal.
>
> Enumeration and chronology information is often hierarchical (e.g. the 
> MARC holdings format provides for six levels of enumeration and four 
> levels of chronology), and consists of parts that would best be 
> separately identified (e.g. separate the caption from the numbering) 
> if the data is to be machine-processable. And I think most libraries 
> would want this kind of data machine-processable, in order to support 
> features such as finding a specific volume/number/part of a serial, a 
> specific box or folder of an archival collection, or displaying a set 
> of items in their intended order. Is there any way that 
> bf:enumerationAndChronology can be extended to support this type of 
> information?
>
> Thanks.
>
> -- Vitus
>
> Vitus Tang
> Metadata Department
> Stanford University Libraries
>
> *From:* Bibliographic Framework Transition Initiative Forum 
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] *On Behalf Of *Denenberg, Ray
> *Sent:* Friday, June 19, 2015 8:42 AM
> *To:* [log in to unmask]
> *Subject:* [BIBFRAME] BIBFRAME Item Proposal
>
> Attached, the second of several proposals:  BIBFRAME Item Proposal.
>
> Ray Denenberg
>
> Library of Congress
>
> 202-707-5795
>

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