compared with
Current by Vladimir Alexiev
on Oct 20, 2011 10:20.

This line was removed.
This word was removed. This word was added.
This line was added.

Changes (4)

View Page History

h1. Utility and Usage in Research Space project
This ontology will may be used to represent Bibliographical references coming from British Museum (Rembrandt) Rembrandt data.

Vlado: it's quite extensive. Can you please give a specific example from Susanna, and what you'd map it to?
Vlado: it's quite extensive, and I'd rather not involve extra ontologies unless there is a proven need.
We must first try to use (or extend) CRM entities/properties.
Rembrandt data doesn't include enough structured fields to warrant the use of a separate ontology. Literature (references) are described using 1 or 2 fields:
<literatuur>K. Bauch, Rembrandt Gemälde, Berlijn 1966, nr. 18</literatuur>
<literature>A.B. de Vries, M. Tóth-Ubbens, W. Froentjes, Rembrandt in the Mauritshuis, Alphen aan de Rijn 1978, p. 121-125</literature>
<standaardbron>Hofstede de Groot 1907-1928</standaardbron>
<standaardbron_deel_pagina>dl. 6, nr. 57</standaardbron_deel_pagina>

These are better mapped to simple notes (optionally with type):
crm:P70B.is_documented_in [crm:P3F.has_note "K. Bauch, Rembrandt Gemälde, Berlijn 1966, nr. 18"];
crm:P70B.is_documented_in [crm:P3F.has_note "Hofstede de Groot 1907-1928";
crm:P3F1.has_note [crm:P2F.has_type rst:note/publication/volumeAndPages; crm:P3F2.has_note "dl. 6, nr. 57"]];

Or we can define a sub-property:
{code}crm:P70B.is_documented_in [crm:P3F.has_note "Hofstede de Groot 1907-1928"; rso:P3F.volume_and_pages "dl. 6, nr. 57"];{code}

Or we can just concatenate the two strings, since the volume/pages reference is not structured anyway:
{code}crm:P70B.is_documented_in [crm:P3F.has_note "Hofstede de Groot 1907-1928; dl. 6, nr. 57"];{code}