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Tags: barriers, bibliographic, Copac, inf11, jiscexpo, linkeddata, locah, mimas, modelling, RDF
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Nice post. Keep up the good work, we can learn from your adventures
One first remark: I think you can’t use “same as” relations for FRBR Items and Manifestations. By definition, a FRBR Item is NOT the same as a FRBR Manifestation. Have you considered using other relations?
The same could apply to multiple Items of the same Manifestation, although in this case it might be valid.
I am still new at implementing linked data, so I may see it completely wrong. Just tell me
Thanks Yes, I think you’re right – I wrote this before our meeting yesterday, where Leigh Dodds introduced me to skos:exactmatch and skos:closematch, which look like they’ll be a better fit than ‘sameas’.
I haven’t explored vocabularies for Copac in any depth yet – that’s the next step, and I’m sure there’ll be a blog post or 2 about it!
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