[Crm-sig] issue scope note of E32, sorry
João Oliveira Lima
joaoli13 at gmail.com
Thu Nov 10 15:12:35 EET 2011
My first suggestion is to replace:
" thesauri, authority lists, documents and instances of knowledge
organizing systems that define terminology or conceptual systems for
" thesauri, authority lists, instances of knowledge organizing systems and
documents that define terminology or conceptual systems for consistent use."
It seem that the expression "that define terminology or conceptual
systems for consistent use" was a restriction specific to the "document"
scope because the others elements ( encyclopaedia, thesauri,
authority lists and also KOS ), by definition, are linked with the
terminology or conceptual system idea.
The second suggestion is to replace the term “encyclopaedia” by
According Google Books Ngram Viewer (link below), since the 1900s, the
use of the term “encyclopedia” is more common than “encyclopaedia”.
Joao Alberto de Oliveira Lima
Brazilian Federal Senate - System Analyst
On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 9:07 AM, Christian-Emil Ore <c.e.s.ore at iln.uio.no>wrote:
> The scope-note of E32 to be extended to cover KOS. The term KOS,
> Knowledge Organizing Systems is very wide. KOS is the system or method
> for organizing information and not the information itself. Thus KOS and
> SKOS are instances of E29 design or procedure. The content of a database
> using SKOS is an instance of E31 Document and may bbe an instance of E32
> Authority Document. Thus instances of KOS need not necessarily be
> confined to E32. We may use E31. Since the issue was to extend E32, I
> give a draft scope note below. It should however, be discussed if the
> E31 should be used instead.
> New scope note:
> E32 Authority Document
> Subclass of: E31 Document
> Scope note: This class comprises encyclopaedia, thesauri, authority
> lists, documents and instances of knowledge organizing systems that
> define terminology or conceptual systems for consistent use.
> Webster's Dictionary
> Getty Art and Architecture Thesaurus
> the CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model
> the GeoNames geographical database
> P71 lists (is listed in): E1 CRM Entity
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> Crm-sig at ics.forth.gr
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