[Crm-sig] Domain and range of P90

Conal Tuohy conal.tuohy at gmail.com
Wed Feb 28 10:39:12 EET 2018


I have used rdf:value for this purpose.
https://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-schema/#ch_value

The CRM's origin was outside of the RDF space, and it is still considered
to be something more abstract than any concrete expression in RDFS or OWL.
This is why, I think, there remains a puzzling gap between RDF resources
which are instances of CRM classes and their literal values which must be
expressed using primitive RDF data types. The point of rdf:value, as I
understand it, is to fill in gaps like these.

On 22 February 2018 at 02:04, Carlisle, Philip <
Philip.Carlisle at historicengland.org.uk> wrote:

> Dear all,
> Naïve question.
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> Is there any reason why P90 has value could not/should not change its
> domain and range from:
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> Domain:                        Range
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> E54 Dimension              E60 Number
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> to
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> E1 CRM Entity              E59 Primitive Value
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> I look forward to you answers
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> Phil
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