[Crm-sig] ISSUE 295 homework

Martin Doerr martin at ics.forth.gr
Mon Jan 8 21:57:16 EET 2018


On 1/8/2018 4:25 PM, Øyvind Eide wrote:
> Dear Martin, and all,
>
> it looks good to me. Given the deprecation of E84 it could be nice to 
> add a sentence to the scope note of E24, something like:
>
> ”Instances of this class can act as carriers of instances of E73 
> Information Object.”
OK, see below!
>
> Regards,
>
> Øyvind
>
>> Am 04.01.2018 um 18:39 schrieb Martin Doerr <martin at ics.forth.gr 
>> <mailto:martin at ics.forth.gr>>:
>>
>> Dear All,
>>
>> Here my proposals:
>>
>>
>>     "ISSUE 295
>>
>> Following Martin’s proposal to remove class E84 since it does not 
>> satisfy the requirements proposed on issue 340, the sig proposed the 
>> examples of material carrier of a digital object to be moved to E24 
>> of an E25 digital feature and possibly to E78 οr put example for E78 
>> of Server holding Digital Asset Management.
>>
>> Finally, the sig asked Martin to make an example. The issue will be 
>> complete with examples. It is decided to be created a new issue for 
>> covering the discussion aboutE84 staying or going"
>>
>> *I propose:
>>
>> Delete:*
>>
>>
>>       E84 Information Carrier
>>
>> Subclass of:E22 <x-msg://33/#_E22_Man-Made_Object> Man-Made Object
>>
>>
>> Scope note:This class comprises all instances of E22 Man-Made Object 
>> that are explicitly designed to act as persistent physical carriers 
>> for instances of E73 Information Object.
>>
>> An E84 Information Carrier may or may not contain information, e.g., 
>> a diskette. Note that any E18 Physical Thing may carry information, 
>> such as an E34 Inscription. However, unless it was specifically 
>> designed for this purpose, it is not an Information Carrier. 
>> Therefore the property /P128 carries (is carried by)/ applies to E18 
>> Physical Thing in general.
>>
>> Examples:
>>
>> §the Rosetta Stone
>> §my paperback copy of Crime & Punishment
>> §the computer disk at ICS-FORTH that stores the canonical Definition 
>> of the CIDOC CRM
>>
>> In First Order Logic:
>>
>> E84(x) ⊃E22(x)
>>
>> *New examples in:*
>>
>> *E78 Curated Holding***
>>
>> Subclass of: E24 <x-msg://33/#_E24_Physical_Man-Made_Thing> Physical 
>> Man-Made Thing
>>
>>
>> Scope note:This class comprises aggregations of instances of E18 
>> Physical Thing that are assembled and maintained (“curated” and 
>> “preserved,” in museological terminology) by one or more instances of 
>> E39 Actor over time for a specific purpose and audience, and 
>> according to a particular collection development plan.Typical 
>> instances of curated holdings are museum collections, archives, 
>> library holdings and digital libraries. A digital library is regarded 
>> as an instance of E18 Physical Thing because it requires keeping 
>> physical carriers of the electronic content.
>>
>> Items may be added or removed from an E78 Curated Holding in pursuit 
>> of this plan. This class should not be confused with the E39 Actor 
>> maintaining the E78 Curated Holding often referred to with the name 
>> of the E78 Curated Holding (e.g. “The Wallace Collection decided…”).
>>
>> Collective objects in the general sense, like a tomb full of gifts, a 
>> folder with stamps or a set of chessmen, should be documented as 
>> instances of E19 Physical Object, and not as instances of E78 Curated 
>> Holding. This is because they form wholes either because they are 
>> physically bound together or because they are kept together for their 
>> functionality.
>>
>> Examples:
>>
>> §the John Clayton Herbarium
>> §the Wallace Collection
>> §Mikael Heggelund Foslie’s coralline red algae Herbarium at Museum of 
>> Natural History and Archaeology, Trondheim, Norway
>> §The Digital Collections of the Munich DigitiZation Center (MDZ) 
>> accessible via https://www.digitale-sammlungen.de/ at least in 
>> January 2018.
>>
>> In First Order Logic:
>>
>> E78(x) ⊃E24(x)
>>
>> *E24 Physical Man-Made **Thing***
>>
>> Subclass of:E18 <x-msg://33/#_E18_Physical_Thing> Physical Thing
>>
>> E71 <x-msg://33/#_E71_Man-Made_Thing>Man-Made Thing
>>
>> Superclass of: E22 <x-msg://33/#_E22_Man-Made_Object>Man-Made Object
>>
>> E25 <x-msg://33/#_E25_Man-Made_Feature>Man-Made Feature
>> E78 <x-msg://33/#_E78_Collection>Collection
>>
>> Scope Note:This class comprises all persistent physical items that 
>> are purposely created by human activity.
>>
>> This class comprises man-made objects, such as a swords, and man-made 
>> features, such as rock art. No assumptions are made as to the extent 
>> of modification required to justify regarding an object as man-made. 
>> For example, a “cup and ring” carving on bedrock is regarded as 
>> instance of E24 Physical Man-Made Thing. In particular it includes 
>> all material carriers of information such as books, inscribed stones 
>> ,writings on walls, sherds or digital media.
>> Examples:
>> §the Forth Railway Bridge (E22)
>> §the Channel Tunnel (E25)
>> §the Historical Collection of the Museum Benaki in Athens (E78)
>> §the Rosetta Stone (E22)
>> §my paperback copy of Crime & Punishment (E22)
>> §the computer disk at ICS-FORTH that stores the canonical Definition 
>> of the CIDOC CRM (E22)
>> §my empty DVD disk (E22)
>>
>>
>> In First Order Logic:
>>
>> E24(x) ⊃E18(x)
>>
>> E24(x) ⊃E71(x)
>>
>>
>> Properties:
>>
>> P62 <x-msg://33/#_P62_depicts_%28is_depicted%20by%29> depicts (is 
>> depicted by): E1 <x-msg://33/#_E1_CRM_Entity> CRM Entity
>> (P62.1 mode of depiction: E55 <x-msg://33/#_E55_Type> Type)
>> P65 <x-msg://33/#_P65_shows_visual_item%20%28is%20shown%20by%29> 
>> shows visual item (is shown by): E36 <x-msg://33/#_E36_Visual_Item> 
>> Visual Item
>>
>> *Scope Note extension:**
>> *
>>
>> *E25 Man-Made Feature***
>>
>> Subclass of:E24 <x-msg://33/#_E24_Physical_Man-Made_Thing> Physical 
>> Man-Made Thing
>>
>> E26 <x-msg://33/#_E26_Physical_Feature>Physical Feature
>>
>> Scope Note:This class comprises physical features that are purposely 
>> created by human activity, such as scratches, artificial caves, 
>> artificial water channels, etc. In particular it includes the 
>> information encoding features on mechanical or digital carriers.
>>
>> No assumptions are made as to the extent of modification required to 
>> justify regarding a feature as man-made. For example, rock art or 
>> even “cup and ring” carvings on bedrock a regarded as types of E25 
>> Man-Made Feature.
>>
>> Examples:
>>
>> §the Manchester Ship Canal
>> §Michael Jackson’s nose following plastic surgery
>> §The laser-readable “pits” engraved June 2014 in my CD-R, copying 
>> songs of Edith Piaf’s.
>> §The carved letters on the Rosetta Stone
>>
>> In First Order Logic:
>>
>> E25(x) ⊃E26(x)
>>
>> E25(x) ⊃E24(x)
>>
>>
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