[Crm-sig] modeling texts

Martin Doerr martin at ics.forth.gr
Fri Oct 19 21:33:50 EEST 2018

Dear Massoomeh,

In addition to Athina's comments: You can describe that the /E65 
creation/ event of the second text "/used specific object/" the first 
text, which is an extension of /R2/. I would use both, R2 and the E65 
creation event. Describing derivation chains is very important and 
fundamental. The degree of derivation could be in a /P3 has note/ 
attached to the creation event. It is not important for the connectivity 
of the overall knowledge graph.

All the best,


On 10/15/2018 9:23 AM, athinak wrote:
> Dear Massoomeh,
> you can use the direct relationship  "P130 shows features of" from the 
> CRM which is a shortcut of more detailed derivation chains through 
> creation events (and parts of) that you will decide if you want to 
> model this analysis (and make a model) - otherwise you can use the 
> FRBR: R2 is derivative of
> hope I helped,
> Athina Kritsotaki
> Στις 2018-10-14 12:24, Massoomeh Niknia έγραψε:
>> Dear all,
>> I would like to know how would you model two versions of very similar
>> texts?
>> I have two texts which are the minutes of two meetings. The texts
>> approved by two groups of managers in the two different meetings. At
>> the second meeting, the managers change some approved items (one or
>> two) and make the new ones but the texts are similar to each other.
>> I would like to know which kind of relationship can describe the
>> connection between them better? they can not relate to each other as
>> the 'narrower' or 'broader' items.
>> Maybe the term "parallel texts" could define the relationship between
>> the texts but I'm not sure and I would like to know how to model such
>> a case with the CRM family models.
>> Thank you in advance.
>> Kind regards,
>> Massoomeh
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