[Crm-sig] HW issue 332 (CRMsci): scope note for "Oxx split from"

Athanasios Velios a.velios at arts.ac.uk
Sun Jun 2 23:29:22 EEST 2019


Dear all,

I am sending you a proposal for a scope note for the new sub-property of
O5 (and not O3, I think, as mentioned in 332) to be discussed in Paris.

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Oxx split (was split by)
Domain: S2 Sample Taking
Range: S13 Sample
Subproperty of: S2 Sample taking: O5 removed (was removed by): S13 Sample
Scope note:This property associates an instance of S2 Sample Taking
with an instance of S13 Sample that was removed during this activity.
The resulting S13 Sample maintains the characteristic qualities of the
the instance of S10 Material Substantial that the sample was taken from.
This property should be used to model cases when a homogenous sample is
split into multiple ones.

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All the best,

Thanasis

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Dr. Athanasios Velios
Reader in Documentation
Ligatus
University of the Arts London
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