[Crm-sig] HW: More CLP scope notes

Martin Doerr martin at ics.forth.gr
Tue Jun 11 18:24:50 EEST 2019


Dear All,

Here more proposed scope notes for the redefined CLP properties:


*CLP43 **defines dimension (is defined for):*

Domain: F3 <#_F3_Manifestation_Product> Manifestation

Range: E54 <#_E54_Dimension_> Dimension

Quantification:      (1,n:1,1)

Scope note:           This property associates an instance of F3 
Manifestation with an instance of E54 Dimension characterizing aspects 
of the symbolic content, such as word counts, or of the physical form 
foreseen for the exemplars carrying this F3 Manifestation, such as 
number of pages. In case the F3 Manifestation is an abstraction of a 
singleton item, the property may describe dimensions of the actual 
physical form the F3 Manifestation is abstracted from. This logical 
inference is an induction along the path that can be modelled as: F3 
Manifestation R7i has example F5 Item P2 has type: E55 Type.

It can happen that a given exemplar, or subset of exemplars, originally 
produced, or intended to be produced, with that characteristic, 
accidentally lacks it. This fact should be recorded as a property of F5 
Item, and not of F3 Manifestation.

Examples:             The publication entitled ‘Functional Requirements 
for Bibliographic Records: final report’, published by K. G. Saur in 
1998, identified by ISBN ‘3-598-11382-X’ (F3) CLP43 defines dimension 
height (E54): P90 has value ‘24’ (E60) and P91 has unit ‘cm’ (E58)

The jigsaw puzzle entitled ‘Map of the New York city subway system’, 
designed by Stephen J. Voorhies and released around 1954 by the Union 
Dimes Savings Bank (F3) CLP43 defines dimension length and height (E54) 
P3 has note ‘46 x 29 cm’ (E62)


*CLP46 **defines material part (defines part for)*

Domain: F3 <#_F3_Manifestation_Product> Manifestation

Range: F3 <#_F3_Manifestation_Product> Manifestation

Quantification:      (0,n:0,n)

Scope note:           This property associates an instance of F3 
Manifestation which prescribes that all its physical exemplars will 
contain as separatable parts an exemplar of the associated instance of 
F3 Manifestation. In case the F3 Manifestation is intended to be used 
and distributed in digital form, the property should describe the form 
in which a physical copy can be obtained. In case the F3 Manifestation 
is an abstraction of a singleton item, the property describes the actual 
physical form the F3 Manifestation is abstracted from. This logical 
inference is an induction along the path that can be modelled as: F3 
Manifestation R7i has example F5 Item P2 has type: E55 Type.

Examples:             The publication product identified by ISBN 
‘0618260587’ and consisting of a 3-volume edition of J.R.R. Tolkien’s 
‘The Lord of the rings’ (F3) CLP46 defines material part the publication 
product identified by ISBN ‘0618260595’ and consisting of an edition of 
J.R.R Tolkien’s ‘The two towers’ (F3)

The publication product issued by Deutsche Grammophon in 1998 and 
consisting of a recording of Richard Wagner’s ‘Der fliegende Holländer’ 
as performed in 1991 by Plácido Domingo, Cheryl Studer et al., and 
conducted by Giuseppe Sinopoli (F3) CLP46 defines material part the 
publication product consisting of printed programme notes and libretto 
with French and English translations (F3)

*CLP57 defines number of parts**
***
Domain: F3 <#_F3_Manifestation_Product> Manifestation Product Type

Range: E60 <#_E60_Number_1> Number

Quantification:      (1,1:0,n)

Scope note:           This property associates an instance of F3 
Manifestation with an instance of E60 Number, which denotes the number 
of physical units all exemplars of that publication should consist of. 
In case the F3 Manifestation is intended to be used and distributed in 
digital form, the property should describe the form in which a physical 
copy can be obtained. In case the F3 Manifestation is an abstraction of 
a singleton item, the property describes the actual physical form the F3 
Manifestation is abstracted from. This logical inference is an induction 
along the path that can be modelled as: F3 Manifestation R7i has example 
F5 Item P2 has type: E55 Type.

Examples:             The jigsaw puzzle entitled ‘Map of the New York 
city subway system’, designed by Stephen J. Voorhies and released around 
1954 by the Union Dimes Savings Bank (F3) CLP57 defines number of parts 
76 (E60)

The publication entitled ‘History of costume: in slides, notes, and 
commentaries’ by Jeanne Button, Patricia Quinn Stuart, and Stephen 
Sbarge, released by Slide Presentations (New York) ca. 1975 (F3) CLP57 
should have number of parts 1,491 (E60) [Number of physical units of the 
exemplar held by the Gelman Library of the George Washington University, 
as observed by a cataloguer from the Gelman Library of the George 
Washington University when he/she catalogued that particular exemplar 
and recorded the statement: ‘1,491 slides in 14 slide trays + 6 ring 
binders in cases (30 x 29 cm.)’]

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