[Crm-sig] Call for e-vote: LRMoo class F27 and property R16

Martin Doerr martin at ics.forth.gr
Wed Mar 9 19:12:04 EET 2022


YES to all.

Martin

On 3/9/2022 1:18 AM, Pat Riva via Crm-sig wrote:
> Hello all,
>
> Following the discussion of F27 
> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1bSvLLTy4WGQVPzeXo4brfIRDqtihYapYjBDzcsZKgF8/edit>during 
> SIG 52 in February, further work on revised scope notes for F27 and 
> R16 was completed. It is presented here for an e-vote.
>
>
> This vote is in 2 parts: a-F27; b-R16
>
>
> Please vote Yes to accept the revised scope notes, or No to not accept 
> them. If voting no, please explain. I will summarize the results to 
> the list on March 20.
>
>
> a) Revised scope note for class F2, renamed as Work Creation
>
>
> This class comprises activities by which instances of F1 Work come 
> into existence. An instance of F27 Work Creation can serve to document 
> the period a work was coming into existence and the circumstances of 
> it, when these are known.
>
>
> An instance of F27 Work Creation marks the initial creation of an 
> instance of F1 Work through expressions or other externalizations that 
> are sufficiently elaborated so that the characteristic conceptual 
> identity of the work could be recognised as existing.
>
>
> In many cases this will coincide with the first known complete 
> externalisation of an expression of the work. In other cases, the 
> initial creation of an instance of F1 Work may be inferred from 
> multiple, or later, expressions or other forms of evidence. For 
> instance, commissioning of a work may explicitly be agreed on after 
> the presentation of an already complete and detailed elaboration of 
> the work that was not made public. Performances may be prior to 
> written expressions, as in the case of Shakespeare’s works.
>
>
> The work, as an intellectual construction, may evolve from its initial 
> creation onwards, until the last known expression of it.
>
>
> An instance of E39 Actor with which a work is associated through the 
> chain of properties F1 Work. R16i was created by: F27 Work Creation. 
> P14 carried out by: E39 Actor corresponds to the notion of the 
> “creator” of the work.
>
>
>
> *-For comparison, the current scope note of F27*
>
>
> This class comprises beginnings of evolutions of works.
>
>
> An instance of F27 Work Conception marks the initiation of the 
> creation of an instance of F1 Work. The work, as an intellectual 
> construction, evolves from this point on, until the last known 
> expression of it. An instance of E39 Actor with which a work is 
> associated through the chain of properties F1 Work. R16i was initiated 
> by: F27 Work Conception. P14 carried out by: E39 Actor corresponds to 
> the notion of the “creator” of the work. In the case of commissioned 
> works, it is not the commissioning that is regarded as the work 
> conception, but the acceptance of the commission.
>
>
> This event does not always correlate with the date assigned in common 
> library practice to the work, which is usually a later event (such as 
> the date of completion of the first clean draft).
>
>
> In addition, F27 Work Conception can serve to document the 
> circumstances that surrounded the appearance of the original idea for 
> a work, when these are known.
>
>
>
> b) Revised scope note for property R16, renamed "created (was created by)"
>
>
> -Revised scope note:
>
> This property associates the initial creation of a work and the 
> instance of F1 Work that was created.
>
>
>
> - Current scope note of R16
>
>
> This property associates the first conception of a work and the 
> instance of F1 Work itself that ensued from a given initial idea.
>
>
> It marks the origin of the causality chain that results in a work’s 
> coming into existence.
>
>
>
> Thanks, Pat
>
> Pat Riva
>
> Associate University Librarian, Collection Services
>
> Concordia University
>
> Vanier Library (VL-301-61)
>
> 7141 Sherbrooke Street West
>
> Montreal, QC H4B 1R6
>
> Canada
>
> pat.riva at concordia.ca
>
>
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