[Crm-sig] E-vote for scope note part of issue 294 (CRMarchaeo)

Martin Doerr martin at ics.forth.gr
Mon Mar 21 13:36:17 EET 2022


TES!

Martin

On 3/21/2022 1:24 PM, Christian-Emil Smith Ore via Crm-sig wrote:
>
> Dear all,
>
> As the issue number indicates issue 294 has been with for a while.
>
> In the 49th joint meeting of the CIDOC CRM SIG and SO/TC46/SC4/WG9; 
> 42nd FRBR – CIDOC CRM Harmonization meeting, the sig accepted MD's 
> proposal to change the quantification of /appears in/, /restricted 
> to/, /typical for /to /many-to-many, /as well as redraft their scope 
> notes. The properties will be assigned the following AP numbers:
>
>   * AP29 appears in
>   * AP30 restricted to
>   * AP31 typical for
>
> The new scope notes 
> <https://cidoc-crm.org/sites/default/files/294_0.docx> are working 
> definitions. The relations among types (issue 407 
> <http://www.cidoc-crm.org/Issue/ID-407-ordinal-property-for-e55-type>)  
> be taken into account, together with skos and other standards.
>
> HW: SdS to edit them.
>
> The edited version of the scope notes can be found here (and copied in 
> a the end of this email:
>
> https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1qS8aBP3UVLGn-WAXH6aH2vZp4wy1ME3t 
> <https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1qS8aBP3UVLGn-WAXH6aH2vZp4wy1ME3t>
>
>
> You are invited to vote on the scope note texts (not the name of the 
> inverses which will be a separate e-vote)
>
>
> YES if you accept the edited texts
>
> NO if you don't accept the edited texts
>
> VETO if you think a e-vote is not ok at the current state
>
>
> The voting is open until 4th April.
>
>
> Best,
>
> Christian-Emil
>
>
>
> 294: E55 Type relations
> The SdS edits. The original text is highlighted in Yellow to make it 
> easier to follow the differences.
>
> OLD
> AP29 appears in
> Domain: E55 Type
> Range: E4 Period
> Subproperty:
> Quantification: many-to-many (0,n:0,n)
> Scope note: This property associates a kind of object (documented as 
> an instance of E55) to an instance of E4
> Period for indicating that objects of this kind have been generated 
> within this period. The
> generation of such objects may be the result of human, biological, 
> geological or other processes.
> This property makes a weak statement with regards to the distribution 
> of the class of object in the
> archaeological record, but also in geological or paleontological 
> observations: If the genesis of an
> object of this type can plausibly be assumed to fall within the 
> genesis of the context in which it
> was found, then the statement made with this property would support 
> reasoning, ceteris paribus,
> that the genesis period of the find context forms part of or overlaps 
> with one of the instance of E4
> Period in which the respective object type has appeared.
> Stronger claims can be made using ‘typical for’ and ‘restricted to’ 
> properties.
>
> NEW
> AP29 appears in
> Domain: E55 Type
> Range: E4 Period
> Subproperty:
> Quantification: many-to-many (0,n:0,n)
> Scope note: This property associates a kind of object (documented as 
> an instance of E55 Type) with an
> instance of E4 Period indicating that objects of this kind have been 
> brought into existence during
> this period. The genesis of such objects may be the result of human, 
> biological, geological or other
> processes.
> This property makes a weak statement about the distribution of the 
> associated object kind in the
> archaeological record: that is, if the genesis of an object of the 
> type can plausibly be assumed to
> fall within the genesis of the context within which it was found, then 
> this property supports
> reasoning, ceteris paribus, that the genesis period of the context 
> forms part of, or overlaps with,
> one of the instances of E4 Period in which the respective object type 
> has appeared. Such weak
> statements may also be useful in the context of geological or 
> paleontological observations.
> Stronger claims can be made using the properties AP30 restricted to 
> and AP31 typical for.
>
> OLD
> AP30 restricted to
> Domain: E55 Type
> Range: E4 Period
> Subproperty: appears in
> Quantification: many-to-many (0,n:0,n)
> Scope note: This property associates a kind of object (documented as 
> an instance of E55) to an instance of E4
> Period for indicating that objects of this kind have exclusively been 
> generated in this period.
> This property makes a strong statement concerning the distribution of 
> the kind of object in the
> observation record: If the genesis of an object of this type can 
> plausibly be assumed to fall within
> the genesis of the context in which it was found, then the statement 
> made with this property would
> support reasoning, ceteris paribus, that the genesis period of the 
> find context actually forms part of
> the related instance of E4 Period, or at least overlaps with it.
> In contrast, objects from previous periods may appear in a context 
> because they are still in use,
> and objects from later periods may have been pushed into an older context.
> Weaker claims can be made using the properties ‘typical for’ and 
> ‘appears in’.
>
> In First Order Logic:
> […]
> AP30(x,y) ∧ AP30(x,z) ⇒ P132(y,z)
>
> NEW
> AP30 restricted to
> Domain: E55 Type
> Range: E4 Period
> Subproperty: AP29 appears in
> Quantification: many-to-many (0,n:0,n)
> Scope note: This property associates a kind of object (documented as 
> an instance of E55 Type) with an
> instance of E4 Period indicating that objects of this kind have been 
> generated exclusively in this
> period.
> This property makes a strong statement concerning the distribution of 
> the associated object kind in
> the observed record: If the genesis of an object of this type can 
> plausibly be assumed to fall within
> the genesis of the context in which it was found, then the statement 
> made with this property would
> support reasoning, ceteris paribus, that the genesis period of the 
> find context actually forms part of
> the related instance of E4 Period, or at least overlaps with it.
> In contrast, objects from previous periods may appear in a context 
> because they are still in use,
> and objects from later periods may have been displaced into an older 
> context.
> Weaker claims can be made using the properties AP29 appears in and 
> AP31 typical for.
>
> In First Order Logic:
> […]
> AP30(x,y) ∧ AP30(x,z) ⇒ P132(y,z)
>
> OLD
> AP31 typical for
> Domain: E55 Type
> Range: E4 Period
> Subproperty: AP29 appears in
> Quantification: many-to-many (0,n:0,n)
> Scope note: This property associates a kind of object (documented as 
> an instance of E55 Type) to an instance
> of E4 Period for indicating that objects of this kind have been 
> generated in this period in
> significantly higher numbers and wider distribution, than in other 
> periods.
> This property makes a moderate statement concerning the distribution 
> of the kind of object in the
> observation record: If a sufficient number of objects of this type are 
> found in some context, and
> their genesis can plausibly be assumed to fall within the genesis of 
> the find context, then the
> statement made with this property would support reasoning, ceteris 
> paribus, that the genesis period
> of the find context is likely to forms part of the related instance of 
> E4 Period, or at least overlaps
> with it. “Sufficient number” means that the density of objects of this 
> kind in the find context is
> compatible with the general density this kind of object had in the 
> respective period in comparable
> contexts and deposition history.
> A stronger claim can be made using ‘restricted to’ while a weaker 
> claim is made using ‘appears
> in'.
>
> NEW
> AP31 typical for
> Domain: E55 Type
> Range: E4 Period
> Subproperty: AP29 appears in
> Quantification: many-to-many (0,n:0,n)
> Scope note: This property associates a kind of object (documented as 
> an instance of E55 Type) with an
> instance of E4 Period indicating that objects of this kind have been 
> generated in this period in
> significantly greater numbers and in wider distributions, than in 
> other periods.
> This property makes a moderate statement concerning the distribution 
> of the associated object
> kind in the observed record: If a "sufficient number" of 
> objects of this type are found in a context,
> and their genesis can plausibly be assumed to fall within the genesis 
> of the find context, then the
> statement made with this property would support reasoning, ceteris 
> paribus, that the genesis
> period of the find context is likely to form part of the related 
> instance of E4 Period, or at least
> overlap with it. “Sufficient number” means that the density of objects 
> of this kind in the find
> context is compatible with the general density that this kind of 
> object had during the associated
> period in contexts of a comparable nature and deposition history.
> A stronger claim can be made using AP30 restricted to while a weaker 
> claim would use AP29
> appears in.
>
>
>
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