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

Zoe Schubert zoe.schubert at uni-koeln.de
Wed Mar 30 01:10:35 EEST 2022


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Am 22.03.2022 um 13:14 schrieb George Bruseker via Crm-sig <crm-sig at ics.forth.gr>:

> Yes, to the reformulated text.
> 
> With this caveat, that the underlined in the formulation, " 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," sounds stylistically  awkward. Could just switch out for 'in order to indicate that'?
> 
> Best,
> 
> George
> 
> On Mon, Mar 21, 2022 at 2:47 PM Hiebel, Gerald via Crm-sig <crm-sig at ics.forth.gr> wrote:
> YES
> Best,
> Gerald
>  
> From: Crm-sig <crm-sig-bounces at ics.forth.gr> on behalf of Martin Doerr via Crm-sig <crm-sig at ics.forth.gr>
> Reply to: Martin Doerr <martin at ics.forth.gr>
> Date: Monday, 21. March 2022 at 12:44
> To: "crm-sig at ics.forth.gr" <crm-sig at ics.forth.gr>
> Subject: Re: [Crm-sig] E-vote for scope note part of issue 294 (CRMarchaeo)
>  
> 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 are working definitions. The relations among types (issue 407)  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
>  
> 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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