Swiss Art Research Infrastructure CIDOC-CRM Extension

IRI : http://w3id.org/sari

Current version : 1.0

Imported ontologies : CIDOC-CRM: http://www.cidoc-crm.org/cidoc-crm/

Authors : George Bruseker (Foundation for Research & Technology), Nicola Carboni (University of Zurich)

This work is distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.


Abstract

This document, automatically generated from the official access point, presents an extension of CIDOC-CRM develop within the Swiss Art Research Infrastructure (SARI) project to support propositions about persons and their social relations.

Namespace: The namespace for SARI terms is http://w3id.org/sari

Prefix: The suggested prefix for SARI is sari

RDFS: an RDFS version of the ontology is available on this link

Table of Content

Introduction

This document presents an extension of CIDOC-CRM. It is developed within the Reference Entity Model project of the Swiss Art Reseach Infrastructure and targeted to sustain propositions about persons and their social relations which do not have yet a correspondence within the CRM.

Graphical Overview

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Classes

SRPC3 in social relation

The class SRPC3 materializes the SRP3 relation as a class. It does so to enable an n-ary construct used to indicate the nature of the the relationship that holds between the instance of E21 person designated as its domain and the instance of E21 Person designated as its range. i.e.: if E55 instantiated as Father then the semantic interpretation of this is E21(a) 'has father' E21(b), the relation is not symmetric.

Proprieties

Properties

SRP1 used language (was language used by)

Domain: E21 Person
Range: E56 Language
Subproperty: P75 possesses (is possessed by)

This property identifies former or current instances of E56 Language known by an E39 Actor.

SRP2 had occupation (was occupation of)

Domain: E21 Person
Range: E55 Type
Subproperty: P2 has type (is type of)

This field is used to indicate occupations/general roles that an E39 Actor has played in its life; This documentation is at the level of a general characteristic and is not the documentation of particular periods in which occupations/roles were undertaken.

SRP3.1 relation type

Domain: SRPC3 in social relation
Range: E55 Type

The property documents the type of family relationship exists between two individuals.