On 18/06/11 07:11, Hugh Cayless wrote:
> At our IDP project meeting, we've just been talking about RDF-ish links for bibliography too.
> In sum, we'll use relatedItem/@type and ptr inside bibl to indicate relationships between bibliographic records like dc:isPartOf (article part of journal or book) or bibi:cites / bibo:reviewOf / bibo:reproducedIn. We're still thinking about the details, but something like:
> ...Stuff about the current bibliography entry...
> <relatedItem type="dc:isPartOf">
> <ptr target="http://example.com/uri_of_related_record" />
> ...Stuff from the related record you want to display in the current record...
> which would express an RDF triple like
> prefix dc:<http://purl.org/dc/terms/>
> <http://example.com/url_of_the_current_record> <dc:isPartOf> <http://example.com/uri_of_related_record>
> I'm not sure I'm happy using @type this way—it needs more pondering. Maybe a linking attribute would be better.
Why is that, Hugh? It seems OK to me (assuming for your example that the
declaration for the "dc" prefix appears at the root of the TEI document
- is that tei:relatedItem/@type value a CURIE?).
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