Issue 411: Intended Audience attribute of LRM and P103 was intended for (was intention of)

Starting Date: 
2019-11-27
Working Group: 
3
Status: 
Done
Closing Date: 
2019-06-13
Background: 
In  the 42nd joined meeting of the CIDOC CRM SIG and ISO/TC46/SC4/WG9 and the 35th FRBR - CIDOC CRM Harmonization meeting , during the discussion about  mapping  LRM-E3-A3 (issue 360), in what concerns the Intended Audience attribute, it was proposed that instead of coming up with a new Rxx property such that would link an F2 Expression to an activity pattern, to be used by a specific group of people –which, in its turn would function as a constraint on the type of the activity –the alternative of extending E71 Man-made Thing : P103 was intended for (was intention of): E55 Type is best opted for. The reasoning is that the description “children’s book” does not evoke a particular use in the context of given group; what it does instead, is relate the designated object to the group of people it is suited for –in this case children. 
Given the disagreement the crm-sig decided the expanding the scope of P103 ‘was intended for (was intention of) to be formed into a new issue. 
 
Berlin, November 2018
 
Current Proposal: 

In the 44th joint meeting of the CIDOC CRM SIG and ISO/TC46/SC4/WG9; 37th FRBR - CIDOC CRM Harmonization meeting, the sig decided that P103 was intended for (was intention of) should best be modelled as a shortcut to a number of full paths –the latter need be specified and then be unified.  PR re-redrafted the scope note for P103 which was accepted and SS  made some more editorial revisions.  The revised scope note is here.

GB suggested that a separate audience-related property be introduced from E71 Human-Made Thing, in order to capture the difference between a target-audience and the actual instances of E71 Human-Made Things being used.
DECISION: The sig appointed GB to form an issue concerning the split of use vs. target audiences and propose possible solutions.

This issue is closed.

Paris, June 2019
 

Reference to Issues:

360