Issue 474: Editorial check of changes in CRMarcheo

ID: 
474
Starting Date: 
2020-02-18
Working Group: 
3
Status: 
Open
Current Proposal: 

Posted by CEO on 18/2/2020

Dear all,

A small task force, Achille Felicetti, Gerald Hiebel and I, has  suggested changes to the CRMarcho document. The new version number is  1.5.0.  The SIG should go through the document and check the changes (as was done for the  CRMbase in Heraklion, October). They are all marked with track changes. The document  can be accessed at  http://www.cidoc-crm.org/crmarchaeo/ModelVersion/version-1.5.0

In the 46th joint meeting of the CIDOC CRM SIG and ISO/TC46/SC4/WG9; 39th FRBR - CIDOC CRM Harmonization meeting; The sig went through the editorial changes proposed by CEO, AF and GH (version 1.5.0 – draft) with Editorial status: In progress since [21/2/2020]. A summary of the changes accepted and relevant discussion points can be here. The proposed examples in the above document are accepted in principle. Changes in the scope notes/examples/quantification of properties etc. are thoroughly listed under Appendix.  The file used in the meeting may be found here.

Athens, February 2020

Posted by Steve on 26/2/2020

PFA

HW for AP25 and AP26

 

CB note: have not discussed in 46th crm-sig

 

Posted by Martin on 1/6/2020

Dear All,

Here my attempt

OLD:

AP9 took matter from (provided matter to)
Domain:                            A4 Stratigraphic Genesis
Range:                              S10 Material Substantial
Superproperty of: O18 altered (was altered by)
 
Quantification:    one to many (0,n:0,1)

Scope note:      The slabs from the collapse of the upper storey’s paved floor of Room 5 of West House in ancient Akrotiri (S10) provided matter to the formation of two slab deposit layers on the ground floor (A4).
 
Example:           
 
In First Order Logic:

AP9(x,y) ⊃ A4(x)
AP9(x,y) ⊃ S10(y)
AP9(x,y) ⊃  O18(x,y)

NEW:

Scope note:      This property associates an instance of A4 Stratigraphic Genesis with an instance of S10 Material Substantial, from which      

                            matter was incorporated in the instance of A8 Stratigraphic Unit produced by this genesis.
 
                            The instance of A8 Stratigraphic Unit produced by an instance of A4 Stratigraphic Genesis can be documented by using the    

                            property AP7 produced (was produced by) and should be distinct from the instance of S10 Material Substantial from which

                            matter was taken. The latter instance will be modified or cease to exist due to the respective genesis process.
 
Example:         The formation of two slab deposit layers on the ground floor of Room 5 of the West House in ancient Akrotiri (A4) took matter

                          from The slabs of the collapsed upper storey’s paved floor (S10)

Posted by Martin on 1/6/2020

    Dear Achille,

Please also correct the typo in A4:

"Properties:

AP7 produced (was produced by): A8 Stratigraphic Unit or A3 Stratigraphic Interface

AP9 took matter from (provided matter to): S10 Material Substantial

"
should be:

"Properties:

AP7 produced (was produced by): A8 Stratigraphic Unit

AP9 took matter from (provided matter to): S10 Material Substantial
"

Posted by Martin on 1/6/2020

Continuing with AP7:

OLD:

AP7 produced (was produced by)

Domain:              A4 Stratigraphic Genesis
Range:                A8 Stratigraphic Unit
Subproperty of:  O17 generated

Quantification:    one to many (0,n:0,1)
 
Scope note:         This property identifies the A8 Stratigraphic Unit that was produced during an A4 Stratigraphic Genesis Event.

  Examples:    The layers of pumice and volcanic ash, about one metre thick, covering the ancient city of Akrotiri (A8) was produced by the
                            explosion of the ancient Santorini’s volcano (A4) (see Fig. 5, 8).

In First Order Logic:

AP7(x,y) ⊃ A4(x)
AP7(x,y) ⊃ A8(y)
AP7(x,y) ⊃ O17(y)

NEW:
Scope note:         This property identifies an instance of A8 Stratigraphic Unit that was produced by an instance A4 Stratigraphic Genesis. One
                                instance of A4 Stratigraphic Genesis may produce more than one instances of A8 Stratigraphic Unit.

  Examples:         The explosion of the ancient Santorini’s volcano (A4) produced The layers of pumice and volcanic ash, about one metre thick,
                                covering the ancient city of Akrotiri (A8) [see Fig. 5, 8]