has identity defining component – histP30

histP30 has identity defining component

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Quantification:

0,n:1,1

Scope note:

As a high level property and subproperty of involves – histP1 the present property expresses the fact that the range class is an identity defining component of the domain Temporal entity. This means that the identity of the domain Temporal entity depends on the range class instance and no alternative instances are allowed (against the general rule of CIDOC CRM) for this property.

E.g. in the case of a Birth – E67 there can be no discussion about the person which is P98 brought into life by a specific instance of a birth. A specific instance of a birth is always related to just one person. A discussion (and therefore production of alternative property instances) can take place concerning the P97 from father  property or the birth place, but never about the P98 brought into life property. This is necessary to allow data consistency in an information system and avoid considering e.g. the same birth instance as the birth of five different people which makes discussion impossible about the father or birth place of one specific person.

This property has no direct instances but is used to specify the role of the instanciated subproperties as identifying properties for the domain temporal entity.

Examples:

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In First Order Logic:

  • histP30(x,y) ⊃ E2(x)
  • histP30(x,y) ⊃ E1(y)
  • histP30(x,y) ⊃ histP1(x,y)

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As a high level property and subproperty of involves – histP1 the present property expresses the fact that the range class is an identity defining component of the domain Temporal entity. This means that the identity of the domain Temporal entity depends on the range class instance and no alternative instances are allowed (against the general rule of CIDOC CRM) for this property. E.g. in the case of a Birth – E67 there can be no discussion about the person which is P98 brought into life by a specific instance of a birth. A specific instance of a birth is always related to just one person. A discussion (and therefore production of alternative property instances) can take place concerning the P97 from father  property or the birth place, but never about the P98 brought into life property. This is necessary to allow data consistency in an information system and avoid considering e.g. the same birth instance as the birth of five different people which makes discussion impossible about the father or birth place of one specific person. This property has no direct instances but is used to specify the role of the instanciated subproperties as identifying properties for the domain temporal entity. en WIP 0

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Identifier : histP30

Domain and range

E2 Temporal Entity → histP30 has identity defining component → E1 CRM Entity  (Quantifiers 0,n:1,1)

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Parent properties

Domain Property Range Justification Root namespace View association
Temporal Entity – E2 (0,n) histP1 involves (0,n) CRM Entity – E1 CIDOC CRM Generic Extension for Historical Data Management and Interoperability

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