domain class has identity defining component (is identity defining participant of domain) – P2

P2 domain class has identity defining component (is identity defining participant of domain)

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Scope note:

This is an abstract property – do not use it in profiles !

As a high level meta-property the present property expresses the fact that the range class is an identity defining component of the domain class This means that the identity of the domain class instance depends on the associated range class instance and no alternative instances are allowed for this property against the general rule of CIDOC CRM.

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 (or a limited range of persons in the case of twins, triplets, etc.). 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 mother, 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:

  • P2(x,y) ⊃ E1(x)
  • P2(x,y) ⊃ E1(y)
  • P2(x,y) ⊃ P1(x,y)

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This is an abstract property – do not use it in profiles ! As a high level meta-property the present property expresses the fact that the range class is an identity defining component of the domain class This means that the identity of the domain class instance depends on the associated range class instance and no alternative instances are allowed for this property against the general rule of CIDOC CRM. 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 (or a limited range of persons in the case of twins, triplets, etc.). 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 mother, 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 : P2

Domain and range

E1 CRM Entity → P2 domain class has identity defining component (is identity defining participant of domain) → E1 CRM Entity  (Quantifiers 0,n:0,n)

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domain class has identity defining component (is identity defining participant of domain) * en 2021-04-14 0

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Parent properties

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Temporal Entity – E2 (0,n) P1 involves (0,n) CRM Entity – E1 CIDOC CRM extension for humanities and social sciences (SDHSS) – ongoing 0

Ancestor properties

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Child and descendant properties

Domain Property Range Depth Property namespace
Birth – E67 (1,1) P98 brought into life (was born) (0,n) Person – E21 1 CIDOC CRM version 6.2
Membership – C5 (0,n) P1 was a membership of (had a membership) (1,1) Actor – E39 1 Social, legal and economic life (SDHSS) ongoing
Social Quality of an Actor (Temporal entity) – C1 (0,n) P13 pertains to (has quality) (1,1) Actor – E39 1 Social, legal and economic life (SDHSS) ongoing
Occupation (Temporal entity) – C8 (0,n) P4 is occupation of (has occupation) (1,1) Person – E21 1 Social, legal and economic life (SDHSS) ongoing
Occupation (Temporal entity) – C8 (0,n) P5 is about (is occupation of) (0,1) Occupation – C7 1 Social, legal and economic life (SDHSS) ongoing
Person – E21 (1,1) P21 has state of mind (is state of mind of) (0,n) Individual State of Mind – C7 1 CIDOC CRM extension for humanities and social sciences (SDHSS) – ongoing
Use – C23 (0,n) P30 is use by actor (makes use of) (1,1) Actor – E39 1 CIDOC CRM extension for humanities and social sciences (SDHSS) – ongoing
Use – C23 (0,n) P32 is use of (is used by) (1,1) Persistent Item – E77 1 CIDOC CRM extension for humanities and social sciences (SDHSS) – ongoing
Identifier – E42 (1,1) P18 is valid identifier of (concerns identifier) (0,1) Identifier Validity – C23 1 SD4SHH CIDOC CRM supplement – ongoing
Identifier Validity – C23 (0,n) P18 is identification of (has identification) (1,1) CRM Entity – E1 1 SD4SHH CIDOC CRM supplement – ongoing

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