[tdwg-tag] Where to put LSIDs on tdwg ontology objects
Ben.Richardson at dec.wa.gov.au
Mon Oct 6 04:10:34 CEST 2008
Doesn't TaxonConcept allow:
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> Cc: Terry Catapano; Patrick Leary
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> In our GBIF/EOL/Plazi SPM project, Terry Catapano and I have formed
> the conclusion (I hope wrong...) that there is not any place on
> several lsidvoc objects to hang an lsid (or any other GUID) asserted
> to identify that object. For example, we don't see any place to put
> one on a TaxonConcept or on a PublicationCitation. In the October 1
> example at
> http://wiki.tdwg.org/twiki/bin/view/SPM/PlaziEOLProject we have a
> placeholder hack using
> <tc:TaxonConcept rdf:ID="_tc2">
> <tc:nameString xml:lang="en">Dodous bispinosus</tc:nameString>
> but this is not valid in the tdwg ontology because hasInformation
> requires an InfoItem as its object.
> We use other objects that face this problem, e.g. TaxonName, and I
> guess it is quite a broad issue (or not an issue at all if we are
> Can someone recommend a valid way to address this, either for these
> three objects, or preferably, in general? If so, thanks in advance.
> If we are right, how about adding an InfoItem class named GUID, that
> includes an enumeration of the usual suspects, suitably typed.
> Robert A. Morris
> Professor of Computer Science
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