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ISSUE-5 (Frequency): Implications of the domain of dcterms:accrualPeriodicity

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Date: Fri, 06 Jan 2012 17:00:15 +0000
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ISSUE-5 (Frequency): Implications of the domain of dcterms:accrualPeriodicity


Raised by: Phil Archer
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DCAT uses dcterms:accrualPeriodicity for its frequency property which has a domain of dcterms:Collection. As already noted in the original text, this implies that a dcat:Catalog must also be a dcterms:Collection. That seems fair enough to me but raises two questions in my mind:

1. Should we explicitly define dcat:Catalog as a sub class of dcterms:Collection? (DC states: "A collection is described as a group; its parts may also be separately described.").

2. The DCAT term frequency (dcterms:accrualPeriodicity) is used as a property of dcat:Dataset (not catalog) so is dcat:dataset also a dcterms:Collection? Again, that seems to fit without any problem so should we define it as a sub class? 

3. If the answer to 2 is yes, is dcat:Dataset a sub class of dcat:Catalog?
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