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Re: Arrangements, attribution and edge cases...

From: Paola Di Maio <paola.dimaio@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 3 Jun 2019 14:51:34 +0800
Message-ID: <CAMXe=SoYr7_=nRq=TXYT=AiZpqujrzzxmAheWL-dTkp4cjwPXA@mail.gmail.com>
To: schema@webfeet.org
Cc: "schema.org Mailing List" <public-schemaorg@w3.org>
interesting points, webfeet

Looks to me like yet another Knowledge Representation challenge (or at
least, this is how I see it).

Please consider expanding your thinking and submit a manuscript?
https://www.mdpi.com/journal/systems/special_issues/Artificial_Intelligence_Knowledge_Representation


Best
PDM



On Mon, Jun 3, 2019 at 2:34 PM <schema@webfeet.org> wrote:

> A collection of thoughts, gaps and edge cases...
>
> For recordings...
>
> 1..
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>     For a MusicComposition it is possible to specify a composer. What is
>     not clear is how to markup that a tune is traditional...
>
>     There are many shades of meaning here; something can be
>     'traditional'; be written by 'anon'; the source is 'unknown' (or the
>     source is simply not mentioned),
>
> 2...
>
>     In a similar case, it is possible to specify that there's been an
>     arrangement (musicArrangement property), but I don't see a property
>     where you can give the arranger (who can be a person or group).
>
>     I can imagine that it's possible to use a Role for the arranger but
>     it would be nice to have a canonical example
>
> 3...
>
>     Further, for a 'collected' (or 'recollected') traditional tune, how
>     might one markup whom the tune was collected from or which published
>     collection it was found in...
>
> 4...
>
>     How do you mark up a Spoken Word recording (something that is not
>     music), specifically so that it is not assumed to be music. Looking
>     for something like "musicCompositionForm" but a little broader.
>     Again a canonical example would be nice.
>
> 5...
>
>     It would be nice to have an example of markup of an album
>     re-released with bonus tracks. It seems overkill to duplicate markup
>     for the common tracks - but it is not clear how you might include
>     additional tracks in a different MusicRelease
>
> 6...
>
>     It seems as if the schema.org markup differs from that used in
>     MusicBrainz, do we assume that anything consuming this data has to
>     handle both formats?
>
> And for events...
>
> 7...
>
>     A CreativeWork can have a genre; it would make sense for an Event
>     also to have the same...
>
> So many things, so many things...
>
>     Webfeet
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