Source: Thematix Partners LLC ( Elisa Kendall)
The domain of hasTag is constrained to be an Identifier. So if it is used to provide a text symbol or code string associated with a code, the code is inferred to be an identifier, which is not always the case. The domain declaration should be eliminated.
Reported: LCC 1.1 — Wed, 8 Sep 2021 19:41 GMT
Disposition: Resolved — LCC 1.2
Loosen the domain of hasTag and the constraint on Identifier for how many things an identifier can identify
This resolution affects Section 8.2, Languages, in the specification as well as the machine-readable files for the Language Representation ontology.
Updated: Thu, 31 Mar 2022 19:32 GMT
- 8.6 Definition of Identification Schemes and Identifiers.png 53 kB (image/png)
- 8.6 Definition of Identification Schemes and Identifiers.svg 559 kB (image/svg+xml)
- LanguageRepresentation.rdf 49 kB (application/rdf+xml)
LCC12 — The hasTag property uses a domain of Identifier which causes inference issues for codes
- Key: LCC12-9
- OMG Task Force: Languages, Countries and Codes 1.2 RTF