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Role for provenance #32
As there are no clear mechanisms to specify a default graph in RDFa we are left making general statements about the affiliation of the person, missing the opportunity to restrict the affiliation set to the affiliations relevant for the scholarly article.
OrganizationRole helps a bit as it allows to specify the timespan of the affiliation. Given that we also know the date when the article was created and published it helps restricting the set of relevant affiliation but the issue of excluding some affiliation relevant to that time span remains (see Princeton and Harvard example above).
Ideally we find a schema.org solution not involving creating new subclasses or new properties.
See also: #35
So, this is crazy thinking but...
Could this more usefully be modelled using
Long shot, just a thought.
I think that what we have should be fine because we have a named graph (
If this is not enough, maybe, we could leverage the fact that the range of
Here we are saying that