MetaRelate Predicates

MetaRelate Vocabulary

The MetaRelate vocabulary is used to define a mapping relationship between metadata collections. It enables the assertion that one metadata collection is translationally equivalent to another metadata collection from a different scope.

Classes

Component

URI: http://www.metarelate.net/predicates/index.html#Component

URI: Component.

Definition: A collection of metadata statements within a defined type, as defined by the secondary rdf:type of the Component.

Label: Component

Mapping

URI: http://www.metarelate.net/predicates/index.html#Mapping

Definition: An annotated assertion that one Component is translationally equivalent to one other Component.

Label: Mapping

ValueMap

URI: http://www.metarelate.net/predicates/index.html#ValueMap

Definition: A value transfer between the source and target Components of the mapping.

Label: ValueMap

Properties

invertible

URI: http://www.metarelate.net/predicates/index.html#invertible

Definition: a “True”/”False” flag to indicate if the reciprocal relationship (target => source) is valid

Label: invertible

source

URI: http://www.metarelate.net/predicates/index.html#source

Definition: a metarelate Component which this mapping translates from

Label: source

target

URI: http://www.metarelate.net/predicates/index.html#target

Definition: a metarelate Component which this mapping translates to

Label: target

identifier

URI: http://www.metarelate.net/predicates/index.html#identifier

Definition: a predicate which is used to identify this resource

Label: identifier

identifiedBy

URI: http://www.metarelate.net/predicates/index.html#identifiedBy

Definition: one of a collection of predicates used to identify the resource

Label: identifiedBy