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classifier URN prefix           Classifier_Prefix
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Version                         Version




Notes:
Use National Information Standards Organization (NISO), 2005, Guidelines for the construction, format, and management of
monolingual controlled vocabularies: ANSI/NISO Z39.19-2005, Bethesda Md., NISO Press, 184 pages, ISBN: 1-880124-65-3.
(accessed at http://www.niso.org/standards/resources/Z39-19-2005.pdf, 6/19/06) for semantic relationships between
vocabulary terms, supplemented by Allen and Ferguson (1994) temporal relationships (1 dimensional topology) that are
needed to express ordering relationships between time ordinal eras in a time scale or events in an event vocabulary.




Narrower term relationship is deprecated in favor of usage of broader term links for hierarchical relationships. This makes
searching easier because hierarchy links are always from a narrow (child) term to a broader (parent) terms.



Review process and timeline for vocabulary release with GeoSciML v2:

  1. reviewers post comments directly to TWIKI page as they're going over things
  2. reviewers put comment in excel spreadsheet in subversion and update the repository, and vocabulary shephard compiles
and copies comments to TWIKI
  3. reviewers download copy of spreadsheet, put comments in and e-mail to Steve.Richard (at) azgs.az.gov to post
comments to TWIKI. This would be necessary for those w/o write permission to subversion repository.

I've found the easiest way to work on these is in the spreadsheet. There's a discussion column where comments on terms
can be inserted. I'd like to see a public process where the comments would also be posted on the TWIKI pages for each
vocabulary.

The timeline for v2 release has Nov 1 for end of testing and decisions on final form, Release Dec 15. Vocab reviews should
be in by Oct 15 to give time for finalizing v2 vocabs based on comments before end of testing. Generation of GeologicVocab?
documents would follow between Nov1 and Dec 15, this process should be automatable as long as we keep the
spreadsheets in a consistent form
             VALUE
             VocabularyRelation
             Converted from Excel document.
             2009-07-14
             Stephen M Richard
             This file contains the 200811 version of CGI Vocabular relationship type vocabulary. Use National Information Standards Organ
             urn:cgi:classifier:CGI:VocabularyRelation
             urn:cgi:classifierScheme:CGI:VocabularyRelation
             200811




Guidelines for the construction, format, and management of
 thesda Md., NISO Press, 184 pages, ISBN: 1-880124-65-3.
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should be automatable as long as we keep the
nal Information Standards Organization (NISO), 2005, Guidelines for the construction, format, and management of monolingual controlled vo
agement of monolingual controlled vocabularies: ANSI/NISO Z39.19-2005, Bethesda Md., NISO Press, 184 pages, ISBN: 1-880124-65-3. (ac
184 pages, ISBN: 1-880124-65-3. (accessed at http://www.niso.org/standards/resources/Z39-19-2005.pdf, 6/19/06) for semantic relationship
df, 6/19/06) for semantic relationships between vocabulary terms, supplemented by Allen and Ferguson (1994) temporal relationships (1 dim
(1994) temporal relationships (1 dimensional topology) that are needed to express ordering relationships between time ordinal eras in a time
s between time ordinal eras in a time scale or events in an event vocabulary. Narrower term relationship is deprecated in favor of usage of
ip is deprecated in favor of usage of broader term links for hierarchical relationships. This makes searching easier because hierarchy links a
hing easier because hierarchy links are always from a narrow (child) term to a broader (parent) terms.
 Hkey         Term       Synonym   Parent   Parent_URN
01..  Synonym




02..   Near synonym




03..   Related term




04..   Lexical variant




05..   Broader term
05.1..   Broader generic relation   Broader term            broader_term




05.1.1 Most specific subsuming      Broader generic relation broader_generic_relation
       term
05.2.. Instance of                  Broader term            broader_term




05.3..   Part of                    Broader term            broader_term




09..     Target follows source




10..     During

11..     Interval starts
12..   Interval finishes
                                Definition
"Synonyms are terms whose meanings are regarded as the same or
nearly the same in a wide range of contexts. True synonyms are rare
in natural language. Although the terms are interchangeable in many
circumstances, usage can vary as a result of such factors as level of
formality, professional vs. lay context, or pejorative vs. neutral vs.
complimentary connotation."


"Near-synonyms are terms whose meanings are generally regarded
as different, but which are treated as equivalents for the purposes of a
controlled vocabulary. The extent to which terms are treated as near-
synonyms depends in large measure upon the domain covered by the
controlled vocabulary and its size. Near-synonyms may include
antonyms or represent points on a continuum.
Examples:
sea water / salt water [variant terms]
meteors / meteorites / meteoroids [points on a continuum]
"This relationship covers associations between terms that are neither
equivalent nor hierarchical, yet the terms are semantically or
conceptually associated to such an extent that the link between them
should be made explicit in the controlled vocabulary, on the grounds
that it may suggest additional terms for use in indexing or retrieval. "
"As a general guideline, whenever one term is used, the other should
always be implied within the common frames of reference shared by
the users of the controlled vocabulary. Moreover, one of the terms is
often a necessary component in any explanation or definition of the
other; the term cells, for example, forms a necessary part of the
definition of cytology."

Lexical variants differ from synonyms in that synonyms are different
terms for the same concept, while lexical variants are different word
forms for the same expression. These forms may derive from spelling
or grammatical variation or from abbreviated formats. E.g. radar
antennas / antennas, radar; Romania / Rumania / Roumania; ground
water / ground-water / groundwater; online / on-line
pediatrics / paediatrics

link from a source term to a superordinate (more general or parent)
target term. General hierarchical relationship, more specific subtype
relationships (generic, instance, and whole-part) should be used
whenever possible.
This relationship identifies the link between a source class term and
target members or species. This type of relationship is often called
'IsA'. A simple way to apply the test for validity described above is to
formulate the statement '[narrower term] is a [broader term].' This
relationship is also amenable to a logical "all-and-some" test.
An example that passes this test is that some members of the class
succulent plants are known as cacti and that all cacti, by definition and
regardless of context, are succulent plants. An example that fails the
test is that some members of the class 'desert plants' are known as
'cacti', some, but not all, 'cacti' are 'desert plants'. These terms should
therefore be assigned to different hierarchies in the controlled
vocabulary, and both terms should be assigned to the same content
object when indexing a work on "cacti as desert plants.."
Inverse relationship 'narrower generic term' is not included in this
vocabulary, use broader to make searches tractable.


First role is term, second role is most specific subsuming term.
Special case of 'broader term' thesaurus relationship.
This relationship identifies the link between an individual instance of a
category, often a proper name, and a term for a general category of
things or events, expressed by a common noun. This type of
relationship is also known as an 'IsA' relationship. Example:
Alps/mountain regions
In the above example, the Alps are assigned to subordinate positions
in a hierarchy, yet they are neither kinds nor parts of mountain regions,
but represent specific examples or instances.
This relationship covers situations in which one concept (source) is
inherently included in another (target), regardless of context, so that
the terms can be organized into logical hierarchies, with the whole
treated as a broader term. This relationship can be applied to several
types of term; the three types enumerated below are not intended to
be exhaustive. For time interval concepts (ordinal eras) (Allen and
Ferguson, 1994), this relationship subsumes ‘During’, ‘Interval starts’,
and ‘Interval finishes’.
Examples: brain/central nervous system/nervous system;
Ottawa/Ontario/Canada; regiment/battalion/military division/army;
Cambrian/Paleozoic/Phanerozoic.

Relationship for partial ordering of concepts in a vocabulary that has
some sort of ordering, for example a time scale consisting of time
ordinal eras (geologic time scale). Equivalent to 'Intervals meet'
relation of Allen and Ferguson (1994). Intervals are conterminous. End
of source interval is same time instant (moment in terms of Allen and
Ferguson, 1994) as beginning of target interval.

Beginning and end of source interval are both after the beginning of
the target interval and before the end of the target interval.
Source and target intervals have same starting instant (moment in
Allen and Ferguson, 1994 terms), and end of target interval is after
end of source interval.
Source and target interval share same ending instant (moment in Allen
and Ferguson, 1994 terms), and target interval beginning is before
source interval beginning.
                  SourceNote                      Discussion
National Information Standards Organization
(NISO), 2005, Guidelines for the construction,
format, and management of monolingual
controlled vocabularies: ANSI/NISO Z39.19-
2005, Bethesda Md., NISO Press, 184 pages,
ISBN: 1-880124-65-3. (accessed at
http://www.niso.org/standards/resources/Z39-19-
2005.pdf, 6/19/06)
National Information Standards Organization
(NISO), 2005, Guidelines for the construction,
format, and management of monolingual
controlled vocabularies: ANSI/NISO Z39.19-
2005, Bethesda Md., NISO Press, 184 pages,
ISBN: 1-880124-65-3. (accessed at
http://www.niso.org/standards/resources/Z39-19-
2005.pdf, 6/19/06)

National Information Standards Organization
(NISO), 2005, Guidelines for the construction,
format, and management of monolingual
controlled vocabularies: ANSI/NISO Z39.19-
2005, Bethesda Md., NISO Press, 184 pages,
ISBN: 1-880124-65-3. (accessed at
http://www.niso.org/standards/resources/Z39-19-
2005.pdf, 6/19/06)




National Information Standards Organization
(NISO), 2005, Guidelines for the construction,
format, and management of monolingual
controlled vocabularies: ANSI/NISO Z39.19-
2005, Bethesda Md., NISO Press, 184 pages,
ISBN: 1-880124-65-3. (accessed at
http://www.niso.org/standards/resources/Z39-19-
2005.pdf, 6/19/06)
National Information Standards Organization
(NISO), 2005, Guidelines for the construction,
format, and management of monolingual
controlled vocabularies: ANSI/NISO Z39.19-
2005, Bethesda Md., NISO Press, 184 pages,
ISBN: 1-880124-65-3. (accessed at
http://www.niso.org/standards/resources/Z39-19-
2005.pdf, 6/19/06)
National Information Standards Organization
(NISO), 2005, Guidelines for the construction,
format, and management of monolingual
controlled vocabularies: ANSI/NISO Z39.19-
2005, Bethesda Md., NISO Press, 184 pages,
ISBN: 1-880124-65-3. (accessed at
http://www.niso.org/standards/resources/Z39-19-
2005.pdf, 6/19/06)




SMR

National Information Standards Organization
(NISO), 2005, Guidelines for the construction,
format, and management of monolingual
controlled vocabularies: ANSI/NISO Z39.19-
2005, Bethesda Md., NISO Press, 184 pages,
ISBN: 1-880124-65-3. (accessed at
http://www.niso.org/standards/resources/Z39-19-
2005.pdf, 6/19/06)
National Information Standards Organization
(NISO), 2005, Guidelines for the construction,
format, and management of monolingual
controlled vocabularies: ANSI/NISO Z39.19-
2005, Bethesda Md., NISO Press, 184 pages,
ISBN: 1-880124-65-3. (accessed at
http://www.niso.org/standards/resources/Z39-19-
2005.pdf, 6/19/06); Allen and Ferguson, 1994.




Allen and Ferguson, 1994; SMR




Allen and Ferguson, 1994

Allen and Ferguson, 1994
Allen and Ferguson, 1994
                  CGI_URN                    CompleteCGI_URN
synonym                     urn:cgi:classifier:CGI:VocabularyRelation:200811:
                            synonym




near_synonym                urn:cgi:classifier:CGI:VocabularyRelation:200811:
                            near_synonym




related_term                urn:cgi:classifier:CGI:VocabularyRelation:200811:
                            related_term




lexical_variant             urn:cgi:classifier:CGI:VocabularyRelation:200811:
                            lexical_variant




broader_term                urn:cgi:classifier:CGI:VocabularyRelation:200811:
                            broader_term
broader_generic_relation       urn:cgi:classifier:CGI:VocabularyRelation:200811:
                               broader_generic_relation




most_specific_subsuming_term   urn:cgi:classifier:CGI:VocabularyRelation:200811:
                               most_specific_subsuming_term
instance_of                    urn:cgi:classifier:CGI:VocabularyRelation:200811:
                               instance_of




part_of                        urn:cgi:classifier:CGI:VocabularyRelation:200811:
                               part_of




target_follows_source          urn:cgi:classifier:CGI:VocabularyRelation:200811:
                               target_follows_source




during                         urn:cgi:classifier:CGI:VocabularyRelation:200811:
                               during
interval_starts                urn:cgi:classifier:CGI:VocabularyRelation:200811:
                               interval_starts
interval_finishes   urn:cgi:classifier:CGI:VocabularyRelation:200811:
                    interval_finishes
Narrower term (use link from a general source term to a subordinate, more
broader term)      specific (child) target term. Inverse of Broader term.
                   Included for completeness, but use broader term to
                   make search easier)
National Information Standards Organization (NISO), 2005, Guidelines for the
construction, format, and management of monolingual controlled vocabularies:
ANSI/NISO Z39.19-2005, Bethesda Md., NISO Press, 184 pages, ISBN: 1-880124-65-
3. (accessed at http://www.niso.org/standards/resources/Z39-19-2005.pdf, 6/19/06)
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