Organization :: Class
Unit of people, e.g., an institution, an association, or corporate body
The following combined attributes can be used to describe Organization
Attributes of Organization
Property Expected Value(s) Description Remark
alternative name
Literal
Alias for a resource.
end date
Literal
End date associated with the resource Recommended ISO 8601 date
start date
Literal
Start date associated with the resource Recommended ISO 8601 date
sub organization
A relationship between two organizations where the first includes the second, e.g., as a subsidiary.
subordinate unit
Literal
Corporate names or corporate subheadings that follow the name of the highest hierarchical unit. Equivalent to subordinate unit subfield b of MARC fields 110, 610 and 710.
Attributes of Agent
Property Expected Value(s) Description Remark
associated place
Place
The place associated with an agent.
e-mail address
Literal
Address that identifies an email box to which email messages are delivered to an agent
place of residence
Place
The agent's place of residence.
Attributes of Authority
Property Expected Value(s) Description Remark
alternative name
Literal
Alias for a resource.
name
Literal
Name of an authority
Attributes of Resource
Property Expected Value(s) Description Remark
audience
Literal
Class of user for which the content of a resource is intended, or for whom the content is considered suitable A target audience can be formed of people of a certain age group, gender, marital status, etc.. Other groups, although not the main focus, may also be interested. The value of this property is intended to be a code list.
authority link
IRI
Actionable IRI linking to an authoritative controlled vocabulary Example identifiers include VIAF, LCNAF, ISNI, ORCID, etc.
control code
Literal
Alphanumeric string or indicator used to find and identify the resource A non-IRI based identifier reflecting local or community coding practices
date
Date associated with the resource Recommended ISO 8601 date
description
Literal
Description of the resource Description for example of bibliographic resources may include but is not limited to: an abstract, a table of contents, a graphical representation, or a free-text account of the resource.
image
IRI
IRI that points to an image of the resource
label
Literal
Text string representing the name of resource
language
LanguageCategory
Language associated with the resource
link
IRI
IRI of a resource
note
Literal
Additional descriptive information associated with the resource
related
Resource
Resource related to the origin resource
rights statement
Literal
Rights statement associated with the origin resource
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