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== "viewOf" as the fundemental underpinning relation (GK) ==
  
For me, the relationship I call "viewOf, where "a viewOf b" means that a is a constrained view or version of b (e.g. Luc in Boston is a constrained view of Luc), is the fundamental underpinning on which other kinds of complementarity may be built. As a notion, it's quite easy to understand (if not describe), and is the basic idea which explains relationships between Resopurces/Entities which allows us to make provenance statements with enduring truth, hence tractability for analysis.
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For me, the relationship I call "viewOf, where "A viewOf B" means that A is a constrained view or version of B (e.g. "Luc in Boston" is a constrained view of "Luc"), is the fundamental underpinning on which other kinds of complementarity may be built.
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As a notion, "viewOf" is quite easy to understand (if not describe), and is the basic idea which explains relationships between Resources/Entities which allows us to make provenance statements with enduring truth, hence tractability for analysis.
  
 
== "viewOf" as an orthogonal dimension of derivation ==
 
== "viewOf" as an orthogonal dimension of derivation ==

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Complementarity Use Cases

"viewOf" as the fundemental underpinning relation (GK)

For me, the relationship I call "viewOf, where "A viewOf B" means that A is a constrained view or version of B (e.g. "Luc in Boston" is a constrained view of "Luc"), is the fundamental underpinning on which other kinds of complementarity may be built.

As a notion, "viewOf" is quite easy to understand (if not describe), and is the basic idea which explains relationships between Resources/Entities which allows us to make provenance statements with enduring truth, hence tractability for analysis.

"viewOf" as an orthogonal dimension of derivation

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