Raised by:
Clay Redding
Opened on:
What is best practice for assigning a notation to a conceptual resource
(notations are codes used in some thesauri and classification schemes)? Do we
need some explicit vocabulary for expressing notations (e.g. skos:notation)? Or
can it be done using existing features (e.g. skos:prefLabel @art)?
Related emails:
  1. ISSUE-79: Notations (from on 2008-01-17)
  2. SKOS comment: Notations (from on 2008-01-31)
  3. Several emails to reply to (from on 2008-02-04)
  4. [SKOS] Issues Review [From Alistair] (from on 2008-02-17)
  5. [Fwd: [SKOS] Issues Review (from on 2008-02-21)
  6. [SKOS] Issues Review (from on 2008-02-21)
  7. [SKOS] Issue owners - preparation for Washington (from on 2008-04-15)
  8. Re: [SKOS] Issue owners - preparation for Washington (from on 2008-04-21)
  9. Notations in SKOS (from on 2008-05-27)

Related notes:

2008-05-07: RESOLVED: to introduce skos:notation a rdf:Property whose value is a typed literal. The datatype of the literal specifies a syntax encoding scheme and the value of the literal is the classification code from that encoding scheme. As prefLabel is optional, SKOS tools may want to display notations as labels. --