ISSUE-629: Rephrase abstract in prov-dc note


Rephrase abstract in prov-dc note

Mapping PROV-O to Dublin Core
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Daniel Garijo
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In the abstract, one sentence doesn't quite make sense: "The direct mappings are broad and usually a more complex mapping can be specified," It is not clear what you mean by "broad", or why this is connected to specifying complex mappings. "Broad" is generally a positive term, while "complex" is a negative one. Intuitively, if the direct mappings are "broad", then this means they apply to many cases, but if so, why would you want to specify complex mappings? Complex mappings can be specified but, given that we want to avoid complexity, why do you need to? It needs to be rephrased.
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  1. PROV-ISSUE-629 (rephrase-abstract): Rephrase abstract in prov-dc note [Mapping PROV-O to Dublin Core] (from on 2013-02-25)

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