The example presented the manifestations of “Jámbor házasok, meghallgassátok – Házasének” poetic work through the description of its redactions , whose information is extracted from Répertoire de la poésie hongroise ancienne
In this case, there doesn’t seem to be a title to identify the work but a number. Then we have information about the themes:
The creator seems to be anonymous:
The following redaction has a score composer role associated, modeled through Role class and it is performed by a Person
- Redaction1 – Role1.roleName=score composer – Person1.name=Batizi András
For this work we have, on one side the “synthetic” version and on the right side the multiple “analytic” versions.
Although the text is not present, there are results based on a version of a text, so the concept of Redaction does exist.
For instance, there is a metrical pattern whose description would be made in an instance of WorkPattern although this corresponds to postdata-prosodicElements (pdprosodic) ontology.
- Redaction1 — isAnalysedThrough — WorkPattern1
The relation between the synthetic version and each one of the eighteen analytic versions is:
Each one of those eighteen versions corresponds to a Witness but this is pertinent for a transmission ontology.
The representation of the example is shown in the image below
The complete code of the example is shown below.
It should be noted that this code shows the relationship of PoeticWork with CreatorRole
On the other hand the relationship with its Redaction through pdcore:isRealisedThrough.
The Redaction relations, like hasAgent with a Role, isSynthesisOf with an another Redaction and isAnalysesThrough with a WorkPattern, is also represented.