LogicalResource

Package: 
Version: 
1
Is Abstract: 
no
Is Pattern: 
no
Definition: 

A LogicalResource represents some data object either qualitative or quantitative independent of its physical manifestation. Multiple DataStores might encode a single LogicalResource, possibly in different media.

Example: 
An interview recorded in video and audio and then transcribed into a text file.
Property: 
Relationship: 
NameTarget ObjectDescriptionSource cardinalityTarget cardinalityRelationship type
resultsFrom
Some process first captures the LogicalResource
1..n
0..n
Neither
hasDataCollectionMethod
The generic process design used to first capture the LogicalResource
1..n
0..n
Neither
encodedBy
The DataStore(s) physically representing this LogicalResource
1..n
0..n
Aggregation
realizes
Can be a member in a collection
0..n
1..1
Neither

Stage:

Is extendable: 
Is property: 
0
RDF Mapping: 

Comments

changed the target of the hasDataCollectionMethod to Design as Process was already referenced. However, the Process brings in the design as the reusable portion of the process (Design informs Process). If this is meant to be a specific mode or instrument of data capture it may need to relate to something in DataCapture.