Elements defined

instantiationRelationType

instantiationRelationType describes the relation between the instantiation being described and another instantiation.

Best Practice: The instantiations may be related in that they are different discrete parts of a single intellectual unit, they may be generationally related, one may be a derivative of another, they may be different versions.

Usage: required within instantiationRelation, not repeatable

Attributes

  • source: optional | The source attribute provides the name of the authority used to declare the value of the element. Required attribute for pbcoreIdentifier and instantiationIdentifier elements. Can be used as an attribute of any element.
  • ref: optional | The ref attribute is used to supply a source‚Äôs URI for the value of the element. Can be used as an attribute of any element.
  • version: optional | The version attribute identifies any version information about the authority or convention used to express data of this element. Can be used as an attribute of any element.
  • annotation: optional | The annotation attribute includes narrative information intended to clarify the nature of data used in the element. Can be used as an attribute of any element.

Subelements

This element does not have any subelements.

Controlled Vocabularies

Example

  
    <instantiationRelation>
<!-- No data here directly; it's within sub-elements instead -->
<instantiationRelationType source="PBCore relationType" ref="http://metadataregistry.org/concept/list/vocabulary_id/161">Derived from</instantiationRelationType>
<instantiationRelationIdentifier>Barcode238898</instantiationRelationIdentifier>
</instantiationRelation>
<instantiationRelation>
<!-- No data here directly; it's within sub-elements instead -->
<instantiationRelationType source="PBCore relationType" ref= "http://metadataregistry.org/conceptprop/list/concept_id/3093">Is Part Of</instantiationRelationType>
<instantiationRelationIdentifier>FRON001108</instantiationRelationIdentifier>
</instantiationRelation>