instatiationRelationType Vocabulary

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.

Terms

Is Clone Of: The instantiation being described was digitally or losslessly copied from another instantiation, which is being pointed to in this relation element. 

Cloned To: The instantiation being described has been digitally or losslessly copied to another instantiation, which is being pointed to in this relation element.

Is Dub Of: The instantiation being described was physically duplicated from another instantiation, which is being pointed to in this relation element.

Dubbed To: The instantiation being described has been physically duplicated onto another instantiation, which is being pointed to in this relation element.

Is Format Of: The instantiation being described is an alternate format of an original instantiation (for example, a digital file which was created from an analog video) which is being pointed to in this relation element.

Has Format: The instantiation being described exists in an alternate format (for example, an analog video which also exists as a digital file) which is being pointed to in this relation element.

Is Part Of: The instantiation being described is part of the asset or instantiation being pointed to in this relation element (for example, a clip that has been taken from a longer piece.)

Has Part: A portion of the instatiation being described exists as an independent instantiation (for example, a clip) which is pointed to in this relation element.

Replaces: The instantiation being described is a substitution for the instantiation being pointed to in the relation element (for example, because the original instantiation has been deaccessioned.)

Is Replaced By: The instantiation being described is being substituted for by the instantiation being pointed to in the relation element (for example, because it has been deaccessioned.)

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