z[Deprecated] Unitary Event – C98

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C98 z[Deprecated] Unitary Event

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This class comprises events that take place in a unity of time, place and action. This definition, that should allow a clear identification of instances of this class, is inspired by the three unities of Greek tragedy: a unitary event should have one principal action (unity of action) specified by a type, it should occur over a limited period of time (no more than 24 hours according to the unity of time in tragedy, but could be shorter or longer in real life), and should happen in a single physical location (unity of place). The most important unity defining the event is the unity of action and the action is generally restricted to one single place and a limited duration in time.

The unitary event is defined in contrast to the sdh:C4 Phase class which includes more complex temporalities composed of several events, activities or sub-phases, taking place over a longer period of time, and being projected on a space which can be quite vast. Often, but not always, a unitary event is related to the notion of achievement or fulfillment while a phase is related to the notion of process or development. Note that this difference does not mean that a unitary event is atomic: it could be composed of several sub-events (as instances of the same class) provided that the three unities of action, time and place are ensured.

Examples:

The assassination of Henry IV of France on 14 May 1610

The 1886 eruption of Mount Tarawera

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This class comprises events that take place in a unity of time, place and action. This definition, that should allow a clear identification of instances of this class, is inspired by the three unities of Greek tragedy: a unitary event should have one principal action (unity of action) specified by a type, it should occur over a limited period of time (no more than 24 hours according to the unity of time in tragedy, but could be shorter or longer in real life), and should happen in a single physical location (unity of place). The most important unity defining the event is the unity of action and the action is generally restricted to one single place and a limited duration in time. The unitary event is defined in contrast to the sdh:C4 Phase class which includes more complex temporalities composed of several events, activities or sub-phases, taking place over a longer period of time, and being projected on a space which can be quite vast. Often, but not always, a unitary event is related to the notion of achievement or fulfillment while a phase is related to the notion of process or development. Note that this difference does not mean that a unitary event is atomic: it could be composed of several sub-events (as instances of the same class) provided that the three unities of action, time and place are ensured. en SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing 0 Candidate

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The assassination of Henry IV of France on 14 May 1610 The 1886 eruption of Mount Tarawera en SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing 0 Candidate

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Identifier : C98

URI: https://ontome.net/ns/sdhss/C98

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