initiated (was initiated by) – R16

R16 initiated (was initiated by)

Quantification:

1,1:1,n

Scope note:

This property associates the first conception of a work and the work itself that ensued from a given initial idea.

It marks the origin of the causality chain that results in a work’s coming into existence.

Examples:

Ludwig van Beethoven’s decision to compose a fifth symphony (F27) R16 initiated Ludwig van Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony (F15)

Pablo Picasso’s acceptance, in 1930, of Ambroise Vollard’s commission for a set of 100 etchings, now known as the ‘Vollard Suite’ (F27) R16 initiated the ‘Vollard Suite’ (F15)

René Goscinny’s and Albert Uderzo’s decision to collaborate on the comic book entitled ‘Asterix in Britain’ (F27) R16 initiated the comic book entitled ‘Asterix in Britain’ (F15)

The creative spark that motivated Oscar Wilde, by May 1897, to write a poem inspired by his stay in the Reading prison in 1895-1897 (F27) R16 initiated Oscar Wilde’s poem entitled ‘The ballad of the Reading gaol’ (F15)

In First Order Logic:

  • R16(x,y) ⊃ F27(x)
  • R16(x,y) ⊃ F1(y)
  • R16(x,y) ⊃ P94(x,y)

Scope Notes

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This property associates the first conception of a work and the work itself that ensued from a given initial idea. It marks the origin of the causality chain that results in a work’s coming into existence. en FRBRoo version 2.4 0

Examples

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Ludwig van Beethoven’s decision to compose a fifth symphony (F27) R16 initiated Ludwig van Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony (F15) Pablo Picasso’s acceptance, in 1930, of Ambroise Vollard’s commission for a set of 100 etchings, now known as the ‘Vollard Suite’ (F27) R16 initiated the ‘Vollard Suite’ (F15) René Goscinny’s and Albert Uderzo’s decision to collaborate on the comic book entitled ‘Asterix in Britain’ (F27) R16 initiated the comic book entitled ‘Asterix in Britain’ (F15) The creative spark that motivated Oscar Wilde, by May 1897, to write a poem inspired by his stay in the Reading prison in 1895-1897 (F27) R16 initiated Oscar Wilde’s poem entitled ‘The ballad of the Reading gaol’ (F15) en FRBRoo version 2.4 0

Additional notes

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Identifier : R16

Domain and range

frbroo:F27 Work Conception → R16 initiated (was initiated by) → frbroo:F1 Work  (Quantifiers 1,1:1,n)

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initiated (was initiated by) * en 2021-06-10 0

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Namespace

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FRBRoo version 2.4 2021-05-07

Parent properties

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crm:E65 Creation (1,1) crm:P94 has created (was created by) (1,n) crm:E28 Conceptual Object FRBRoo version 2.4 0

Ancestor properties

Domain Property Range Depth Property namespace
crm:E5 Event (0,n) P12 occurred in the presence of (was present at) (0,1) crm:E77 Persistent Item 3 CIDOC CRM version 6.2
crm:E63 Beginning of Existence (1,1) P92 brought into existence (was brought into existence by) (1,n) crm:E77 Persistent Item 2 CIDOC CRM version 6.2

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