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Entity person

Definition: a record describing a person from the real world, who generally acts as an author for a bibliographic resource

URI schema

http://data.swissbib.ch/person/[ID]

RDF class

class use
foaf:Person for all resources

Properties

property use* datatype content
dbp:birthYear where possible gYear Birth year
dbp:deathYear where possible gYear Death year
foaf:firstName where possible string First name
foaf:lastName where possible string Last name
foaf:name where possible string Name (only if the person has no distinct first and last names)
rdfs:label everywhere string Full heading of the person, including name and - if available - numeration, years of birth/death and title
skos:note where possible string Titles and words associated with the name of the person
owl:sameAs where possible URI Interconnection between swissbib and DBpedia/VIAF
Properties imported from DBpedia and VIAF »      
dbp:abstract where possible RDF resource (blank node) Introducing text about the person (one blank node for each language: de, en, fr, it)
dbp:birthDate where possible date Birth date
dbp:birthPlace where possible URI Birth place - county and/or city (URI from DBpedia)
dbp:deathDate where possible date Death date
dbp:deathPlace where possible URI Death place - county and/or city (URI from DBpedia)
dbp:genre where possible URI Genre (ex: thriller, pop music, poetry, …) associated with the person (URI from DBpedia)
dbp:influenced where possible URI Persons or works which were influenced by this person (URI from DBpedia)
dbp:influencedBy where possible URI Other person having influenced this person (URI from DBpedia)
dbp:movement where possible URI artistic movement or school with which the person is associated (URI from DBpedia)
dbp:nationality where possible URI Nationality (URI from DBpedia)
dbp:notableWork where possible URI Notable works of the person (URI from DBpedia)
dbp:occupation where possible URI Occupation, activity of the person (URI from DBpedia)
dbp:partner where possible URI Partner (URI from DBpedia)
dbp:pseudonym where possible URI Pseudonym
dbp:spouse where possible URI Spouse (URI from DBpedia)
dbp:thumbnail where possible URI Thumbnail (URI from DBpedia)
schema:alternateName where possible string Alias
schema:birthDate where possible string Birth date
schema:deathDate where possible string Death date
schema:familyName where possible string Last name / Family name
schema:gender where possible string Gender
schema:givenName where possible string First name / Given name
schema:sameAs where possible URI URL of a reference web page
Properties imported from DBpedia as literals, content in German, French, Italian and English »      
lsb:dbpBirthPlaceAsLiteral where possible string Birth place - county and/or city
lsb:dbpDeathPlaceAsLiteral where possible string Death place - county and/or city
lsb:dbpGenreAsLiteral where possible string Genre (ex: thriller, pop music, poetry, …) associated with the person
lsb:dbpInfluencedAsLiteral where possible string Persons or works which were influenced by this person
lsb:dbpInfluencedByAsLiteral where possible string Other person having influenced this person
lsb:dbpMovementAsLiteral where possible string artistic movement or school with which the person is associated
lsb:dbpNationalityAsLiteral where possible string Nationality
lsb:dbpNotableWorkAsLiteral where possible string Notable works of the person
lsb:dbpOccupationAsLiteral where possible string Occupation, activity of the person
lsb:dbpPartnerAsLiteral where possible string Partner
lsb:dbpSpouseAsLiteral where possible string Spouse

* The use in every resource doesn’t exclude some exceptions. It means that every resource should contain this data.