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EN 15907 Manifestation

Definition from the standard

A manifestation is the physical embodiment of a cinematographic work or one of its variants. Since cinematographic works are also distributed online, i.e. without a fixed physical carrier, the definition in this standard also encompasses computer files. A manifestation is not exclusively bound to a single cinematographic work or variant, since publishers may choose to combine more than one variant of a cinematographic work or more than one cinematographic work on a single distribution medium. The distribution medium itself can be composed of several units of the same kind.

Instances of Manifestation may have one-to-many relationships with instances of Item and Event, and many-to-many relationships with instances of Cinematographic Work or Variant.

Data model

Attributes

sourceID
manifestationType

Elements

Identifier (1..n)
Record Source (0..n)
Title (0..n)
Language (0..n)
Extent (0..n)
Format (0..1)

Relationships

HasAgent (0..n)
HasEvent (0..n). Targets: Publication Event, Decision Event, Preservation Event
HasOtherRelation (0..n)
HasItem (0..n)

EN 15907 Overview

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