> You may be interested in OpenFRBR:
> Its aim is to build a full, free implementation of FRBR, showing
> everything it can do, and looking for problems along the way. Everyone's
> welcome to get involved in whatever way they wish.
I can't get to that site (is it down?), but a few words on what you're
trying to do (is it a technical approach, model approach,
philosophical approach?), and how you want to do it would be great.
"Ultimately, all things are known because you want to believe you know."
- Frank Herbert
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