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Use a rule to determine the relationship. For example:
the person is a member of the representative's father if
the person's relation to representative = "Father"
Note the above assumes the representative is global entity and the relationship "the representative's father" is an inferred relationship (which must be many-many to be inferred). If there is only one representative, then that entity should be represented with global attributes (e.g. the representative's name would be a global attribute).
The above rule would need to be adjusted if the representative is a non-global entity and/or more than one can exist. In that case, you would also need a "scoping" condition to specify the conditions to identify which representative (e.g. the representative's ID = "primary") should participate in the relationship with which person (i.e. conditions on each to "match" them together).
See the function reference for "is a member of" examples and scoping functions as needed. The help also contains topics and examples on inferred relationships.