RelationSpecification

This controlled vocabulary provides specification for the different types of relation patterns between the source and target of a relationship. Note that some denote the simple nature of a bag/set (nominal, ordinal, interval, spatial) while others specify relationships between members or bags/sets.

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Unordered
Description: 
Refers to the nature of the bag or set. May be referred to Nominal. An equivalence or unordered symmetric relationship: Reflexive, Symmetric, Transitive
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List
Description: 
Refers to the nature of the bag or set. May be referred to Ordinal.A strict ordered asymmetric relationship expressed as a list: Anti_Reflexive, Anti_Symmetric, Transtive
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ParentChild
Description: 
Refers to the relationship between members. A hierarchical or parent/child immediate-precedence relationship: Anti-Reflexive, Anti_Symmetric, Anti-Transitive
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WholePart
Description: 
Refers to the relationship between members. A whole/part or ordered relationship: Reflexive, Anti_Symmetric, Trasitive
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AcyclicPrecedence
Description: 
Refers to the relationship between members. An acyclic precedence relationship: Anti_Reflexive, Anti-Symmetric, Neither
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Equivalence
Description: 
Refers to the relationship between members. An equivalence symmetric relationship: Reflexive, Symmetric, Transitive
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GeneralSpecific
Description: 
Refers to the relationship between members. A ordered relationship expressing generalization and related specializations: Reflexive, Anti_Symmetric, Trasitive
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