FinishesIntervalRelationDELETE

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Representation of the finishes relation in Allen's interval algebra.

We say that an interval A finishes another interval B if and only if A begins after B but both finish at the same time.

More precisely, B.start < A.start < B.end = A.end.

Instead of saying that A finishes B we can also say that B is finished by A (converse)

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NameCardinalityDatatypeDescription
reflexivity
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Fixed to Anti-Reflexive
symmetry
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Fixed to Anti-Symmetric
transitivity
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Fixed to Transitive
semantics
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Fixed to Temporal-Finishes
usage
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Explanation of the ways in which some decision or object is employed. Supports the use of multiple languages and structured text.
contains
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Pairs of Process Steps in the temporal relation.
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NameTarget ObjectDescriptionSource cardinalityTarget cardinalityRelationship type
realizes
Class of the Collection pattern realized by this class.
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0..1
Neither
structures
Sequence to which the Temporal Interval Relation is applied
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1..n
Neither

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