Revisions for ClassificationIndex

Thu, 11/27/2014 - 17:47 by flavio.rizzoloTue, 07/17/2018 - 23:19 by wendy

revised documentation TC-94 removing line regarding extending to other GSIM node types

Changes to Extends
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StructuredCollection
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AnnotatedIdentifiable
Changes to Is Pattern
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no
Changes to Explanatory Notes
 
A Classification Index shows the relationship between text found in statistical data sources (responses to survey questionnaires, administrative records) and one or more Statistical Classifications. A Classification Index may be used to assign the codes for Classification Items to observations in statistical collections.
 
A Classification Index shows the relationship between text found in statistical data sources (responses to survey questionnaires, administrative records) and one or more Statistical Classifications. A Classification Index may be used to assign the codes for Classification Items to observations in statistical collections.
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A Statistical Classification is a subtype of Node Set. The relationship between Statistical Classification and Classification Index can also be extended to include the other Node Set types - Code List and Category Set. [GSIM Statistical Classification Model]
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A Statistical Classification is a subtype of a Structured Collection. [GSIM Statistical Classification Model] Note that a GSIM Node is the equivalent of a DDI Member and a GSIM Node Set is a DDI Collection.
Changes to Example
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An alphabetical index of a topically ordered Statistical Classification
Changes to Property
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Datatype: Name: releaseDate Description: Date when the current version of the Classification Index was released. Cardinality: 0..1 Datatype: Name: maintenanceUnit Description: The unit or group of persons within the organisation responsible for the Classification Index, i.e. for adding, changing or deleting Classification Index Entries. Cardinality: 0..1 Datatype: Name: contactPersons Description: Person(s) who may be contacted for additional information about the Classification Index. Cardinality: 0..1 Datatype: Name: publications Description: A list of the publications in which the Classification Index has been published. Cardinality: 0..n Datatype: Name: languages Description: A Classification Index can exist in several languages. Indicates the languages available. If a Classification Index exists in several languages, the number of entries in each language may be different, as the number of terms describing the same phenomenon can change from one language to another. However, the same phenomena should be described in each language. Cardinality: 0..n Datatype: Name: corrections Description: Verbal summary description of corrections, which have occurred within the Classification Index. Corrections include changing the item code associated with an Classification Index Entry. Cardinality: 0..n Datatype: Name: codingInstructions Description: Additional information which drives the coding process for all entries in a Classification Index. Cardinality: 0..n
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Datatype: Name: releaseDate Description: Date when the current version of the Classification Index was released. Cardinality: 0..1 Datatype: Name: availableLanguage Description: A Classification Index can exist in several languages. Indicates the languages available. If a Classification Index exists in several languages, the number of entries in each language may be different, as the number of terms describing the same phenomenon can change from one language to another. However, the same phenomena should be described in each language. Supports the indication of multiple languages within a single property. Supports use of codes defined by the RFC 1766. Cardinality: 0..n Datatype: Name: corrections Description: Verbal summary description of corrections, which have occurred within the Classification Index. Corrections include changing the item code associated with an Classification Index Entry. Cardinality: 0..n Datatype: Name: codingInstruction Description: Additional information which drives the coding process for all entries in a Classification Index. Cardinality: 0..n Datatype: Name: type Description: Whether the collection is a bag or a set: a bag is a collection with duplicates allowed, a set is a collection without duplicates. Cardinality: 0..1 Datatype: Name: name Description: A linguistic signifier. Human understandable name (word, phrase, or mnemonic) that reflects the ISO/IEC 11179-5 naming principles. If more than one name is provided provide a context to differentiate usage. Cardinality: 0..n Datatype: Name: purpose Description: Explanation of the intent of some decision or object. Supports the use of multiple languages and structured text. Cardinality: 0..1 Datatype: Name: contains Description: Allows for the identification of the member and optionally provides an index for the member within an ordered array Cardinality: 0..n Datatype: Name: isOrdered Description: If members are ordered set to true, if unordered set to false. Cardinality: 0..1
Changes to Relationship
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Name: isIndexedBy Relationship type: Aggregation Target Object: Description: Specialization of isOrderedBy in Collection. Source cardinality: 1..n Target cardinality: 1..n
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Name: hasPublication Relationship type: Aggregation Target Object: Description: A list of the publications in which the Classification Index has been published. Source cardinality: 0..n Target cardinality: 0..n Name: realizes Relationship type: Neither Target Object: Description: Class of the Collection pattern realized by this class. Source cardinality: 0..n Target cardinality: 1..1 Name: isStructuredBy Relationship type: Neither Target Object: Description: Description of a complex structure for the Collection. A collection may be structured in more than one way for different uses. Source cardinality: 0..n Target cardinality: 0..n Name: maintenanceUnit Relationship type: Neither Target Object: Description: The unit or group of persons within the organization responsible for the Classification Index, i.e. for adding, changing or deleting Classification Index Entries. Source cardinality: 0..n Target cardinality: 0..1 Name: contactPerson Relationship type: Neither Target Object: Description: Person(s) who may be contacted for additional information about the Classification Index. Source cardinality: 0..n Target cardinality: 0..n Name: definingConcept Relationship type: Neither Target Object: Description: The conceptual basis for the collection of members. Source cardinality: 0..n Target cardinality: 0..n
Revision of Tue, 07/17/2018 - 23:19:
Package: 
Is Abstract: 
no
Is Pattern: 
no
Definition: 

A Classification Index is an ordered list (alphabetical, in code order etc) of Classification Index Entries. A Classification Index can relate to one particular or to several Statistical Classifications. [GSIM Statistical Classification Model]

Explanatory Notes: 

A Classification Index shows the relationship between text found in statistical data sources (responses to survey questionnaires, administrative records) and one or more Statistical Classifications. A Classification Index may be used to assign the codes for Classification Items to observations in statistical collections.
A Statistical Classification is a subtype of a Structured Collection. [GSIM Statistical Classification Model] Note that a GSIM Node is the equivalent of a DDI Member and a GSIM Node Set is a DDI Collection.

Example: 
An alphabetical index of a topically ordered Statistical Classification
Property: 
NameCardinalityDatatypeDescription
releaseDate
0..1
Date when the current version of the Classification Index was released.
availableLanguage
0..n
A Classification Index can exist in several languages. Indicates the languages available. If a Classification Index exists in several languages, the number of entries in each language may be different, as the number of terms describing the same phenomenon can change from one language to another. However, the same phenomena should be described in each language. Supports the indication of multiple languages within a single property. Supports use of codes defined by the RFC 1766.
corrections
0..n
Verbal summary description of corrections, which have occurred within the Classification Index. Corrections include changing the item code associated with an Classification Index Entry.
codingInstruction
0..n
Additional information which drives the coding process for all entries in a Classification Index.
type
0..1
Whether the collection is a bag or a set: a bag is a collection with duplicates allowed, a set is a collection without duplicates.
name
0..n
A linguistic signifier. Human understandable name (word, phrase, or mnemonic) that reflects the ISO/IEC 11179-5 naming principles. If more than one name is provided provide a context to differentiate usage.
purpose
0..1
Explanation of the intent of some decision or object. Supports the use of multiple languages and structured text.
contains
0..n
Allows for the identification of the member and optionally provides an index for the member within an ordered array
isOrdered
0..1
If members are ordered set to true, if unordered set to false.
Relationship: 
NameTarget ObjectDescriptionSource cardinalityTarget cardinalityRelationship type
hasPublication
A list of the publications in which the Classification Index has been published.
0..n
0..n
Aggregation
realizes
Class of the Collection pattern realized by this class.
0..n
1..1
Neither
isStructuredBy
Description of a complex structure for the Collection. A collection may be structured in more than one way for different uses.
0..n
0..n
Neither
maintenanceUnit
The unit or group of persons within the organization responsible for the Classification Index, i.e. for adding, changing or deleting Classification Index Entries.
0..n
0..1
Neither
contactPerson
Person(s) who may be contacted for additional information about the Classification Index.
0..n
0..n
Neither
definingConcept
The conceptual basis for the collection of members.
0..n
0..n
Neither

Stage:

Is extendable: 
GSIM: 
Classification Index
Is property: 
0
RDF Mapping: