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A Unit Type is a type or class of objects of interest.


A DataPoint is a container for a Datum.


Set of valid Concepts. The Concepts can be described by either enumeration or by an expression.


The object of interest in a process step related to the collection or use of observational data.


The use of a Represented Variable within a Data Set. The InstanceVariable describes actual instances of data that have been collected.


A Datum is a designation (a representation of a concept by a sign) with a notion of equality defined. The sign itself is a perceivable object.


The Value Domain for a sentinel conceptual domain. Sentinel values are defined in ISO 11404 as
"element of a value space that is not completely consistent with a datatype's properties and characterizing operations...". A common example would be codes for missing values.


The Value Domain for a substantive conceptual domain.


A person who may have a relationship to another Agent and who may be specified as being associated with an act.


Defines the type of instrument used for data collection or capture. In addition to the standard name, label, and description contains a classification of the type of instrument, a reference to an external instance of the instrument (such as an image of a questionnaire or programming script) and a reference to the Sequence control construct that contains the flow for data collection or capture.


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