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XCategoryLevelItem

A means of ordering Cateogry Relations within a structured description of Category Levels.

XCategorySet

A collection of Categories. Provides collection level information on type, name, purpose, and usage. If the collection is complex the target of this relationship should be the entry point that allows the full structures to be brought into the collection by following relations.

XCategoryBaseRelation

An abstract base that allows the use of a number of Category Relations within a CategorySet.

XCategory

A sub-type of Concept which defines the use of a concept in the role of a category.

XSimilarConceptRelation

Defines a set of similar concepts from one or more ConceptSystems. May also include concepts unrelated to specific concept systems.

XConceptMappingSet

A means of creating an ordered set of SimilarConceptRelation sets to act as the head of the orderings used to create a ConceptCorrespondenceMap.

XBaseConceptMap

An abstract base for ConceptCorrespondenceMapping sets.

XConceptCorrespondenceMap

A means of mapping the relationship between concepts in related Concept Systems. It is described by a ConceptMappingSet which contains sets of SimilarConceptRelations. May identify the ConceptSystems being mapped.

XWholePartConceptRelation

This class describes directional (ordered) relations between two objects, a source and a target. The relationship is only implied between the two classes and the members of those classes.. Note that equalities should be created using unstructured list. Note that to set the hasRelationSpecification to a specific value change the documentation to "Fixed to [valid value]".

XParentChildConceptRelation

This class describes directional (ordered) relations between two objects, a source and a target. The relationship is only implied between the two classes and the members of those classes. For example if the relationship is defined by setting the Relation Specification to ParentChild when realizing this class, the parent designated in the domain is the parent of all the objects listed in a collection identified as the range. A hierarchical or parent/child immediate-precedence relationship: Anti-Reflexive, Anti_Symmetric, Anti-Transitive.

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