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Subject Identifiers (1)

Internal Occurrences (1)

  • Definition
    • Definition of the purpose of the typing topic.

Occurrences of this Type (53)

  • A concern, question, or problem with a specification. (Issue)
  • A possible state for a specification issue. (State)
  • A property of an information item type defined by some information set data model. (Information item property)
  • A proposed technical solution to an issue. (Proposal)
  • A solution to the issue has been agreed upon. (Resolved)
  • A technical word defined by some specification. (Term)
  • An information item type defined by some information set data model. (Information item type)
  • Any subject that belongs to a particular type (instance)
  • Definition of the purpose of the typing topic. (Definition)
  • Element type as defined by XML. (Element type)
  • Formal definition in a specification. (Definition)
  • Reference to an occurrence of the issue in actual specification text. (Occurrence in text)
  • The common-sense notion of 'person'. (Person)
  • The description that defines the issue. (Description)
  • The issue is identified, but its solution unclear. (Open)
  • The process of exporting topic maps from an implementation's internal representation of the data model to an instance of a topic map syntax (serialization)
  • a statement that a certain topic characteristic belongs to a certain topic (topic characteristic assignment)
  • a topic representing a subject which describes the nature of the relationship represented by the association (association type)
  • a definition of the formal syntax and interpretation of a class of locators (locator notation)
  • a locator assigned to a topic map construct in order to allow it to be referred to (source locator)
  • a locator that refers to a subject indicator (subject identifier)
  • a locator that refers to the information resource that is the subject of a topic. The topic thus represents that particular information resource; i.e. the information resource is the subject of the topic. (subject locator)
  • a name for a topic, consisting of the base form, known as the base name, and variants of that base form, known as variant names (topic name)
  • a name or label for a subject, expressed as a string (base name)
  • a process applied to topic maps in order to reduce the number of redundant topic map constructs (Merging)
  • a representation of relationship between a subject and an information resource (occurrence)
  • a representation of the involvement of a subject in a relationship representated by an association (association role)
  • a representation of a relationship between one or more subjects (association)
  • a resource that can be represented as a sequence of bytes, and thus could potentially be retrieved over a network (information resource)
  • a set of topics and associations (topic map)
  • a string conforming to some locator notation that references one or more information resources (locator)
  • a subject indicator that is published and maintained at an advertised location for the purposes of supporting topic map interchange and mergeability (published subject indicator)
  • a symbol used within a topic map to represent some subject, about which the creator of the topic map wishes to make statements (topic)
  • a topic attached to an occurrence to describe the nature of the relationship between the subject and the information resource linked by that occurrence (occurrence type)
  • a topic defining the nature of the participation of an association role player in an association (association role type)
  • a topic map represented in XTM syntax as a topicMap element with descendants (XTM topic map)
  • a topic name, occurrence, or association role belonging to some topic (topic characteristic)
  • a topic participating in an association (association role player)
  • abstract representations of topic map constructs (information item)
  • an XML document that contains one or more XTM topic maps (XTM document)
  • an abstraction that captures characteristics common to a set of subjects (type)
  • an alternative form of a base name that may be more suitable in certain contexts than the base name itself (variant name)
  • an information resource that is referred to from a topic map in an attempt to unambiguously identify the subject of a topic to a human being. Any information resource can become a subject indicator by being referred to as such from within some topic map, whether or not it was intended by its publisher to be a subject indicator. (subject indicator)
  • any subject for which there exists at least one published subject indicator (published subject)
  • anything whatsoever, regardless of whether it exists or has any other specific characteristics, about which anything whatsoever may be asserted by any means whatsoever. In particular, it is anything on which the creator of a topic map chooses to discourse. (subject)
  • making a topic represent a subject that is a topic map construct (reification)
  • the assignment of a topic characteristic to a topic (statement)
  • the relationship between a more general type (the supertype) and a specialization of that type (the subtype) (supertype-subtype relationship)
  • the context within which a topic characteristic assignment is valid (scope)
  • the data model defined in (data model)
  • the process of building an instance of an implementation's internal representation of the data model from an instance of a topic map syntax (deserialization)
  • the scope used to indicate that a topic characteristic assignment is considered to have unlimited validity (unconstrained scope)
  • the subject identifier of a published subject indicator (published subject identifier)
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