[auscope-geosciml] GeologicEvent and GeologicFeature
Laxton, John L.
jll at bgs.ac.uk
Thu May 5 06:45:54 EDT 2011
Yes - I think you are going to have to define a new sub-type of GeologicFeatureRelation (like BoundaryRelationship) specifically targeting GeologicEvent.
I originally proposed a new sub-type of GeologicRelation and to avoid this that it was proposed to make GeologicEvent a type of GeologicFeature, which still requires a new relation type albeit at one level lower......
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Subject: Re: [auscope-geosciml] GeologicEvent and GeologicFeature
You would have to replace the geologicHistory association with a relationship defined using GeologicFeatureRelationship, yes?
This would allow semantic richness using the role properties on the relationship class.
On 05/05/2011, at 19:45, "Sen, Marcus A." <mase at bgs.ac.uk> wrote:
> If GeologicEvent is made a GeologicFeature will it still be appropriate to have the geologicHistory property included as a property of GeologicFeature?
> Other properties currently in GeologicFeature but not GeologicEvent are:
> observationMethod - guess that is applicable to a GeologicEvent as well
> purpose - can this apply to a GeologicEvent?
> occurrence - Seems to make sense as e.g. mapping location of epicentre of an earthquake. Distinct from the mapped features delimiting e.g. GeologicUnits that have been affected by certain GeologicEvents.
> targetLink - the property that people want on GeologicEvent that started the discussion
> (classifier and metadata properties are defined separately for both feature types.)
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