Concept help - Relation
A Relation defines a relationship that can be used to link different metadata items within the registry. Each Relation can specify a number of roles that metadata can fill within the relationship.
A relation is a way of formally describing a way of linking two or more concepts beyond those specified in ISO 11179.
Tips for creating Relations
Fields available on this metadata type
|Name||The primary name used for human identification purposes.|
|Definition||Representation of a concept by a descriptive statement which serves to differentiate it from related concepts. (3.2.39)|
|Version||Unique version identifier of this metadata item.|
|References||Significant documents that contributed to the development of the metadata item which were not the direct source for the metadata content.|
|Origin||The source (e.g. document, project, discipline or model) for the item (18.104.22.168.3.5)|
|Comments||Descriptive comments about the metadata item (22.214.171.124.3.4)|
|Deleted||The date after which the item has been soft deleted and is no longer visible in the registry|
Relation is a class each instance of which models a relation (3.2.119), a sense in which concepts (3.2.18) may be connected via constituent relation roles (3.2.120). ISO/IEC 11179 - Clause 126.96.36.199.2