Difference between revisions of "DataTypes Comments Section 6"

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== [http://wiktolog.com/hl7/datatypes.html#datyp2qtycol 6 Collections of Quantities] ==
 
== [http://wiktolog.com/hl7/datatypes.html#datyp2qtycol 6 Collections of Quantities] ==
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* Apologies on this section - I'm going to just have to assume that some of the continuous set work is correct...
 
* [http://wiktolog.com/hl7/datatypes.html#prelim 6.1 Preliminary Considerations]
 
* [http://wiktolog.com/hl7/datatypes.html#prelim 6.1 Preliminary Considerations]
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*# P1 "The concept of generic types is described in  '''(§ )'''." - This doesn't work at all in a non-html document, and is painful in html because you have to click on it to even find out whether it is an internal or external reference.
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*# P3 "Snowbirds" is kind of a local term.  While the line is kind of fun, I wonder whether it shouldn't be replaced with "... and addresses of people who maintain different winter and summer residences"?
 
* [http://wiktolog.com/hl7/datatypes.html#dt-GLIST 6.2 GeneratedSequence (GLIST) specializes LIST]
 
* [http://wiktolog.com/hl7/datatypes.html#dt-GLIST 6.2 GeneratedSequence (GLIST) specializes LIST]
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*# "Used to specify regular sampling points for biosignals." - is this the ''only'' reason that these are here?  It seems like a type that applies to a lot of things beyond just biosignal sampling points, so maybe this shouldn't be part of the definition of, if it is, it should be stated as a "for example"?
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*# The examples table is a little confusing, as it appears to be a part of the definition of equality.
 
* [http://wiktolog.com/hl7/datatypes.html#dt-SLIST 6.3 SampledSequence (SLIST) specializes LIST]
 
* [http://wiktolog.com/hl7/datatypes.html#dt-SLIST 6.3 SampledSequence (SLIST) specializes LIST]
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*# Same issue on sampled biosignals as above
 
* [http://wiktolog.com/hl7/datatypes.html#dt-QSET 6.4 Continuous Set (QSET) specializes SET]
 
* [http://wiktolog.com/hl7/datatypes.html#dt-QSET 6.4 Continuous Set (QSET) specializes SET]
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*# The definition says that a Continuous Set is "An unordered set of distinct values..." and yet 6.4.1 says that "Continuous Sets are ''totally ordered sets'' - ?????
 
* [http://wiktolog.com/hl7/datatypes.html#dt-QSU 6.5 Continuous Set Union (QSU) specializes QSET]
 
* [http://wiktolog.com/hl7/datatypes.html#dt-QSU 6.5 Continuous Set Union (QSU) specializes QSET]
 
* [http://wiktolog.com/hl7/datatypes.html#dt-QST 6.6 Continuous Set Intersection (QSI) specializes QSET]
 
* [http://wiktolog.com/hl7/datatypes.html#dt-QST 6.6 Continuous Set Intersection (QSI) specializes QSET]

Revision as of 03:10, 10 March 2008

6 Collections of Quantities