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What we call the CIMI Logical Model consists of two parts:
 
What we call the CIMI Logical Model consists of two parts:
  
* The CIMI Reference Model. This model defines the structure of the logical model - that is, its classes and the properties of those classes. It can be viewed [http://models.opencimi.org/cimi_doc/|here].
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* The CIMI Reference Model. This model defines the structure of the logical model - that is, its classes and the properties of those classes. It can be viewed [http://models.opencimi.org/cimi_doc/ here].
* The CIMI Archetypes. Archetypes are constraints on the reference model such as terminology bindings, data type constraints, and cardinality constraints such as making an attribute required in a model. Archetypes can be viewed  [http://models.opencimi.org/|here].
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* The CIMI Archetypes. Archetypes are constraints on the reference model such as terminology bindings, data type constraints, and cardinality constraints such as making an attribute required in a model. Archetypes can be viewed  [http://models.opencimi.org/ here].

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Where can I find the model files

CIMI models are maintained on two HL7 CIMI Github Repositories.

  • You can find the current version of the models here
  • You can find previous model submissions here

Where can I view the models

What we call the CIMI Logical Model consists of two parts:

  • The CIMI Reference Model. This model defines the structure of the logical model - that is, its classes and the properties of those classes. It can be viewed here.
  • The CIMI Archetypes. Archetypes are constraints on the reference model such as terminology bindings, data type constraints, and cardinality constraints such as making an attribute required in a model. Archetypes can be viewed here.