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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 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. Archetypes can be viewed  [http://models.opencimi.org/ here].
 
* '''The CIMI Archetypes'''. Archetypes are constraints on the reference model such as terminology bindings, data type constraints, and cardinality constraints. Archetypes can be viewed  [http://models.opencimi.org/ here].
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== What about CIMI Tooling? ==
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There are to types of CIMI tools:
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* HL7 Tooling consists of all build tools to support model documentation and the publishing of CIMI models. It can be found on the [https://github.com/orgs/HL7/teams/cimi/repositories HL7 CIMI Github] site.

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The CIMI Getting Started Guide will help you get acquainted with CIMI or get you on your way to becoming a productive contributor to the Open CIMI community.

- Please note that this page is currently in development (maintained by Claude Nanjo)

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. Archetypes can be viewed here.

What about CIMI Tooling?

There are to types of CIMI tools:

  • HL7 Tooling consists of all build tools to support model documentation and the publishing of CIMI models. It can be found on the HL7 CIMI Github site.