Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of FeatureTypeRules


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Timestamp:
25/07/06 10:57:49 (13 years ago)
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domlowe
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  • FeatureTypeRules

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    55The code needs to determine what feature types are contained in those files. However this can't always be done by looking at a file in isolation, the code also must determine whether a feature is actually made up of data in several files. 
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    7 For example in atmospheric model output one timeslice of !GridSeriesFeature will look like a !GridFeature, yet it would be wrong to model this feature as a collection of !GridFeatures. The analysis code must therefore work out whether something that looks like a !GridFeature is actually part of a larger !GridSeriesFeature. 
     7For example in atmospheric model output one timeslice of !GridSeriesFeature will look like a !GridFeature, yet it would be wrong to model this data as a collection of !GridFeatures. It should be a (collection of) GridSeriesFeatures. The analysis code must therefore work out whether something that looks like a !GridFeature is actually part of a larger !GridSeriesFeature. 
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    9 So the current* CSML feature types are: 
     9 == So the current* CSML feature types are: == 
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    1111 * Point 
     
    1919*currently under revision 
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    21 So what are the defining characteristics of these features?: 
     21 == So what are the defining characteristics of these features? ==  
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    23  == Point ==  
    24  == !PointSeries ==  
    25  == Profile ==  
    26  == !ProfileSeries ==  
    27  == Grid ==  
    28  == !GridSeries ==  
    29  == Trajectory ==  
     23 === Point: ===  
     24 === !PointSeries: ===  
     25 === Profile: ===  
     26 === !ProfileSeries: ===  
     27 === Grid: ===  
     28 === !GridSeries: ===  
     29 === Trajectory: ===  
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    31 So can we make some rules that can be encoded?: 
     31 == So can we make some rules that can be encoded? ==