Structures information that is necessary to compare members of a group. This module contains the mapping(s) that inform comparisons and facilitate automation. Note that all maps are pairwise, identifying two schemes and the correlation between two items in those schemes. By using a set of pairwise comparisons, it is possible to describe more complex correspondences - pairwise comparisons are easier to process.
Structures information that is necessary to compare members of a group. Contains the mapping(s) That inform comparisons and facilitate automation. Note that all maps are pairwise, identifying two schemes and the correlation between two items in those schemes. By using a set of pairwise comparisons, it is possible to describe more complex correspondences - pairwise comparisons are easier to process.
Description of the comparison, intended to be human-readable.
Maps comparable concepts from two different concept schemes.
Maps comparable variables from two different variable schemes.
Maps comparable questions from two different question schemes.
Maps comparable categories from two different category schemes.
Maps comparable codes from two different code schemes.
Maps comparable universes from two different universe schemes.
Notes regarding any information in the module.
Maps comparable items from two different schemes.
References the scheme that is the source for the mapping.
References the scheme that is the target for the mapping.
Describes the correspondence between the target and source schemes.
Maps an individual item in the source scheme to an item in the target scheme.
Describes the correspondence between source and target schemes/items.
Textual description of the common aspects of the two schemes/items.
Textual description of the differing aspects of the two schemes/items.
Provides a type code for commonality of the two schemes/items. Suggested values are "Identical", "High", "Medium", "Low", "None".
A value between 0 and 1 expressing the degree of commonality (0 indicates none, 1 indicates that they are identical).
A user-defined property defining the corrrespondence.
User-defined correspondence of two schemes or items, consisting of a name and a value.
Name for the correspondence of two schemes or items
Value for the correspondence of two schemes or items
Maps comparable codes from two different code schemes.
References the code scheme that is the source for the mapping.
References the coce scheme that is the target for the mapping.
Describes the difference between source and target schemes.
Allows for use of programmatic logic to construct a detailed comparison map between individual codes in the source and target schemes.
Maps two items (codes, concepts, categories, questions, variables, etc.) from different schemes.
References an item in the source scheme.
References a comparable item in the target scheme.
Describes the correspondence between source and target items
Allows for an alias to be assigned to the correspondence between two items, so that it can be referred to with a single name, that would include both related items.
Description of the comparison, intended to be human-readable.
Maps comparable concepts from two different concept schemes.
Maps comparable variables from two different variable schemes.
Maps comparable questions from two different question schemes.
Maps comparable categories from two different category schemes.
Maps comparable codes from two different code schemes.
Maps comparable universes from two different universe schemes.
References the scheme that is the source for the mapping.
References the scheme that is the target for the mapping.
Describes the correspondence between the target and source schemes.
Maps an individual item in the source scheme to an item in the target scheme.
Describes the commonality between source and target schemes/items.
Describes the differences between source and target schemes/items.
Provides a type code defining the commonality between source and target schemes/items.
Provides a user-defined name-value pair describing the correspondence between source and target schemes/items.