Completed Activity Defining Diagram
"Activity" which has ended normally and for which no further work is intended.
An end state.
Note that a repetitive activity may be deemed complete even though not all its actual or potential components have been identified.
Associations From:
Only One actual user Zero, One or Many Resource For Completed Activity
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many end location for Only One Location
Zero, One or Many end location for Zero or One Location
Supertypes:
Activity State

Component Subject Relation Defining Diagram
"Partitive Subject Relation" where a "Subject" forms part of the other as a component and may not exist as a component in another "Component Subject Relation" at the same time.
There are four types of COMPONENT SUBJECT RELATION:
* That where both the component and the assembly SUBJECTS can continue their existence and may be reused after the destruction of the relation;
* That where neither the component nor any assembly SUBJECT can continue their existence after the destruction of the relation;
* That where the component SUBJECTS can continue their existence after the destruction of the relation but the assembly cannot;
* That where the assembly SUBJECT can continue its existence after the destruction of the relation but the components cannot function as designed.
Examples:
First type: The front off side wheel on car J76 VFA.
Second type: Lenin's brain
Third type: An orange and its segments
Fourth type: Dave Jones' left index finger.
Supertypes:
Partitive Subject Relation

Concept Defining Diagram
"Object" which is a unit of thought.
Associations From:
Only One concept One or Many Agent's Term For Concept
Supertypes:
Object
Subtype Partitions:
Concept/Essential Type
Category
Unit Of Measure
Knowledge Concept

Contact Method Defining Diagram
"Category" describing a "Subject Contact".
The population of this includes:
Postal address
Telephone number (landline / mobile)
Fax number
Email address
Telex number
Bleeper number.
Associations From:
Only One classifier Zero, One or Many Subject Contact
Supertypes:
Descriptive Category

Context Activity Defining Diagram
"Activity" acting as a context for one or more other "Activities".
The context activity may be generated before the component activities exist.
Common types of Context Activity are:
Consultant Episode
Ward Stay
Consultation
Out Patient Attendance
Case Conference.
Note that Context Activities may themselves be components of other Context Activities.
Associations From:
Only One context Zero, One or Many Activity In Context
Supertypes:
Activity For Subject