Incident Defining Diagram
"Event" occurring without known volition.
The word "known" should be emphasised; many events which are perceived as incidents (eg terrorist bombs) are in fact activities when viewed from a different perspective. It's all to do with where you are sitting.
The definition above, as for others, has been distilled from what has been suggested in the past, including:
A distinct or definite occurrence. An event (sic) (CBS v2).
"Event" occurring without volition (of an "Agent").
Unintentional occurrence.
Associations From:
Only One incident for Zero, One or Many Involvement In Incident
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many classifier Only One Incident Type
Zero, One or Many end for Only One Timepoint
Zero, One or Many location for Zero, One or Many Location
Zero, One or Many start for Only One Timepoint
Supertypes:
Event

Incident Involvement Type Defining Diagram
"Associative Category" capable of classifying an "Involvement In Incident".
Associations From:
Only One classifier Zero, One or Many Involvement In Incident
Supertypes:
Associative Category

Incident Type Defining Diagram
"Descriptive Category" capable of being used as a category for "Incidents".
Associations From:
Only One classifier Zero, One or Many Incident
Supertypes:
Descriptive Category

Inherent Temporary Property Defining Diagram
"Subject Property" which is applicable from the start of existence of the "Subject" but may cease to be so before the end of the "Subject"'s existence.
Examples:
Virginity
Non-smoking
6th finger on one hand
Two kidneys.
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many end Zero or One Timepoint
Supertypes:
Subject Property

Instantiated Activity Defining Diagram
"Repetitive Activity" which has had some or all of its instances created.
Associations From:
Zero or One source for One or Many Activity To Be Done
Supertypes:
Activity State

Intention Defining Diagram
"Property Qualifier" being the general purpose of the care for an "Established Focus".
Associations From:
Only One intention for One or Many Intention State
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many classifier Only One Intention Type
Supertypes:
Subject Property Qualifier

Intention State Defining Diagram
"Intention" in a state which it is currently or has been previously.
Note that there are both subtypes (comprising all the possible states) and a "power type" of "Intention State Type". The latter's contents are identical to the subtypes; it exists in order to control topics such as access and permission to amend.
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many classifier Only One Intention State Type
One or Many intention for Only One Intention
One or Many responsible for Only One Intention State Change
Subtype Partitions:
Intention/State
Fulfilled Intention
Not Required Intention
Abandoned Intention
Intention Under Consideration
Agent Accepted Intention
Agent Rejected Intention
Required Intention
Agent Selected Intention

Intention State Change Defining Diagram
"Activity" changing the state of an "Intention".
Associations From:
Only One responsible for One or Many Intention State
Supertypes:
State Change Activity

Intention State Type Defining Diagram
"State Type" being one of the permissible states for "Intention".
Associations From:
Only One classifier Zero, One or Many Intention State
Supertypes:
State Type

Intention Type Defining Diagram
"Category" being capable of classifying a purpose of care.
Associations From:
Only One classifier Zero, One or Many Intention
Supertypes:
Descriptive Category

Intention Under Consideration Defining Diagram
"Intention" which is appropriate for the "Focus For Further Activity".
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many focus for Only One Established Focus
Supertypes:
Intention State

Inter Subject Relationship Defining Diagram
"Subject Property" associating one "Subject" with another.
Previous documented definitions providing the source for the above are:
A connection of interest from one "Subject" to another (CBS v2).
Note that authoritative relationships (eg employee) are recorded in Authorised Agent rather than here.
Associations From:
Only One inverse Only One Inter Subject Relationship
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many classifier Only One Inter Subject Relationship Type
Only One inverse Only One Inter Subject Relationship
Zero, One or Many relation Only One Subject
Supertypes:
Subject Property
Subtype Partitions:
ISR/Role
Associative Subject Relation
Partitive Subject Relation

Inter Subject Relationship Type Defining Diagram
"Associative Category" capable of classifying an "Inter Subject Relationship".
Associations From:
Only One classifier Zero, One or Many Inter Subject Relationship
Supertypes:
Associative Category

Involvement In Incident Defining Diagram
"Subject Property" associating the "Subject" with an "Incident".

Associations From:
Only One source of Zero, One or Many Outcome Of Incident
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many classifier Only One Incident Involvement Type
Zero, One or Many incident for Only One Incident
Supertypes:
Subject Property