Access Group For Information Defining Diagram
Access allowed for a particular "Access Group" to a "Subject".
The "Subject" to which access is allowed is normally one holding information. Others are not prohibited but would be meaningless in this context.
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many group Only One Agent Access Group
Zero, One or Many maximum access Only One Access Type
Zero, One or Many subject Only One Subject

Access Group For Object Defining Diagram
Describes the access an "Agent Access Group" has to an "Object".
Examples:
For example, if a patient says to a GP, "Don't tell anyone about this but another doctor in the practice".
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many group Only One Agent Access Group
Zero, One or Many maximum access Only One Access Type
Zero, One or Many object Only One Object

Access Type Defining Diagram
"Level" specifying the extents to which access to information may be granted.
Examples:
Examples which may be considered include:
Read only
Copy
Forward to others
Absolute.
Each level would be deemed to include all lower levels.
Associations From:
Only One maximum access Zero, One or Many Access Group For Information
Only One maximum access Zero, One or Many Access Group For Object
Supertypes:
Level

Acquired Permanent Property Defining Diagram
"Subject Property", effective from a point in time, which cannot be changed.
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many onset Only One Timepoint
Supertypes:
Subject Property

Acquired Temporary Property Defining Diagram
"Subject Property" which exists until it is observed to change.
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many end Zero or One Timepoint
Zero, One or Many onset Only One Timepoint
Supertypes:
Subject Property

Activity Defining Diagram
Purposeful and intentional "Event"
Previous documented definitions providing the source for the above are:
An exertion of energy initiated by an "Agent" (CBS v2) - this definition is followed by a definition of its subtypes.
Conscious, directed and purposeful exertion of energy.
"Event" occurring through the volition of an "Agent".
Attributes:
Quantity (M) (Number)
Quantity of an Activity.
Associations From:
Only One activity for One or Many Activity State
Only One replacement activity Zero, One or Many Activity Substitution
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many classifier Only One Activity Type
Zero, One or Many unit for Only One Unit Of Measure
Zero, One or Many urgency classifier Zero or One Urgency
Supertypes:
Event
Subtype Partitions:
Activity/Direction
Activity For Subject
Temporal Resource Act
State Change Activity
Activity/Repetition
Single Activity
Repetitive Activity

Activity For Subject Defining Diagram
"Activity" directed towards a single "Subject".
Previous definitions from which the above have been distilled:
An act which changes either the state, or the knowledge of the state, of a "Subject" (CBS v2).
Associations From:
Only One detail Zero, One or Many Activity In Context
Only One focus for qualification Zero, One or Many Activity Qualifier
Supertypes:
Subject Phenomenon
Activity
Subtype Partitions:
AFS/Scope
Direct Activity For Subject
Subject Responsibility Act
Context Activity

Activity In Context Defining Diagram
"Activity For Subject" placed within a "Context Activity" by an "Agent".
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many context Only One Context Activity
Zero, One or Many detail Only One Activity For Subject
Zero, One or Many responsible for identifying Only One Agent

Activity Qualifier Defining Diagram
"Phenomenon Qualifier" qualifying an "Activity For Subject".
Examples:
Laterality and site of an operative procedure; route, strength and form of a drug administration.
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many classifier Only One Activity Qualifier Type
Zero, One or Many focus for qualification Only One Activity For Subject
Supertypes:
Phenomenon Qualifier

Activity Qualifier Type Defining Diagram
"Descriptive Category" capable of classifying an "Activity Qualifier"
Necessary to indicate the nature of the qualification as opposed to its value.
Examples:
In medication, "Route", "Form", "Strength", "Special Instructions" are all examples of "Activity Qualifier Type".
Associations From:
Only One classifier Zero, One or Many Activity Qualifier
Supertypes:
Descriptive Category

Activity Specification Defining Diagram
Activity specification is included here as a place-holder. When this model merged with the protocol model the definition from that model should be used. If there is no Activity specification in the protocol model then it should be deleted from this diagram
and from the Agent encyclopaedia.
Associations To:
Only One specified by Zero, One or Many Authorised Agent Activity

Activity State Defining Diagram
"Activity" 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 "Activity 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 From:
Only One observer Zero, One or Many Subject Creation
Only One observer Zero, One or Many Subject Property
Only One observer Zero, One or Many Subject Property Qualifier
Zero or One recorder Zero, One or Many Phenomenon Or Qualifier
Zero or One reporter Zero, One or Many Phenomenon Or Qualifier
Only One source of Zero, One or Many Outcome Of Activity
Associations To:
One or Many activity for Only One Activity
Zero, One or Many classifier Only One Activity State Type
One or Many responsible for Only One Activity State Change
Subtype Partitions:
Activity/State
Performance Suspended Activity
Decomposed Activity
Completed Activity
Activity Under Consideration
Started Activity
Instantiated Activity
Not Required Activity
Performance Rejected Activity
Performer Selected Activity
Activity To Be Done
Performer Rejected Activity
Performer Accepted Activity
Abandoned Activity
Scheduled Activity

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

Activity State Type Defining Diagram
"State Type" being one of the permissible states for "Activity State".
Associations From:
Zero or One activity state type from Zero, One or Many State Transition Excluded
Only One activity state type to Zero, One or Many State Transition Excluded
Only One classifier Zero, One or Many Activity State
Supertypes:
State Type

Activity Substitution Defining Diagram
"Activity" which has been wholly or partially replaced by another and hence will not be taken forward.
Note that the "Activity" which is not to be taken forward moves to the "Not Required" state.
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many replacement activity Only One Activity
Zero, One or Many superseded activity Only One Not Required Activity

Activity To Be Done Defining Diagram
"Activity" required to be undertaken.
Required activities are those which an Agent has made a specific decision to take forward.
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many for performance start Zero or One Location
Zero, One or Many responsible for progress Only One Agent
One or Many source for Zero or One Instantiated Activity
Supertypes:
Activity State

Activity Type Defining Diagram
"Descriptive Category" capable of being used as a category for "Activities".
Associations From:
Only One classifier Zero, One or Many Activity
Only One classifier Zero, One or Many Activity Type Excluded
Only One classifier Zero, One or Many Agent's Activity Type
Only One classifier Zero, One or Many Subject Responsibility
Supertypes:
Descriptive Category

Activity Type Excluded Defining Diagram
An "Activity Type" that may not be performed for this "Authorised Agent Activity".
This will be a species or sub-species of the "Activity Type" associated with the Agent via "Agent's Activity Type".
Examples:
This could for example mean that a doctor is allowed to perform general medical duties (an "Activity Type" included by "Permitted Activity Type", with the exception of heart transplants, an excluded "Activity Type".
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many classifier Only One Activity Type
Zero, One or Many subject to constraint Only One Agent's Activity Type

Activity Type Offered Defining Diagram
An "Activity Type" that an "Agent" makes a general offer to perform.
There is no need for any authorisation for this type of offer - it can be offered by a "Free Agent". Example would be setting up a business to supply goods that are not regulated by legislation (i.e. a pharmacists shop would not be covered by this type.)
Supertypes:
Agent's Activity Type

Activity Under Consideration Defining Diagram
"Activity" which is considered appropriate by an "Agent".
Note that there is not necessarily any intention to perform the Activity at this stage - indeed a set of conflicting Activities may all be simultaneously under consideration.
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many earliest performance start Only One Timepoint
Zero, One or Many latest performance end Only One Timepoint
One or Many parent Zero or One Decomposed Activity
Zero, One or Many source of Zero or One Agent Accepted Intention
Supertypes:
Activity State

Actual Outcome Defining Diagram
"Outcome" deduced to be in effect preceding or at the time of the deducing "Activity".
Associations To:
Zero, One or Many actual source of Only One Subject Phenomenon
Zero, One or Many property for Only One Actual Property
Supertypes:
Causal Relation

Actual Property Defining Diagram
"Property" applicable at or before time of attribution.
Associations From:
Zero, One or Many basis Zero, One or Many Projected Property
Only One property for Zero, One or Many Actual Outcome
Only One source Zero, One or Many Property Natural Progression
Supertypes:
Subject Property
Subtype Partitions:
AP/Deduction
Hypothesis
Observed Property

Actual Resource For Activity Defining Diagram
"Resource For Activity" using a specific identified "Resource Held".
Supertypes:
Resource For Activity
Subtype Partitions:
ARA/Temporality
Temporal Resource For Activity
Physical Resource For Activity