Changes between Version 30 and Version 31 of PotentialDataModelTypes


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10/18/12 02:41:02 (7 years ago)
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markh
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  • PotentialDataModelTypes

    v30 v31  
    1919 * Anyone involved in the CF community is welcome to add an entry to the 'Types' list and 'definition'.
    2020 * Creation of new entries is preferred to editing of current entries; please use unique names.
    21  * If entries are to be edited, please use ~~strikethrough~~ to indicate text suggested to remove and __underline__ for text suggested to be added and add your ''trac user name'' beside the edit.
     21 * If entries are to be edited, please use ~~strikethrough~~ to indicate text suggested to remove and __underline__ for text suggested to be added.
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    2323== Types ==
     
    2525 * !ScalarField:
    2626  * a defined scalar phenomenon with a multi-dimensional set of phenomenon values __and metadata describing the phenomenon values__.
    27  * Coordinate:
     27 * __Coord__ ~~Coordinate~~:
    2828  * a defined phenomenon, providing metadata to a Field.
    29  * !DimensionCoordinate (Coordinate):
    30   * a 1 dimensional, monotonic, numerical coordinate describing one dimension of a Field.
    31  * !AuxiliaryCoordinate (Coordinate):
    32   * a coordinate describing one or more dimensions of a Field
     29  * __abstract, not to be explicitly provided by an implementation__
     30 * __Coordinate (Coord)__ ~~!DimensionCoordinate (Coordinate)~~:
     31  * a 1 dimensional, monotonic, numerical Coord ~~coordinate describing one dimension of a Field.~~
     32 * !AuxiliaryCoordinate __(Coord)__ ~~(Coordinate)~~:
     33  * a coord which does not have to be 1 dimensional, monotonic or numerical
     34  * ~~a coordinate describing one or more dimensions of a Field~~
     35 * __!DimensionCoordinate__:
     36  * __a Coordinate, owned by a Field and used by the Field to uniquely define one of its dimensions__
    3337 * !CoordinateSystem:
    3438  * a frame of reference which spatial coordiantes may be defined with respect to.