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Ordered LinearAnchorPoints? [message #1377] Thu, 23 June 2016 14:49 Go to next message
Felix Prüter is currently offline  Felix Prüter
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Hello,
when LinearAnchorPoint instances form an ordered set of named points, then the association between LinearPositioningSystem and LinearAnchorPoint should be tagged as ordered.
Like the association between OrderedElementCollection and NetElement.

Kind regards
Felix
SIGNON Deutschland GmbH


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Re: Ordered LinearAnchorPoints? [message #1402 is a reply to message #1377] Fri, 19 August 2016 16:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
christian.rahmig is currently online  christian.rahmig
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Dear Felix!

In the case of "LinearAnchorPoints" the sequence of the instances is
defined by the attribute "measure".
The attribute "measure" has to be strictly increasing.

Are you aware of usecases where this assumption is not valid?

Best regards
Christian

Am 23.06.2016 um 18:18 schrieb Felix Prüter:
> Hello,
> when LinearAnchorPoint instances form an ordered set of
> named points, then the association between
> LinearPositioningSystem and LinearAnchorPoint should be
> tagged as ordered.
> Like the association between OrderedElementCollection and
> NetElement.
>
> Kind regards
> Felix
> SIGNON Deutschland GmbH


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Re: Ordered LinearAnchorPoints? [message #1407 is a reply to message #1402] Thu, 01 September 2016 14:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Felix Prüter is currently offline  Felix Prüter
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Hi Christian,
how to handle the case of a mileage jump where we jump back with the mileage?
We'd need 2 AnchorPoints (at the same location) and the anchestor has a higher milege then the descendant.

Best regards
Felix


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Re: Ordered LinearAnchorPoints? [message #1423 is a reply to message #1407] Fri, 07 October 2016 10:46 Go to previous message
Alain Jeanmaire is currently offline  Alain Jeanmaire
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Dear Felix,

thank you for your contribution to challege and improve RTM.

On behalf of Gilles Dessagne:

Yes, you are right. In this case you should cut the LinearPositionningSystem into two parts.

Best regards
Alain Jeanmaire/ Gilles Dessagne
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