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PositioningSystemCoordinate(s) referenced by an EntityLocation [message #1395] Tue, 09 August 2016 12:53 Go to next message
Felix Prüter is currently offline  Felix Prüter
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Registered: June 2016
Location: Berlin
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Hi,
is it necessary or only possible that a PositioningSystemCoordinate which is referenced by an EntityLocation is referencrd by an InstrinsicCoordinate too?
If one does so, the intrinsicCoord value (of the referencing IntrinsicCoordinate) might be redundant or inconsistent with the information given by the SpotLocationIntrinsic (intrinsicCoord) or OrderedAssociatedNetElement (intrinsicCoordBegin/End) of the EntityLocation.
Is this intendet or is there a restriction in the model that I don't see?

Best regards


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Felix Prüter
SIGNON Deutschland GmbH
Re: PositioningSystemCoordinate(s) referenced by an EntityLocation [message #1424 is a reply to message #1395] Fri, 07 October 2016 10:51 Go to previous message
Alain Jeanmaire is currently offline  Alain Jeanmaire
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Registered: January 2016
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Dear Felix,

thank you for your contribution to challege and improve RTM.

On behalf of Gilles Dessagne:

This is effectively an error in the published version of RTM.

The relation with positioning system and intrinsic coordinate should be defined with two specific classes(for each type of location : spot, linear and area).

Under work for a future release.

Best regards
Alain Jeanmaire/ Gilles Dessagne
SNCF Réseau
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