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railML 3.x: Data Modelling Patterns [message #1797] Fri, 18 May 2018 09:01
christian.rahmig is currently offline  christian.rahmig
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Dear all,

upcoming new major version railML 3.x will contain lot of modifications
and changes. In order to keep a unified layout and model structure, some
elementary "Data Modelling Patterns" have been defined. These patterns
shall represent a set of rules for modellers (and users) how certain
things are being structured in the model. You can find a first version
of these "Data Modelling Patterns" in [1].

I would like to get your feedback on this approach: Do you agree with
the overall concept of having Data Modelling Patterns? What do you think
about the different patterns in particular?

Any reaction is highly appreciated...

[1]
http://forum.railml.org/userfiles/2018-05-02_railml_railml3- modelling-patterns.pdf

Best regards
Christian

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