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Elements
Main schema impex-1_0_3.xsd
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Properties
attribute form default unqualified
element form default qualified
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Element Spase
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#http___impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at_Spase_lang impex-1_0_3.tmp#Version impex-1_0_3.tmp#ResourceEntity impex-1_0_3.tmp#http___impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at_Spase
Type Spase
Properties
content complex
Model
Children ResourceEntity, Version
Instance
<Spase lang="en" xmlns="http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at">
  <Version>{1,1}</Version>
  <ResourceEntity>{1,unbounded}</ResourceEntity>
</Spase>
Attributes
QName Type Default Use
lang xsd:string en optional
Source
<xsd:element name="Spase" type="Spase"/>
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Element Version
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
Indicates the release identifier. When used
to indicate the release of the SPASE data
model, it is a in the form Major.Minor.Fix
where Major: A significant change in the architecture
of the model or rewrite of the implementation.
This includes major changes in design or implementation
language. This number starts at 0 (zero).
Minor: An addition of terms or features that
require changes in documentation/external
API. This number starts at 0 (zero). Fix:
Any change that doesn't require documentation/external
API changes. This number starts at 0 (zero).
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#enumVersion
Type enumVersion
Properties
content simple
Facets
enumeration 2.2.2
Used by
Complex Type Spase
Source
<xsd:element name="Version" type="enumVersion">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">Indicates the release identifier. When used to indicate the release of the SPASE data model, it is a in the form Major.Minor.Fix where Major: A significant change in the architecture of the model or rewrite of the implementation. This includes major changes in design or implementation language. This number starts at 0 (zero). Minor: An addition of terms or features that require changes in documentation/external API. This number starts at 0 (zero). Fix: Any change that doesn't require documentation/external API changes. This number starts at 0 (zero).</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element ResourceEntity
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#Annotation impex-1_0_3.tmp#Catalog impex-1_0_3.tmp#DisplayData impex-1_0_3.tmp#DisplayOutput impex-1_0_3.tmp#Document impex-1_0_3.tmp#Granule impex-1_0_3.tmp#Instrument impex-1_0_3.tmp#NumericalData impex-1_0_3.tmp#NumericalOutput impex-1_0_3.tmp#Observatory impex-1_0_3.tmp#Person impex-1_0_3.tmp#Registry impex-1_0_3.tmp#Repository impex-1_0_3.tmp#Service impex-1_0_3.tmp#SimulationModel impex-1_0_3.tmp#SimulationRun
Properties
abstract true
Substitution Group
Used by
Complex Type Spase
Source
<xsd:element name="ResourceEntity" abstract="true"/>
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Element Catalog
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#ResourceID impex-1_0_3.tmp#ResourceHeader impex-1_0_3.tmp#AccessInformation impex-1_0_3.tmp#ProviderResourceName impex-1_0_3.tmp#ProviderVersion impex-1_0_3.tmp#InstrumentID impex-1_0_3.tmp#PhenomenonType impex-1_0_3.tmp#TimeSpan impex-1_0_3.tmp#Caveats impex-1_0_3.tmp#Keyword impex-1_0_3.tmp#InputResourceID impex-1_0_3.tmp#Parameter impex-1_0_3.tmp#Extension impex-1_0_3.tmp#http___impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at_Catalog impex-1_0_3.tmp#ResourceEntity
Type Catalog
Properties
content complex
Substitution Group Affiliation
Model
Children AccessInformation, Caveats, Extension, InputResourceID, InstrumentID, Keyword, Parameter, PhenomenonType, ProviderResourceName, ProviderVersion, ResourceHeader, ResourceID, TimeSpan
Instance
<Catalog xmlns="http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at">
  <ResourceID>{1,1}</ResourceID>
  <ResourceHeader>{1,1}</ResourceHeader>
  <AccessInformation>{1,unbounded}</AccessInformation>
  <ProviderResourceName>{0,1}</ProviderResourceName>
  <ProviderVersion>{0,1}</ProviderVersion>
  <InstrumentID>{0,unbounded}</InstrumentID>
  <PhenomenonType>{1,unbounded}</PhenomenonType>
  <TimeSpan>{0,1}</TimeSpan>
  <Caveats>{0,1}</Caveats>
  <Keyword>{0,unbounded}</Keyword>
  <InputResourceID>{0,unbounded}</InputResourceID>
  <Parameter>{0,unbounded}</Parameter>
  <Extension>{0,unbounded}</Extension>
</Catalog>
Source
<xsd:element name="Catalog" type="Catalog" substitutionGroup="ResourceEntity"/>
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Element ResourceID
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#http___impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at_ResourceID
Type ResourceID
Properties
content simple
Used by
Source
<xsd:element name="ResourceID" type="ResourceID"/>
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Element ResourceHeader
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#ResourceName impex-1_0_3.tmp#AlternateName impex-1_0_3.tmp#ReleaseDate impex-1_0_3.tmp#ExpirationDate impex-1_0_3.tmp#Description impex-1_0_3.tmp#Acknowledgement impex-1_0_3.tmp#Contact impex-1_0_3.tmp#InformationURL impex-1_0_3.tmp#Association impex-1_0_3.tmp#PriorID impex-1_0_3.tmp#http___impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at_ResourceHeader
Type ResourceHeader
Properties
content complex
Used by
Model
Children Acknowledgement, AlternateName, Association, Contact, Description, ExpirationDate, InformationURL, PriorID, ReleaseDate, ResourceName
Instance
<ResourceHeader xmlns="http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at">
  <ResourceName>{1,1}</ResourceName>
  <AlternateName>{0,unbounded}</AlternateName>
  <ReleaseDate>{1,1}</ReleaseDate>
  <ExpirationDate>{0,1}</ExpirationDate>
  <Description>{1,1}</Description>
  <Acknowledgement>{0,1}</Acknowledgement>
  <Contact>{1,unbounded}</Contact>
  <InformationURL>{0,unbounded}</InformationURL>
  <Association>{0,unbounded}</Association>
  <PriorID>{0,unbounded}</PriorID>
</ResourceHeader>
Source
<xsd:element name="ResourceHeader" type="ResourceHeader"/>
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Element ResourceName
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
A short textual description of a resource
which may be useful when read by a person.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Complex Type ResourceHeader
Source
<xsd:element name="ResourceName" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">A short textual description of a resource which may be useful when read by a person.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element AlternateName
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
An alternative or shortened name used to refer
to a resource. This includes acronyms, expanded
names or a synonym for a resource.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Complex Type ResourceHeader
Source
<xsd:element name="AlternateName" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">An alternative or shortened name used to refer to a resource. This includes acronyms, expanded names or a synonym for a resource.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element ReleaseDate
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The date and time when a resource is made
available. The availability of a resource
coincides with the release of a resource description.
If the Release Date is specified as a future
date then it indicates that resource should
not be made available until that time. However,
this is only advisory and in practice the
Release Date should be the actual date the
resource description was published.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:dateTime
Properties
content simple
Used by
Source
<xsd:element name="ReleaseDate" type="xsd:dateTime">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The date and time when a resource is made available. The availability of a resource coincides with the release of a resource description. If the Release Date is specified as a future date then it indicates that resource should not be made available until that time. However, this is only advisory and in practice the Release Date should be the actual date the resource description was published.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element ExpirationDate
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The date and time when a resource is no longer
available. If the Expiration Date is specified
then it indicates that resource should not
be made available after that time. However,
this is only advisory and in practice a resource
description should be unpublished to eliminate
access to a resource.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:dateTime
Properties
content simple
Used by
Complex Types Granule, ResourceHeader
Source
<xsd:element name="ExpirationDate" type="xsd:dateTime">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The date and time when a resource is no longer available. If the Expiration Date is specified then it indicates that resource should not be made available after that time. However, this is only advisory and in practice a resource description should be unpublished to eliminate access to a resource.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element Description
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
A narrative explanation with detail appropriate
for the item it describes. For example a description
of data resource should include discussions
of the main quantities in the resource, possible
uses and search terms. A description should
also include whether any corrections (i.e,
geometry, inertial) have been applied to the
resource.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Source
<xsd:element name="Description" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">A narrative explanation with detail appropriate for the item it describes. For example a description of data resource should include discussions of the main quantities in the resource, possible uses and search terms. A description should also include whether any corrections (i.e, geometry, inertial) have been applied to the resource.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element Acknowledgement
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The individual, group or organization which
should be acknowledged when the data is used
in or contributes to a presentation or publication.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Source
<xsd:element name="Acknowledgement" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The individual, group or organization which should be acknowledged when the data is used in or contributes to a presentation or publication.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element Contact
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#PersonID impex-1_0_3.tmp#Role impex-1_0_3.tmp#http___impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at_Contact
Type Contact
Properties
content complex
Used by
Complex Type ResourceHeader
Model
Children PersonID, Role
Instance
<Contact xmlns="http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at">
  <PersonID>{1,1}</PersonID>
  <Role>{1,unbounded}</Role>
</Contact>
Source
<xsd:element name="Contact" type="Contact"/>
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Element PersonID
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The identifier assigned to a Person description.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Complex Type Contact
Source
<xsd:element name="PersonID" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The identifier assigned to a Person description.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element Role
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The assigned or assumed function or position
of an individual.
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#enumRole
Type enumRole
Properties
content simple
Facets
enumeration ArchiveSpecialist
An individual who is an expert on a collection
of resources and may also be knowledgeable
of the phenomenon and related physics represented
by the resources. This includes librarians,
curators, archive scientists and other experts.
enumeration CoInvestigator
An individual who is a scientific peer and
major participant in an investigation.
enumeration Contributor
An entity responsible for making contributions
to the content of the resource.
enumeration DataProducer
An individual who generated the resource and
is familiar with its provenance.
enumeration DeputyPI
An individual who is an administrative or
scientific leader for an investigation operating
under the supervision of a Principal Investigator.
enumeration FormerPI
An individual who had served as the administrative
and scientific lead for an investigation,
but no longer assumes that role.
enumeration GeneralContact
An individual who can provide information
on a range of subjects or who can direct you
to a domain expert.
enumeration MetadataContact
An individual who can affect a change in the
metadata describing a resource.
enumeration PrincipalInvestigator
An individual who is the administrative and
scientific lead for an investigation.
enumeration ProjectScientist
An individual who is an expert in the phenomenon
and related physics explored by the project.
A project scientist may also have a managerial
role within the project.
enumeration Publisher
An individual, organization, institution or
government department responsible for the
production and dissemination of a document.
enumeration Scientist
An individual who is an expert in the phenomenon
and related physics represented by the resource.
enumeration TeamLeader
An individual who is the designated leader
of an investigation.
enumeration TeamMember
An individual who is a major participant in
an investigation.
enumeration TechnicalContact
An individual who can provide specific information
with regard to the resource or supporting
software
Used by
Complex Type Contact
Source
<xsd:element name="Role" type="enumRole">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The assigned or assumed function or position of an individual.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element InformationURL
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#Name impex-1_0_3.tmp#URL impex-1_0_3.tmp#Description impex-1_0_3.tmp#Language impex-1_0_3.tmp#http___impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at_InformationURL
Type InformationURL
Properties
content complex
Used by
Complex Type ResourceHeader
Model
Children Description, Language, Name, URL
Instance
<InformationURL xmlns="http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at">
  <Name>{0,1}</Name>
  <URL>{1,1}</URL>
  <Description>{0,1}</Description>
  <Language>{0,1}</Language>
</InformationURL>
Source
<xsd:element name="InformationURL" type="InformationURL"/>
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Element Name
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
A language unit by which a person or thing
is known.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Source
<xsd:element name="Name" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">A language unit by which a person or thing is known.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element URL
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
Uniform Resource Locator (URL) is the global
address of documents and other resources on
the World Wide Web. The first part of the
address indicates what protocol to use, and
the second part specifies the IP address or
the domain name where the resource is located
followed by the pathname of the resource.
A URL is specified in the form protocol://server.domain.name:port/pathname.
Example protocols are HTTP or FTP, server
domain name is the Internet name.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Complex Types AccessURL, InformationURL, Source
Source
<xsd:element name="URL" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">Uniform Resource Locator (URL) is the global address of documents and other resources on the World Wide Web. The first part of the address indicates what protocol to use, and the second part specifies the IP address or the domain name where the resource is located followed by the pathname of the resource. A URL is specified in the form protocol://server.domain.name:port/pathname. Example protocols are HTTP or FTP, server domain name is the Internet name.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element Language
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The two character indicator of language selected
from the ISO 630-1 codes for the representation
of names of languages.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Complex Types AccessURL, InformationURL
Source
<xsd:element name="Language" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The two character indicator of language selected from the ISO 630-1 codes for the representation of names of languages.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element Association
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#AssociationID impex-1_0_3.tmp#AssociationType impex-1_0_3.tmp#Note impex-1_0_3.tmp#http___impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at_Association
Type Association
Properties
content complex
Used by
Complex Type ResourceHeader
Model
Children AssociationID, AssociationType, Note
Instance
<Association xmlns="http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at">
  <AssociationID>{1,1}</AssociationID>
  <AssociationType>{1,1}</AssociationType>
  <Note>{0,1}</Note>
</Association>
Source
<xsd:element name="Association" type="Association"/>
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Element AssociationID
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The resource identifier for a resource with
which this resource is closely associated.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Complex Type Association
Source
<xsd:element name="AssociationID" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The resource identifier for a resource with which this resource is closely associated.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element AssociationType
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
A characterization of the role or purpose
of an associated resource.
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#enumAssociationType
Type enumAssociationType
Properties
content simple
Facets
enumeration ChildEventOf
A descendant or caused by another resource.
enumeration DerivedFrom
A transformed or altered version of a resource
instance.
enumeration ObservedBy
Detected or originating from another resource.
enumeration Other
Not classified with more specific terms. The
context of its usage may be described in related
text.
enumeration PartOf
A portion of a larger resource.
enumeration RevisionOf
A modified version of a resource instance.
Used by
Complex Type Association
Source
<xsd:element name="AssociationType" type="enumAssociationType">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">A characterization of the role or purpose of an associated resource.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element Note
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
Information which is useful or important for
the understanding of a value or parameter.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Source
<xsd:element name="Note" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">Information which is useful or important for the understanding of a value or parameter.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element PriorID
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The resource identifier for a resource that
is superseded or replaced by a resource.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Complex Types Granule, ResourceHeader
Source
<xsd:element name="PriorID" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The resource identifier for a resource that is superseded or replaced by a resource.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element AccessInformation
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#RepositoryID impex-1_0_3.tmp#Availability impex-1_0_3.tmp#AccessRights impex-1_0_3.tmp#AccessURL impex-1_0_3.tmp#Format impex-1_0_3.tmp#Encoding impex-1_0_3.tmp#DataExtent impex-1_0_3.tmp#Acknowledgement impex-1_0_3.tmp#http___impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at_AccessInformation
Type AccessInformation
Properties
content complex
Used by
Model
Children AccessRights, AccessURL, Acknowledgement, Availability, DataExtent, Encoding, Format, RepositoryID
Instance
<AccessInformation xmlns="http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at">
  <RepositoryID>{1,1}</RepositoryID>
  <Availability>{0,1}</Availability>
  <AccessRights>{0,1}</AccessRights>
  <AccessURL>{1,unbounded}</AccessURL>
  <Format>{1,1}</Format>
  <Encoding>{0,1}</Encoding>
  <DataExtent>{0,1}</DataExtent>
  <Acknowledgement>{0,1}</Acknowledgement>
</AccessInformation>
Source
<xsd:element name="AccessInformation" type="AccessInformation"/>
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Element RepositoryID
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The identifier of an Repository resource.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Complex Type AccessInformation
Source
<xsd:element name="RepositoryID" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The identifier of an Repository resource.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element Availability
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
An indication of the method or service which
may be used to access the resource.
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#enumAvailability
Type enumAvailability
Properties
content simple
Facets
enumeration Offline
Not directly accessible electronically. This
includes resources which may to be moved to
an on-line status in response to a given request.
enumeration Online
Directly accessible electronically.
Used by
Complex Type AccessInformation
Source
<xsd:element name="Availability" type="enumAvailability">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">An indication of the method or service which may be used to access the resource.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element AccessRights
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
Permissions granted or denied by the host
of a product to allow other users to access
and use the resource.
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#enumAccessRights
Type enumAccessRights
Properties
content simple
Facets
enumeration Open
Access is granted to everyone.
enumeration Restricted
Access to the product is regulated and requires
some form of identification.
Used by
Complex Type AccessInformation
Source
<xsd:element name="AccessRights" type="enumAccessRights">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">Permissions granted or denied by the host of a product to allow other users to access and use the resource.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element AccessURL
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#Name impex-1_0_3.tmp#URL impex-1_0_3.tmp#ProductKey impex-1_0_3.tmp#Description impex-1_0_3.tmp#Language impex-1_0_3.tmp#http___impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at_AccessURL
Type AccessURL
Properties
content complex
Used by
Model
Children Description, Language, Name, ProductKey, URL
Instance
<AccessURL xmlns="http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at">
  <Name>{0,1}</Name>
  <URL>{1,1}</URL>
  <ProductKey>{0,unbounded}</ProductKey>
  <Description>{0,1}</Description>
  <Language>{0,1}</Language>
</AccessURL>
Source
<xsd:element name="AccessURL" type="AccessURL"/>
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Element ProductKey
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The key (identifier) of the resource within
a Repository. This is a local identifier which
can be used to retrieve or locate the resource.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Complex Type AccessURL
Source
<xsd:element name="ProductKey" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The key (identifier) of the resource within a Repository. This is a local identifier which can be used to retrieve or locate the resource.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element Format
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The organization of data according to preset
specifications. The value is selected from
a list of accepted names for known, well documented
formats.
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#enumFormat
Type enumFormat
Properties
content simple
Facets
enumeration AVI
Audio Video Interleave (AVI) a digital format
for movies that conforms to the Microsoft
Windows Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF).
enumeration Binary
A direct representation of the bits which
may be stored in memory on a computer.
enumeration CDF
Common Data Format (CDF). A binary storage
format developed at Goddard Space Flight Center
(GSFC).
enumeration CEF
Cluster Exchange Format (CEF) is a self-documenting
ASCII format designed for the exchange of
data. There are two versions of CEF which
are not totally compatible.
enumeration CEF1
Cluster Exchange Format (CEF), version 1,
is a self-documenting ASCII format designed
for the exchange of data. The metadata contains
information compatible with the ISTP recommendations
for CDF.
enumeration CEF2
Cluster Exchange Format (CEF), version 2,
is a self-documenting ASCII format designed
for the exchange of data and introduced for
Cluster Active Archive. Compared to version
1, the metadata description of vectors and
tensors is different.
enumeration Excel
A Microsoft spreadsheet format used to hold
a variety of data in tables which can include
calculations.
enumeration FITS
Flexible Image Transport System (FITS) is
a digital format primarily designed to store
scientific data sets consisting of multi-dimensional
arrays (1-D spectra, 2-D images or 3-D data
cubes) and 2-dimensional tables containing
rows and columns of data.
enumeration GIF
Graphic Interchange Format (GIF) first introduced
in 1987 by CompuServe. GIF uses LZW compression
and images are limited to 256 colours.
enumeration HDF
Hierarchical Data Format
enumeration HDF4
Hierarchical Data Format, Version 4
enumeration HDF5
Hierarchical Data Format, Version 5
enumeration HTML
A text file containing structured information
represented in the HyperText Mark-up Language
(HTML). See <http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/>
enumeration Hardcopy
A permanent reproduction, or copy in the form
of a physical object, of any media suitable
for direct use by a person.
enumeration Hardcopy.Film
An image recording medium on which usually
a "negative" analog image is registered. A
"positive" image can be recovered or reproduced
from film, which is usually made of flexible
materials for ease of storage and transportation.
enumeration Hardcopy.Microfiche
A sheet of microfilm on which many pages of
material have been photographed; a magnification
system is used to read the material.
enumeration Hardcopy.Microfilm
Film rolls on which materials are photographed
at greatly reduced size; a magnification system
is used to read the material.
enumeration Hardcopy.Photograph
An image (positive or negative) registered
on a piece of photo-sensitive paper
enumeration Hardcopy.PhotographicPlate
A rigid (typically glass) medium that functions
like film. Its rigidity is for guarding against
image distortion due to medium deformation
(caused by heat and humidity). Photographic
plates are often used for astronomical photography.
enumeration Hardcopy.Print
A sheet of any written or printed material
which may include notes or graphics. Multiple
printed pages may be bound into a manuscript
or book.
enumeration IDFS
Instrument Data File Set (IDFS) is a set of
files written in a prescribed format which
contain data, timing data, and meta-data.
IDFS was developed at Southwest Research Institute
(SwRI).
enumeration IDL
Interactive Data Language (IDL) save set.
IDL is a proprietary format.
enumeration JPEG
A binary format for still images defined by
the Joint Photographic Experts Group
enumeration MATLAB_4
MATLAB Workspace save set, version 4. MAT-files
are double-precision, binary, MATLAB format
files. MATLAB is a proprietary product of
The MathWorks.
enumeration MATLAB_6
MATLAB Workspace save set, version 6. MAT-files
are double-precision, binary, MATLAB format
files. MATLAB is a proprietary product of
The MathWorks.
enumeration MATLAB_7
MATLAB Workspace save set, version 7. MAT-files
are double-precision, binary, MATLAB format
files. Version 7 includes data compression
and Unicode encoding. MATLAB is a proprietary
product of The MathWorks.
enumeration MPEG
A digital format for movies defined by the
Motion Picture Experts Group
enumeration NCAR
The National Center for Atmospheric Research
(NCAR) format. A complete description of that
standard is given in appendix C of the "Report
on Establishment & Operation of the Incoherent-
Scatter Data Base", dated August 23, 1984,
obtainable from NCAR, P.O. Box 3000 Boulder,
Colorado 80307-3000.
enumeration NetCDF
Unidata Program Center's Network Common Data
Form (NetCDF). A self-describing portable
data format for array-oriented data access.
See <http://my.unidata.ucar.edu/content/software/netcdf>
enumeration PDF
A document expressed in the Portable Document
Format (PDF) as defined by Adobe.
enumeration PNG
A digital format for still images. Portable
Network Graphics (PNG)
enumeration Postscript
A page description programming language created
by Adobe Systems Inc. that is a device-independent
industry standard for representing text and
graphics.
enumeration QuickTime
A format for digital movies, as defined by
Apple Computer. See <http://developer.apple.com/quicktime/>
enumeration TIFF
A binary format for still pictures. Tagged
Image Format File (TIFF). Originally developed
by Aldus and now controlled by Adobe.
enumeration Text
A sequence of characters which may have an
imposed structure or organization.
enumeration Text.ASCII
A sequence of characters that adheres to American
Standard Code for Information Interchange
(ASCII) which is an 7-bit character-coding
scheme.
enumeration Text.Unicode
Text in multi-byte Unicode format.
enumeration UDF
Universal Data Format (UDF). The Optical Technology
Storage Association's Universal Disk Format,
based on ISO 13346. See <http://www.osta.org/specs/index.htm>
enumeration VOTable
A proposed IVOA standard designed as a flexible
storage and exchange format for tabular data.
enumeration XML
eXtensible Mark-up Language (XML). A structured
format for representing information. See <http://www.w3.org/XML/>
Used by
Complex Type AccessInformation
Source
<xsd:element name="Format" type="enumFormat">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The organization of data according to preset specifications. The value is selected from a list of accepted names for known, well documented formats.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element Encoding
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
A set of unambiguous rules that establishes
the representation of information within a
file.
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#enumEncoding
Type enumEncoding
Properties
content simple
Facets
enumeration ASCII
A sequence of characters that adheres to American
Standard Code for Information Interchange
(ASCII) which is an 7-bit character-coding
scheme.
enumeration BZIP2
An open standard algorithm by Julian Seward
using Burrows-Wheeler block sorting and Huffman
coding. See <http://www.bzip.org/>
enumeration Base64
A data encoding scheme whereby binary-encoded
data is converted to printable ASCII characters.
It is defined as a MIME content transfer encoding
for use in Internet e-mail. The only characters
used are the upper- and lower-case Roman alphabet
characters (A-Z, a-z), the numerals (0-9),
and the "+" and "/" symbols, with the "="
symbol as a special suffix (padding) code.
enumeration GZIP
An open standard algorithm distributed by
GHU based on LZ77 and Huffman coding. See
<http://www.gnu.org/software/gzip/gzip.html>
or <http://www.gzip.org/>
enumeration None
A lack or absence of anything.
enumeration S3_BUCKET
A container of objects that comply with the
Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) specifications.
A bucket has a unique, user-assigned key (name).
A bucket can contain any number of objects
with an aggregate size of 5 gigabytes. A bucket
may be accompanied by up to 2 kilobytes of
metadata.
enumeration TAR
A file format used to collate collections
of files into one larger file, for distribution
or archiving, while preserving file system
information such as user and group permissions,
dates, and directory structures. The format
was standardized by POSIX.1-1988 and later
POSIX.1-2001.
enumeration Unicode
Text in multi-byte Unicode format.
enumeration ZIP
An open standard for compression which is
a variation of the LZW method and was originally
used in the PKZIP utility.
Used by
Complex Type AccessInformation
Source
<xsd:element name="Encoding" type="enumEncoding">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">A set of unambiguous rules that establishes the representation of information within a file.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element DataExtent
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#Quantity impex-1_0_3.tmp#Units impex-1_0_3.tmp#Per impex-1_0_3.tmp#http___impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at_DataExtent
Type DataExtent
Properties
content complex
Used by
Complex Types AccessInformation, Source
Model
Children Per, Quantity, Units
Instance
<DataExtent xmlns="http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at">
  <Quantity>{1,1}</Quantity>
  <Units>{0,1}</Units>
  <Per>{0,1}</Per>
</DataExtent>
Source
<xsd:element name="DataExtent" type="DataExtent"/>
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Element Quantity
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
A value that describes a characteristic of
a system.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:double
Properties
content simple
Used by
Complex Type DataExtent
Source
<xsd:element name="Quantity" type="xsd:double">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">A value that describes a characteristic of a system.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element Units
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
A description of the standardized measurement
increments in which a value is specified.
The description is represented as a mathematical
phrase. Units should be represented by widely
accepted representation. For example, units
should conform to the International System
of Units (SI) which is maintained by BIPM
(Bureau International des Poids et Mesures
(see <http://www.bipm.fr/> ) when appropriate
or use tokens like "Re" to represent units
of the Radius of the Earth. Within a phrase
the circumflex (^) is used to indicate a power,
a star (*) is used to indicate multiplication
and a slash (/) division. When symbols are
not separated by a mathematical operator,
multiplication is assumed. Symbols for base
units can be found at: <http://www.bipm.fr/en/si/si_brochure/chapter2/2-1/#symbols>
and those for common derived units can be
found at: <http://www.bipm.fr/en/si/derived_units/2-2-2.html>
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Source
<xsd:element name="Units" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">A description of the standardized measurement increments in which a value is specified. The description is represented as a mathematical phrase. Units should be represented by widely accepted representation. For example, units should conform to the International System of Units (SI) which is maintained by BIPM (Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (see <http://www.bipm.fr/> ) when appropriate or use tokens like "Re" to represent units of the Radius of the Earth. Within a phrase the circumflex (^) is used to indicate a power, a star (*) is used to indicate multiplication and a slash (/) division. When symbols are not separated by a mathematical operator, multiplication is assumed. Symbols for base units can be found at: <http://www.bipm.fr/en/si/si_brochure/chapter2/2-1/#symbols> and those for common derived units can be found at: <http://www.bipm.fr/en/si/derived_units/2-2-2.html></xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element Per
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The time interval over which a characterization
applies. For example, the number of bytes
generated each day.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:duration
Properties
content simple
Used by
Complex Type DataExtent
Source
<xsd:element name="Per" type="xsd:duration">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The time interval over which a characterization applies. For example, the number of bytes generated each day.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element ProviderResourceName
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
A short textual description of a resource
used by the provider which may be used to
identify a resource.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Source
<xsd:element name="ProviderResourceName" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">A short textual description of a resource used by the provider which may be used to identify a resource.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element ProviderVersion
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
Describes the release or edition of the product
used by the provider. The formation rule may
vary between providers. It is intended to
aid in queries to the provider regarding the
product.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Source
<xsd:element name="ProviderVersion" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">Describes the release or edition of the product used by the provider. The formation rule may vary between providers. It is intended to aid in queries to the provider regarding the product.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element InstrumentID
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The identifier of an Instrument resource.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Source
<xsd:element name="InstrumentID" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The identifier of an Instrument resource.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element PhenomenonType
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The characteristics or categorization of an
event type.
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#enumPhenomenonType
Type enumPhenomenonType
Properties
content simple
Facets
enumeration ActiveRegion
A localized, transient volume of the solar
atmosphere in which PLAGEs, SUNSPOTS, FACULAe,
FLAREs, etc. may be observed.
enumeration Aurora
An atmospheric phenomenon consisting of bands
of light caused by charged solar particles
following the earth's magnetic lines of force.
enumeration BowShockCrossing
A crossing of the boundary between the undisturbed
(except for foreshock effects) solar wind
and the shocked, decelerated solar wind of
the magnetosheath.
enumeration CoronalHole
An extended region of the corona, exceptionally
low in density and associated with unipolar
photospheric regions. A coronal hole can be
an "open" magnetic field in the corona and
(perhaps) inner heliosphere which has a faster
than average outflow (wind); A region of lower
than "quiet" ion and electron density in the
corona; or a region of lower peak electron
temperature in the corona than in the "quiet"
corona.
enumeration CoronalMassEjection
A solar event (CME) that involves a burst
of plasma ejected into the interplanetary
medium. CME's may be observed remotely relatively
near the sun or in situ in the interplanetary
medium. The latter type of observations are
often referred to as Interplanetary CME's
(ICME's).
enumeration EITWave
A wave in the corona of the Sun which produce
shock waves on the Sun's chromosphere (Moreton
Waves). EIT Waves are produced by large solar
flare and expand outward at about 1,000 km/s.
It usually appears as a slowly moving diffuse
arc of brightening in H-alpha, and may travel
for several hundred thousand km.
enumeration EnergeticSolarParticleEvent
An enhancement of interplanetary fluxes of
energetic ions accelerated by interplanetary
shocks and/or solar flares.
enumeration ForbushDecrease
A rapid decrease in the observed galactic
cosmic ray intensity following the passage
of an outwardly convecting interplanetary
magnetic field disturbance, such as those
associated with large CME's, that sweep some
galactic cosmic rays away from Earth.
enumeration GeomagneticStorm
A magnetospheric disturbance typically defined
by variations in the horizontal component
of the Earth's surface magnetic field. The
variation typically starts with a field enhancement
associated with a solar wind pressure pulse
and continues with a field depression associated
with an enhancement of the diamagnetic magnetospheric
ring current.
enumeration InterplanetaryShock
A shock propagating generally anti-sunward
through the slower solar wind, often seen
in front of CME-associated plasma clouds.
enumeration MagneticCloud
A transient event observed in the solar wind
characterized as a region of enhanced magnetic
field strength, smooth rotation of the magnetic
field vector and low proton density and temperature.
enumeration MagnetopauseCrossing
A crossing of the interface between the shocked
solar wind in the magnetosheath and the magnetic
field and plasma in the magnetosphere.
enumeration RadioBurst
Emissions of the sun in radio wavelengths
from centimeters to dekameters, under both
quiet and disturbed conditions. Radio Bursts
can be "Type I" consisting of many short,
narrow-band bursts in the metric range (300
- 50 MHz).; "Type II" consisting of narrow-band
emission that begins in the meter range (300
MHz) and sweeps slowly (tens of minutes) toward
dekameter wavelengths (10 MHz).; "Type III"
consisting of narrow-band bursts that sweep
rapidly (seconds) from decimeter to dekameter
wavelengths (500 - 0.5 MHz); and "Type IV"
consisting of a smooth continuum of broad-band
bursts primarily in the meter range (300 -
30 MHz).
enumeration SectorBoundaryCrossing
A sector boundary crossing is a transit by
a spacecraft across the heliospheric current
sheet separating the dominantly outward (away-from-the-sun)
interplanetary magnetic field of one hemisphere
of the heliosphere from the dominantly inward
(toward-the-sun) polarity of the other hemisphere.
 Such crossings have multi-day intervals of
opposite IMF dominant polarities on either
side.
enumeration SolarFlare
An explosive event in the Sun's atmosphere
which produces electromagnetic radiation across
the electromagnetic spectrum at multiple wavelengths
from long-wave radio to the shortest wavelength
gamma rays.
enumeration SolarWindExtreme
Intervals of unusually large or small values
of solar wind attributes such as flow speed
and ion density.
enumeration StreamInteractionRegion
The region (SIR) where two solar wind streams,
typically having differing characteristics
and solar sources, abut up against (and possibly
partially interpenetrate) each other.
enumeration Substorm
A process by which plasma in the magnetotail
becomes energized at a fast rate.
Used by
Complex Types Annotation, Catalog
Source
<xsd:element name="PhenomenonType" type="enumPhenomenonType">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The characteristics or categorization of an event type.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element TimeSpan
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#StartDate impex-1_0_3.tmp#StopDateEntity impex-1_0_3.tmp#Note impex-1_0_3.tmp#http___impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at_TimeSpan
Type TimeSpan
Properties
content complex
Used by
Model
Children Note, StartDate, StopDateEntity
Instance
<TimeSpan xmlns="http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at">
  <StartDate>{1,1}</StartDate>
  <StopDateEntity>{1,1}</StopDateEntity>
  <Note>{0,unbounded}</Note>
</TimeSpan>
Source
<xsd:element name="TimeSpan" type="TimeSpan"/>
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Element StartDate
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The specification of a starting point in time.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:dateTime
Properties
content simple
Used by
Complex Types Granule, OperatingSpan, TimeSpan
Source
<xsd:element name="StartDate" type="xsd:dateTime">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The specification of a starting point in time.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element StopDateEntity
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#RelativeStopDate impex-1_0_3.tmp#StopDate
Properties
abstract true
Substitution Group
Used by
Complex Type TimeSpan
Source
<xsd:element name="StopDateEntity" abstract="true"/>
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Element Caveats
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
Information which may be important in the
avoidance of the misuse of the resource, for
instance instrument maladies, corruption or
contamination.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Source
<xsd:element name="Caveats" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">Information which may be important in the avoidance of the misuse of the resource, for instance instrument maladies, corruption or contamination.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element Keyword
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
A word or phrase that is relevant to the resource
but does not exist in other documentary information.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Source
<xsd:element name="Keyword" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">A word or phrase that is relevant to the resource but does not exist in other documentary information.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element InputResourceID
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The resource identifier for a resource which
was used to generate this resource.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Source
<xsd:element name="InputResourceID" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The resource identifier for a resource which was used to generate this resource.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element Parameter
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#Name impex-1_0_3.tmp#Set impex-1_0_3.tmp#ParameterKey impex-1_0_3.tmp#Description impex-1_0_3.tmp#Caveats impex-1_0_3.tmp#Cadence impex-1_0_3.tmp#Units impex-1_0_3.tmp#UnitsConversion impex-1_0_3.tmp#CoordinateSystem impex-1_0_3.tmp#RenderingHints impex-1_0_3.tmp#Structure impex-1_0_3.tmp#ValidMin impex-1_0_3.tmp#ValidMax impex-1_0_3.tmp#FillValue impex-1_0_3.tmp#ParameterEntity impex-1_0_3.tmp#Property impex-1_0_3.tmp#http___impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at_Parameter
Type Parameter
Properties
content complex
Used by
Model
Children Cadence, Caveats, CoordinateSystem, Description, FillValue, Name, ParameterEntity, ParameterKey, Property, RenderingHints, Set, Structure, Units, UnitsConversion, ValidMax, ValidMin
Instance
<Parameter xmlns="http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at">
  <Name>{1,1}</Name>
  <Set>{0,unbounded}</Set>
  <ParameterKey>{0,1}</ParameterKey>
  <Description>{0,1}</Description>
  <Caveats>{0,1}</Caveats>
  <Cadence>{0,1}</Cadence>
  <Units>{0,1}</Units>
  <UnitsConversion>{0,1}</UnitsConversion>
  <CoordinateSystem>{0,1}</CoordinateSystem>
  <RenderingHints>{0,unbounded}</RenderingHints>
  <Structure>{0,1}</Structure>
  <ValidMin>{0,1}</ValidMin>
  <ValidMax>{0,1}</ValidMax>
  <FillValue>{0,1}</FillValue>
  <ParameterEntity>{1,1}</ParameterEntity>
  <Property>{0,unbounded}</Property>
</Parameter>
Source
<xsd:element name="Parameter" type="Parameter"/>
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Element Set
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
A collection of items for a particular purpose.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Source
<xsd:element name="Set" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">A collection of items for a particular purpose.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element ParameterKey
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#http___impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at_ParameterKey
Type ParameterKey
Properties
content simple
Used by
Source
<xsd:element name="ParameterKey" type="ParameterKey"/>
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Element Cadence
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The time interval between the start of successive
measurements.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:duration
Properties
content simple
Used by
Source
<xsd:element name="Cadence" type="xsd:duration">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The time interval between the start of successive measurements.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element UnitsConversion
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The multiplicative factor for converting a
unit into International System of Units (SI)
units. The factor is expressed in the form
"number > x", where "number" is a numerical
value and "x" is the appropriate SI units.
The basic SI units are Enumerated: m (meter),
N (newton), kg (kilogram), Pa (pascal), s
(second), Hz (hertz), A (ampere), V (volt),
K (kelvin), W (watt), rad (radian), J (joule),
sr (steradian), C (coulomb), T (tesla), ohm
(ohm), mho (mho or seimens), H (henry), and
F (farad). Two useful units which are not
SI units are: degree (angle), and unitless
(no units). An example is: "1.0E-9>T" which
converts the units, presumable nT, to Tesla.
Another example is: "1.0e+3>m/s" which converts
a velocity expressed in kilometers per second
to meters per second.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Source
<xsd:element name="UnitsConversion" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The multiplicative factor for converting a unit into International System of Units (SI) units. The factor is expressed in the form "number > x", where "number" is a numerical value and "x" is the appropriate SI units. The basic SI units are Enumerated: m (meter), N (newton), kg (kilogram), Pa (pascal), s (second), Hz (hertz), A (ampere), V (volt), K (kelvin), W (watt), rad (radian), J (joule), sr (steradian), C (coulomb), T (tesla), ohm (ohm), mho (mho or seimens), H (henry), and F (farad). Two useful units which are not SI units are: degree (angle), and unitless (no units). An example is: "1.0E-9>T" which converts the units, presumable nT, to Tesla. Another example is: "1.0e+3>m/s" which converts a velocity expressed in kilometers per second to meters per second.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element CoordinateSystem
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#CoordinateRepresentation impex-1_0_3.tmp#CoordinateSystemName impex-1_0_3.tmp#http___impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at_CoordinateSystem
Type CoordinateSystem
Properties
content complex
Used by
Model
Children CoordinateRepresentation, CoordinateSystemName
Instance
<CoordinateSystem xmlns="http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at">
  <CoordinateRepresentation>{1,1}</CoordinateRepresentation>
  <CoordinateSystemName>{1,1}</CoordinateSystemName>
</CoordinateSystem>
Source
<xsd:element name="CoordinateSystem" type="CoordinateSystem"/>
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Element CoordinateRepresentation
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The method or form for specifying a given
point or vector in a given coordinate system.
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#enumCoordinateRepresentation
Type enumCoordinateRepresentation
Properties
content simple
Facets
enumeration Cartesian
A representation in which a position vector
or a measured vector (e.g., field or flow)
is specified by its components along the base
axes of the coordinate system.
enumeration Cylindrical
A coordinate representation of a position
vector or measured vector (field or flow)
by its k-component, the magnitude of its projection
into the i-j plane, and the azimuthal angle
of the i-j plane projection.
enumeration Spherical
A coordinate representation of a position
vector or of a measured vector by its magnitude
and two direction angles. The angles are relative
to the base axes of the coordinate system
used. Typically the angles are phi [azimuth
angle, =arctan (j/i)] and theta, where theta
may be a polar angle, arctan {[SQRT(i^2+j^2)]/k},
or an elevation angle, arctan [k/SQRT (i^2+j^2)].
Used by
Complex Type CoordinateSystem
Source
<xsd:element name="CoordinateRepresentation" type="enumCoordinateRepresentation">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The method or form for specifying a given point or vector in a given coordinate system.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element CoordinateSystemName
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
Identifies the coordinate system in which
the position, direction or observation has
been expressed.
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#enumCoordinateSystemName
Type enumCoordinateSystemName
Properties
content simple
Facets
enumeration CGM
Corrected Geomagnetic - A coordinate system
from a spatial point with GEO radial distance
and geomagnetic latitude and longitude, follow
the epoch-appropriate IGRF/DGRF model field
vector through to the point where the field
line crosses the geomagnetic dipole equatorial
plane. Then trace the dipole magnetic field
vector Earthward from that point on the equatorial
plane, in the same hemisphere as the original
point, until the initial radial distance is
reached. Designate the dipole latitude and
longitude at that point as the CGM latitude
and longitude of the original point. See <http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/space/cgm/cgmm_des.html>
enumeration Carrington
A coordinate system which is centered at the
Sun and is "fixed" with respect to the synodic
rotation rate; the mean synodic value is about
27.2753 days. The Astronomical Almanac gives
a value for Carrington longitude of 349.03
degrees at 0000 UT on 1 January 1995.
enumeration CSO
A generic body-Centered Solar Orbital (CSO) frame
related to comets and asteroids. The frame is defined as a two-vector style
dynamic frame as follows: 
The position of the sun relative to the body is the primary vector: 
  the X axis points from the body to the sun. 
The inertially referenced velocity of the sun relative to the body 
is the secondary vector: 
  the Y axis is the component of this velocity vector orthogonal to the X axis.
  The Z axis is X cross Y, completing the right-handed reference frame. 
All vectors are geometric: no aberration corrections are used.
enumeration DM
Dipole Meridian - A coordinate system centered
at the observation point. Z axis is parallel
to the Earth's dipole axis, positive northward.
X is in the plane defined by Z and the line
linking the observation point with the Earth's
center. Y is positive eastward. See <http://cdpp.cnes.fr/00428.pdf>
enumeration GEI
Geocentric Equatorial Inertial - A coordinate
system where the Z axis is along Earth's spin
vector, positive northward. X axis points
towards the first point of Aries (from the
Earth towards the Sun at the vernal equinox).
See Russell, 1971
enumeration GEO
Geographic - geocentric corotating - A coordinate
system where the Z axis is along Earth's spin
vector, positive northward. X axis lies in
Greenwich meridian, positive towards Greenwich.
See Russell, 1971.
enumeration GPHIO
In this Cartesian coordinate system, X
is along the flow direction, Y is along the Ganymede–Jupiter
vector, and Z is along the spin axis. These coordinates are analogous
to the earth-centered GSE coordinates that relate to the
direction of flow of the solar wind onto Earth’s environment.
enumeration GSE
Geocentric Solar Ecliptic - A coordinate system
where the X axis is from Earth to Sun. Z axis
is normal to the ecliptic, positive northward.
See Russell, 1971.
enumeration GSEQ
Geocentric Solar Equatorial - A coordinate
system where the X axis is from Earth to Sun.
Y axis is parallel to solar equatorial plane.
Z axis is positive northward. See Russell,
1971
enumeration GSM
Geocentric Solar Magnetospheric - A coordinate
system where the X axis is from Earth to Sun,
Z axis is northward in a plane containing
the X axis and the geomagnetic dipole axis.
See Russell, 1971
enumeration HAE
Heliocentric Aries Ecliptic - A coordinate
system where the Z axis is normal to the ecliptic
plane, positive northward. X axis is positive
towards the first point of Aries (from Earth
to Sun at vernal equinox). Same as SE below.
See Hapgood, 1992.
enumeration HCC
Heliocentric Cartesian - A 3-D orthonormal
coordinate system that is primarily intended
to specify with two dimensions a point on
the solar disk. The Z axis points toward the
observer. The Y axis lies in the plane defined
by the solar spin vector and the Z axis, positive
northward. The X axis is perpendicular to
the Y and Z axes, positive toward solar west.
Standard representation for this system is
via the point's x and y values, expressed
either as physical distances or as fractions
of the solar disk radius.
enumeration HCI
Heliographic Carrington Inertial.
enumeration HCR
Heliocentric Radial - A 3-D orthonormal coordinate
system that is primarily intended to specify
with two dimensions a point on the solar disk.
The Z axis points toward the observer. The
Y axis lies in the plane defined by the solar
spin vector and the Z axis, positive northward.
The X axis is perpendicular to the Y and Z
axes, positive toward solar west. Standard
representation for this system is via the
point's distance rho from the Z axis [Rho
= SQRT(x**2 + y**2)] and its phase angle psi
measured counterclockwise from the +Y axis
[psi = arctan (-y/x)]
enumeration HEE
Heliocentric Earth Ecliptic - A coordinate
system where the Z axis is normal to the ecliptic
plane, positive northward. X axis points from
Sun to Earth. See Hapgood, 1992
enumeration HEEQ
Heliocentric Earth Equatorial - A coordinate
system where the Z axis is normal to the solar
equatorial plane, positive northward. X axis
is generally Earthward in the plane defined
by the Z axis and the Sun-Earth direction.
See Hapgood, 1992.
enumeration HG
Heliographic - A heliocentric rotating coordinate
system where the Z axis is normal to the solar
equatorial plane, positive northward. X, Y
axes rotate with a 25.38 day period. The zero
longitude (X axis) is defined as the longitude
that passed through the ascending node of
the solar equator on the ecliptic plane on
1 January, 1854 at 12 UT. See <http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/space/helios/coor_des.html>
enumeration HGI
Heliographic Inertial - A heliocentric coordinate
system where the Z axis is normal to the solar
equatorial plane, positive northward. X axis
is along the intersection line between solar
equatorial and ecliptic planes. The X axis
was positive at SE longitude of 74.367 deg
on Jan 1, 1900. (See SE below.) See <http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/space/helios/coor_des.html>
enumeration HPC
Helioprojective Cartesian = A 3-D orthonormal
(left-handed) coordinate system that is primarily
intended to specify with two dimensions a
point on the solar disk. The Z axis points
from the observer to the center of the solar
disk. The Y axis lies in the plane defined
by the solar spin vector and the Z axis, positive
northward. The X axis is perpendicular to
the Y and Z axes, positive toward solar west.
Given as the distance between the observer
and the center of the solar disk, the standard
representation of an (x,y) point on the solar
disk is via the point's longitude angle [arctan
(x/d)] and latitude angle [arctan y/d].
enumeration HPR
Helioprojective Radial - A 3-D orthonormal
(left-handed) coordinate system that is primarily
intended to specify with two dimensions a
point on the solar disk. The Z axis points
from the observer to the center of the solar
disk. The Y axis lies in the plane defined
by the solar spin vector and the Z axis, positive
northward. The X axis is perpendicular to
the Y and Z axes, positive toward solar west.
Given as the distance between the observer
and the center of the solar disk, the standard
representation for this system of an (x,y)
point on the solar disk is via the point's
latitude angle theta {= arctan [SQRT(x**2
+ y**2)]/d]} or equivalent declination parameter
delta (= theta - 90 deg), and its phase angle
psi as measured counter- clockwise from the
+Y axis [psi = arctan (-y/x)].
enumeration HSM
TBD
enumeration J2000
An astronomical coordinate system which uses
the mean equator and equinox of Julian date
2451545.0 TT (Terrestrial Time), or January
1, 2000, noon TT. (aka J2000) to define a
celestial reference frame.
enumeration JSM
Jovian Solar Magnetospheric - A coordinate
system where the X axis is from Jupiter to Sun,
Z axis is northward in a plane containing
the X axis and the Jovian dipole axis.
enumeration JSO
Coordinate Sytem Related to Jupiter
Jovian Solar Orbital (X anti-sunward, Y along the orbital velocity direction)
enumeration KSM
Kronian Solar Magnetospheric - A coordinate
system where the X axis is from Saturn to Sun,
Z axis is northward in a plane containing
the X axis and the Kronian dipole axis.
enumeration KSO
Coordinate Sytem Related to Saturn
Kronian Solar Orbital (X anti-sunward, Y along the orbital velocity direction)
enumeration LGM
Local Geomagnetic - A coordinate system used
mainly for Earth surface or near Earth surface
magnetic field data. X axis northward from
observation point in a geographic meridian.
Z axis downward towards Earth's center. In
this system, H (total horizontal component)
= SQRT (Bx^2 + By^2) and D (declination angle)
= arctan (By/Bx)
enumeration MAG
Geomagnetic - geocentric. Z axis is parallel
to the geomagnetic dipole axis, positive north.
X is in the plane defined by the Z axis and
the Earth's rotation axis. If N is a unit
vector from the Earth's center to the north
geographic pole, the signs of the X and Y
axes are given by Y = N x Z, X = Y x Z.. See
Russell, 1971, and <http://cdpp.cnes.fr/00428.pdf>
enumeration MFA
Magnetic Field Aligned - A coordinate system
spacecraft-centered system with Z in the direction
of the ambient magnetic field vector. X is
in the plane defined by Z and the spacecraft-Sun
line, positive sunward. See <http://cdpp.cnes.fr/00428.pdf>
enumeration MSO
Mars or Mercury Solar Orbital coordinate system.
The X axis points from the center of the planet to the Sun;
the Z axis is perpendicular to the orbital plane of the planet
   and parallel to the angular momentum vector. 
The Y axis completes the right-handed coordinate system.
enumeration RTN
Radial Tangential Normal. Typically centered
at a spacecraft. Used for IMF and plasma V
vectors. R (radial) axis is radially away
from the Sun, T (tangential) axis is normal
to the plane formed by R and the Sun's spin
vector, positive in the direction of planetary
motion. N (normal) is R x T.
enumeration SC
Spacecraft - A coordinate system defined by
the spacecraft geometry and/or spin. Often
has Z axis parallel to spacecraft spin vector.
X and Y axes may or may not corotate with
the spacecraft. See SR and SR2 below.
enumeration SE
Solar Ecliptic - A heliocentric coordinate
system where the Z axis is normal to the ecliptic
plane, positive northward. X axis is positive
towards the first point of Aries (from Earth
to Sun at vernal equinox). Same as HAE above.
See <http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/space/helios/coor_des.html>
enumeration SM
Solar Magnetic - A geocentric coordinate system
where the Z axis is northward along Earth's
dipole axis, X axis is in plane of z axis
and Earth-Sun line, positive sunward. See
Russell, 1971.
enumeration SR
Spin Reference - A special case of a Spacecraft
(SC) coordinate system for a spinning spacecraft.
Z is parallel to the spacecraft spin vector.
X and Y rotate with the spacecraft. See <http://cdpp.cnes.fr/00428.pdf>
enumeration SR2
Spin Reference 2 - A special case of a Spacecraft
(SC) coordinate system for a spinning spacecraft.
Z is parallel to the spacecraft spin vector.
X is in the plane defined by Z and the spacecraft-Sun
line, positive sunward. See <http://cdpp.cnes.fr/00428.pdf>
enumeration SSE
Spacecraft Solar Ecliptic - A coordinate system
used for deep space spacecraft, for example
Helios. - X axis from spacecraft to Sun. Z
axis normal to ecliptic plane, positive northward.
Note: Angle between normals to ecliptic and
to Helios orbit plane ~ 0.25 deg.
enumeration SSE_L
Selenocentric Solar Ecliptic.  The X axis
points from the center of the Earth's moon
to the sun, the Z axis is normal to the ecliptic
plane, positive northward.  And the Y axis
completes the right-handed set of axes.
enumeration SpacecraftOrbitPlane
A coordinate system where X lies in the plane
normal to and in the direction of motion of
the spacecraft, Z is normal to this plane
and Y completes the triad in a right-handed
coordinate system.
enumeration TIIS
In this Cartesian coordinate system, X
is along the flow direction, Y is along the Titan–Saturn
vector, and Z is along the spin axis. These coordinates are analogous
to the earth-centered GSE coordinates that relate to the
direction of flow of the solar wind onto Earth’s environment.
enumeration VSO
Venus Solar Orbital coordinate system. 
The X axis points from the center of the planet to the Sun;
The Z axis is perpendicular to the orbital plane of the planet
    and parallel to the angular momentum vector.
The Y axis completes the right-handed coordinate system.
enumeration WGS84
The World Geodetic System (WGS) defines a
reference frame for the earth, for use in
geodesy and navigation. The WGS84 uses the
zero meridian as defined by the Bureau International
de l'Heure.
Used by
Complex Types CoordinateSystem, Location
Source
<xsd:element name="CoordinateSystemName" type="enumCoordinateSystemName">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">Identifies the coordinate system in which the position, direction or observation has been expressed.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element RenderingHints
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#DisplayType impex-1_0_3.tmp#AxisLabel impex-1_0_3.tmp#RenderingAxis impex-1_0_3.tmp#Index impex-1_0_3.tmp#ValueFormat impex-1_0_3.tmp#ScaleMin impex-1_0_3.tmp#ScaleMax impex-1_0_3.tmp#ScaleType impex-1_0_3.tmp#http___impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at_RenderingHints
Type RenderingHints
Properties
content complex
Used by
Complex Types Element, Parameter
Model
Children AxisLabel, DisplayType, Index, RenderingAxis, ScaleMax, ScaleMin, ScaleType, ValueFormat
Instance
<RenderingHints xmlns="http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at">
  <DisplayType>{0,1}</DisplayType>
  <AxisLabel>{0,1}</AxisLabel>
  <RenderingAxis>{0,1}</RenderingAxis>
  <Index>{0,1}</Index>
  <ValueFormat>{0,1}</ValueFormat>
  <ScaleMin>{0,1}</ScaleMin>
  <ScaleMax>{0,1}</ScaleMax>
  <ScaleType>{0,1}</ScaleType>
</RenderingHints>
Source
<xsd:element name="RenderingHints" type="RenderingHints"/>
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Element DisplayType
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The general styling or type of plot that is
suitable for the variable.
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#enumDisplayType
Type enumDisplayType
Properties
content simple
Facets
enumeration Image
A two-dimensional representation of data with
values at each element of the array related
to an intensity or a color.
enumeration Plasmagram
The characterization of signal strengths in
active sounding measurements as a function
of virtual range or signal delay time and
sounding frequency. A Plasmagram is also referred
to as an Ionogram.
enumeration Spectrogram
The characterization of signal strengths as
a function of frequency (or energy) and time.
enumeration StackPlot
A representation of data showing multiple
sets of observations on a single plot, possibly
offsetting each plot by some uniform amount.
enumeration TimeSeries
A representation of data showing a set of
observations taken at different points in
time and charted as a time series.
enumeration WaveForm
Spatial or temporal variations of wave amplitude
over wave-period timescales.
Used by
Complex Type RenderingHints
Source
<xsd:element name="DisplayType" type="enumDisplayType">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The general styling or type of plot that is suitable for the variable.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element AxisLabel
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
A short character string (approximately 10
characters, but preferably 6 characters -
more only if absolutely required for clarity)
which can be used to label a y-axis for a
plot or to provide a heading for a data listing.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Complex Type RenderingHints
Source
<xsd:element name="AxisLabel" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">A short character string (approximately 10 characters, but preferably 6 characters - more only if absolutely required for clarity) which can be used to label a y-axis for a plot or to provide a heading for a data listing.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element RenderingAxis
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
A reference component of a plot or rendering
of data. A plot typically is a 2-dimensional
rendering with a horizontal and verticle axis.
A third dimension can be introduced with a
color coding of the rendered data.
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#enumRenderingAxis
Type enumRenderingAxis
Properties
content simple
Facets
enumeration ColorBar
A spectrum or set of colors used to represent
data values.
enumeration Horizontal
Parallel to or in the plane of the horizon
or a base line.
enumeration Vertical
Perpendicular to the plane of the horizon
or a base line.
Used by
Complex Type RenderingHints
Source
<xsd:element name="RenderingAxis" type="enumRenderingAxis">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">A reference component of a plot or rendering of data. A plot typically is a 2-dimensional rendering with a horizontal and verticle axis. A third dimension can be introduced with a color coding of the rendered data.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element Index
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The location of an item in an array or vector.
An index can be multivalued to represent the
location in a multidimensional object. The
index of the first item is "1". A value of
"0" is a wild card for all elements at the
location in an array. A value of "-1" is a
reference to the dimension at the location
in the array. A "-1" is used when describing
the attributes of the dimension, where as
"0" or a positive integer is used to describe
attributes of individual elements.
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#typeSequence
Type typeSequence
Properties
content simple
Used by
Complex Types Element, RenderingHints
Source
<xsd:element name="Index" type="typeSequence">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The location of an item in an array or vector. An index can be multivalued to represent the location in a multidimensional object. The index of the first item is "1". A value of "0" is a wild card for all elements at the location in an array. A value of "-1" is a reference to the dimension at the location in the array. A "-1" is used when describing the attributes of the dimension, where as "0" or a positive integer is used to describe attributes of individual elements.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element ValueFormat
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
A string defining the output format used when
extracting data values out to a file or screen.
The magnitude and the number of significant
figures needed should be carefully considered.
The output format string can be in either
Fortran or C syntax.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:string
Properties
content simple
Used by
Complex Type RenderingHints
Source
<xsd:element name="ValueFormat" type="xsd:string">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">A string defining the output format used when extracting data values out to a file or screen. The magnitude and the number of significant figures needed should be carefully considered. The output format string can be in either Fortran or C syntax.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element ScaleMin
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The minimum value that the variable is expected
to attain. Used, for example, by automated
plotting software.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:double
Properties
content simple
Used by
Complex Type RenderingHints
Source
<xsd:element name="ScaleMin" type="xsd:double">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The minimum value that the variable is expected to attain. Used, for example, by automated plotting software.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element ScaleMax
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The maximum value that the variable is expected
to attain. Used, for example, by automated
plotting software.
Diagram
Diagram
Type xsd:double
Properties
content simple
Used by
Complex Type RenderingHints
Source
<xsd:element name="ScaleMax" type="xsd:double">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The maximum value that the variable is expected to attain. Used, for example, by automated plotting software.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element ScaleType
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The scaling to apply to an axis. If this attribute
is not present, linear scale should be assumed.
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#enumScaleType
Type enumScaleType
Properties
content simple
Facets
enumeration LinearScale
Intervals which are equally spaced.
enumeration LogScale
Intervals which are spaced proportionally
to the logarithms of the values being represented.
Used by
Complex Type RenderingHints
Source
<xsd:element name="ScaleType" type="enumScaleType">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The scaling to apply to an axis. If this attribute is not present, linear scale should be assumed.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element Structure
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#Size impex-1_0_3.tmp#Description impex-1_0_3.tmp#Element impex-1_0_3.tmp#http___impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at_Structure
Type Structure
Properties
content complex
Used by
Complex Type Parameter
Model
Children Description, Element, Size
Instance
<Structure xmlns="http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at">
  <Size>{1,1}</Size>
  <Description>{0,1}</Description>
  <Element>{0,unbounded}</Element>
</Structure>
Source
<xsd:element name="Structure" type="Structure"/>
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Element Size
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Annotations
The number of elements in each dimension of
a multi-dimensional array. A scalar has a
size of 1. A multi-dimensional vector will
have a size for each dimension. Note that
the number of elements in the size of an N-dimensional
array conveys the array's dimensionality while
the product of those numbers conveys the total
number of elements in the array. When size
is used to describe a tensor it is the number
of elements in the tensor. As such it has
a limited set of values. A tensor of rank
1 has a size of 3, rank 2 a size of 9, rank
3 a size of 27 and rank n a size of 3^n.
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#typeSequence
Type typeSequence
Properties
content simple
Used by
Complex Type Structure
Source
<xsd:element name="Size" type="typeSequence">
  <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">The number of elements in each dimension of a multi-dimensional array. A scalar has a size of 1. A multi-dimensional vector will have a size for each dimension. Note that the number of elements in the size of an N-dimensional array conveys the array's dimensionality while the product of those numbers conveys the total number of elements in the array. When size is used to describe a tensor it is the number of elements in the tensor. As such it has a limited set of values. A tensor of rank 1 has a size of 3, rank 2 a size of 9, rank 3 a size of 27 and rank n a size of 3^n.</xsd:documentation>
  </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Element Element
Namespace http://impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at
Diagram
Diagram impex-1_0_3.tmp#Name impex-1_0_3.tmp#Qualifier impex-1_0_3.tmp#Index impex-1_0_3.tmp#ParameterKey impex-1_0_3.tmp#Units impex-1_0_3.tmp#UnitsConversion impex-1_0_3.tmp#ValidMin impex-1_0_3.tmp#ValidMax impex-1_0_3.tmp#FillValue impex-1_0_3.tmp#RenderingHints impex-1_0_3.tmp#http___impex-fp7.oeaw.ac.at_Element
Type Element
Properties
content complex
Used by
Complex Type Structure
Model
Children FillValue, Index, Name, ParameterKey, Qualifier, RenderingHints, Units, UnitsConversion, ValidMax, ValidMin
Instance
<Element