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Domain entities: ems:Project, ems:Scenario, ems:Estimate, ems:Baseline, ems:Measurement


An ems:Measurement resource is a set of observations made on some project. Each observation may be a single measure, a fact table, or a work breakdown structure.


An ems:Measurement resource contains the Standard Properties and the following properties:

Property Range Type Occurrence Edits Description
dcterms:identifier datatype xsd:string exactly-one read-only An identifier that is unique within the measurement list resource.
ems:measurementList resource ems:MeasurementList exactly-one read-only The measurement list that this measurement resource is a member of.
ems:project resource ems:Project exactly-one read-write The project resource that this resource is a measurement for.
ems:observes local inline resource ems:Measure zero-or-more read-write A measure observed by this measurement.
ems:observesTable local inline resource ems:FactTable zero-or-more read-write A fact table observed by this measurement.
ems:observesWbs local inline resource ems:WorkBreakdownStructure zero-or-more read-write A WBS observed by this measurement.


The project that the measurements are measured on.


See Domain Entities, dcterms:identifier.


See Domain Entities, ems:{entity}List.


This property gives a observation for this measurement. A measurement may have zero or more observations. The object of this property is a measure, an inline ems:Measure resource.

An observation is any quantity that may be observed for the project, e.g. schedule, staffing, scope. Observations are actual values of quantities such as effort or quality.

ems:observes Table

Like ems:observes, except that the object of this property is a fact table, an inline ems:FactTable resource.

ems:observes Wbs

Like ems:observes, except that the object of this property is a work breakdown structure, an inline ems:WorkBreakdownStructure resource.



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Topic revision: r8 - 04 Jul 2012 - 18:45:25 - ArthurRyman
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