Changes between Version 41 and Version 42 of BluePrintVITA


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Timestamp:
03/28/10 00:18:43 (12 years ago)
Author:
Dominic König
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  • BluePrintVITA

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    2828Any compliant set of person data has to implement at least one feature for each axis.
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    30 ==== Appearance ====
     30'''Appearance''' can be understood as abstract means to determine the appearance form of persons to which the data set relates (=ownership), which can be types of "Individual", "Group", "Body" or "Personal Effects" or "Relationship". ''This axis does not describe the actually observed appearance form of a person, which indeed can be multiple at the same time.''
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    32 '''Appearance''' can be understood as abstract means to determine the appearance form of persons to which the data set relates (=ownership), which can be types of "Individual", "Group", "Body" or "Personal Effects" or "Relationship".
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    34 ''This axis does not describe the actually observed appearance form of a person, which indeed can be multiple at the same time.''
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    36 ==== Distinction ====
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    38 '''Distinction''' can be understood as any features which are used to distinguish particular persons (or groups, bodies...) in operations.
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    40 ''It is important to understand that these features are always assigned, i.e. not naturally given - they cannot be observed but have to be communicated.''
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    42 The most commonly used distinction feature for persons is their name, but also identity (=an assigned unique number or character string).
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    44 ==== Finding ====
     32'''Distinction''' can be understood as any features which are used to distinguish particular persons (or groups, bodies...) in operations. ''It is important to understand that these features are always assigned, i.e. not naturally given - they cannot be observed but have to be communicated.'' The most commonly used distinction feature for persons is their name, but also identity (=an assigned unique number or character string).
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    4634'''Findings''' are all other features of the person (group, body...) which are to be communicated in this data set. These features can be either of assigned, observed or derived.
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    48 ==== Evidence ====
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    5036'''Evidence''' is a means to describe the quality of findings data. This always includes at least information on origin and time, but can also include references and links to sources or responsible persons, or information on methods of determination. This can even enclose the originating sources themselves, e.g. photograph images.