How to define transitions in the ISM

Heather Leslie heather.leslie at atomicainformatics.com
Fri Jul 27 18:00:39 EDT 2018


In my imagination it works in a similar way to the named or cloned events in the TD. At least I hope that it could be that simple.

Maybe I’m dreamin’?

Cheers

Heather

From: openEHR-clinical <openehr-clinical-bounces at lists.openehr.org> On Behalf Of Thomas Beale
Sent: Saturday, 28 July 2018 6:12 AM
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Subject: Re: How to define transitions in the ISM




On 01/07/2018 08:21, Heather Leslie wrote:
Hi Pablo,

Every archetype ideally needs to be designed for the maximal dataset and universal use case. The ACTION archetypes are no different.

But you have picked up on a major gap in our tooling at present – the modellers need the ability to be able to constrain the ACTION archetypes in templates for each use case:

  *   to show what data points are relevant for each pathway step, and
  *   which steps are relevant to our use case.

this is indeed a limitation, more or less the 'last' semantic limitation that I know of in the archetype formalism. It requires an addition to ADL2/AOM2, that I have partially worked out (it is technically related to tuples), but I don't think it is going to work in ADL 1.4. It will be another reason to move to ADL2/AOM2...

- thomas
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