[MFD] Schema Element Table format for Imaging System Model Spec

[MFD] Schema Element Table format for Imaging System Model Spec

[MFD] Schema Element Table format for Imaging System Model Spec

Michael Sweet msweet at apple.com
Wed Jul 3 20:43:12 UTC 2013


I prefer the last format (what was used in the MFD Common Semantics and Model)...

On 2013-07-03, at 4:12 PM, William A Wagner <wamwagner at comcast.net> wrote:

> The Imaging System Semantics and Model V2 will include and update information from MFD Common Semantics and Model and  the previous Service specifications. Much of the contents of these documents consists of showing hierarchical Schema graphics followed by detailed descriptions of the elements in the diagram.  The earlier documents used three different approaches for these descriptions, as indicated in the discussion document posted at
> ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/mfd/white/table_format_examples.pdf
> Each approach had its proponents and detractors. The most common format was the single row per entry table used in the MFD Common Semantics and model.
>  
> The Imaging System document should  use a consistent approach for this explanation of schema elements. Although difficulty in implementing the format should be considered, it is also important that the approach be useful and effective in describing the schema.  The three formats are described to allow a working group consideration and decision, hopefully by the next Semantic Model WG conference call.
> Thanks,
> Bill Wagne
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