Deprecated in favour of <http://eulersharp.sourceforge.net/2003/03swap/quantities#>
Quantities Extension
Hans Cools, MD, Agfa Healthcare/Belgium; Pieterjan De Potter and Pedro Debevere, Ghent University - IBBT/ELIS - Multimedia Lab/Belgium
Agfa Healthcare/Belgium
Formal description of quantities, as an extension of the NASA 'SWEET' ontologies.
Dealing with quantities, not physical phenomena. Specific quantities are declared in respective ontologies, e.g. :Strength and :hasStrength in http://www.agfa.com/w3c/2009/drugTherapy#.
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quantity
Property that can be quantified by the product of a numeric value and a unit value.
Property of a phenomenon, body, or substance, where the property has a magnitude that can be expressed as a number and a reference. http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/w3pm/XGR-w3pm-20091008/#A
physical quantity
Physical property that can be quantified by the product of a numeric value and a unit value.
measuring
Quantifying a property by comparison with a standard.
measurement
Quantification of a property by comparison with a standard.
number
Quantity with the dimension of 1, without any physical unit.
total
Total set of something.
part
Part set of something.
ratio
Quantity of something as fractional representation of something else.
E.g. 5 g sugar/100 ml water
average
Central tendency value of a data set.
arithmetic mean
Sum of all numbers of a set divided by the number of numbers in the set.
minimum
Smallest number of a set of numbers.
maximum
Largest number of a set of numbers.
probability
Numerical expression of the chance of something to happen.
percentage
Ratio of something to 100 of something more general.
time
Quantity as dimension in which events occur in sequence.
frequency
Quantity expressing the number of recurrent events per unit of time.
number of recurrent events
Count of recurrent events.
length
Any one-dimensional thing.
surface
Any two-dimensional thing.
volume
Any three-dimensional thing.
mass
Physical quantity equal to an object's resistance to changing either the speed or direction of its motion.
The mass of an object is independent of gravity and therefore different from but proportional to its weight.
thermodynamic temperature
thermodynamic temperature measurement
amount of substance
Physical quantity proportional to the number of elementary entities which may be atoms, molecules, ions, electrons, or particles, the choice of which is dependent upon context and must be stated.
amount-of-substance concentration
Physical quantity expressing the amount of substance of something per unit of volume.
speed
Physical quantity expressing a change of position of something per change of time.
velocity
Vector physical quantity expressing a speed of something and its direction.
concentration
Physical quantity expressing the amount of something per unit of something else.
mass concentration
Physical quantity expressing the amount of mass of something per unit of something else.
solution concentration
Physical quantity expressing the amount of a solute per unit of a solution.
pressure
Physical quantity expressing the amount of force applied on a unit surface.
electrical resistance
Physical quantity expressing the opposition to the passage of an electric current.
sample size
Number of members in a test sample.
sensitivity
Probability a test is positive given a condition, e.g. a human is sick.
The higher a sensitivity, the fewer true positive cases go undetected, e.g. the fewer sick people are considered healthy.
specificity
Probability a test is negative given the absence of a condition.
The higher a specificity, the more true negative cases are detected, e.g. the fewer healthy people are considered sick.
aspecificity
Probability a test is positive given the absence of a condition.
The higher an aspecificity, the more false positive cases are detected, e.g. the more healthy people are considered sick.
false negative rate
Probability a test is negative given a condition.
The higher a false negative rate, the more true positive cases go undetected, e.g. the more sick people are considered healthy.
accuracy
Probability a test result is true.
The higher an accuracy, the more test results are true.
precision
Probability a positive test result is true.
The higher a precision, the more positive test results are true.
negative predictive value
Probability a negative test result is true.
The higher a negative predictive value, the more negative test results are true.
false discovery rate
Probability a positive test result is false.
The higher a false discovery rate, the more positive test results are false.
digital size
Physical quantity expressing the amount of information storage or communication in digital computing.
increased
Quantity being increased compared to a reference.
Quantity having a bigger measurement value than a reference.
decreased
Quantity being decreased compared to a reference.
Quantity having a smaller measurement value than a reference.
normal
Being compliant with a reference.
State of a quantity having a measurement value within a normative reference value range.
excessive
Quantity being excessive compared to a reference.
Quantity having a bigger measurement value than a normative reference value range.
not excessive
Quantity being not excessive compared to a reference.
Quantity having a not a bigger measurement value than a normative reference value range.
deficient
Quantity being deficient compared to a reference.
Quantity having a smaller measurement value than a normative reference value range.
229797004
once a day
E.g. frequency of drug intake
229799001
twice a day
E.g. frequency of drug intake
229798009
thrice a day
E.g. frequency of drug intake
Specifying a quantifiable property of something.
Specifying a quantifiable physical property of something.
Specifying something having a quantifiable physical property.
Specifying a quantity, measured in a procedure, which is also the object of the output or a measurement.
Specifying a measurement of a quantity.
measurement of
Specifying a quantity of a measurement.
measured in
Specifying a measuring of a quantity.
wherein measured
Specifying a quantity of a measuring.
Specifying a unit of a quantity.
Specifying a quantity having a unit.
Specifying a value of a quantity.
Specifying a lower reference value of a quantity.
Specifying an upper reference value of a quantity.
Specifying an increase of a value of a quantity compared to a reference.
Used in an N3 rule to calculate a value increase.
Specifying a decrease of a value of a quantity compared to a reference.
Used in an N3 rule to calculate a value decrease.
Specifying an excess of a value of a quantity towards a normative reference.
Used in an N3 rule to calculate a value excess.
Specifying a shortage of a value of a quantity towards a normative reference.
Used in an N3 rule to calculate a value shortage.
Specifying a quantity having a value.
has total
Specifying a total of something.
total of
Specifying something having a total.
Specifying a numerator of a ratio.
Specifying a ratio having a numerator.
Specifying a denominator of a ratio.
Specifying a ratio having a denominator.
percentage of
Specifying a total of a percentage, set of things that will be counted in a rule as a denominator to calculate a percentage value.
percentage that
Specifying a part of a percentage, set of things that will be counted in a rule as the numerator to calculate a percentage value.
Specifying a percentage whereof something is a member of a part.
Specifying a member of a part of a percentage.
Specifying a percentage whereof something is a member of the total.
Specifying a member of a total of a percentage.
Specifying a number of members in a set.
Used in conclusion of a rule with in its antecedent a calculation of the value with a builtin.
Specifying the smallest number of a set of numbers.
Specifying a set of numbers of which a number is the smallest.
Specifying the largest number of a set of numbers.
Specifying a set of numbers of which a number is the largest.
Specifying an average of a set of values.
Specifying a set of values having an average.
Specifying a frequency of an event.
Specifying an event having a frequency.
Specifying a length of a physical resource.
Specifying a surface of a physical resource.
Specifying a volume of a physical resource.
Specifying a mass of a physical resource.
Specifying a physical resource having a mass.