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Latest revision as of 17:10, 27 March 2012


Definition: A formal specification used for describing constraints on an Underlying Reference Model. The Constraint Model is used to express clinical information models (i.e. archetypes). Not to be confused with the clinical information models that are instances of the constraint model.
Category: Information Model
Also known as: Constraint Formalism
Also known as: Constraint Language
Also known as: Constraint Modelling Formalism

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Pages in category "Constraint Model"

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