What is the requirement for defining compliance in the standard? Is this supposed to be a test or suite of tests?
Is there an example in another SISO standard?

Mark, I don't understand what "implementing" a class means here. If one writes a piece of code with a definition of a class called Actor, is that implementing the class?

Doug Reece

On Tue, Oct 8, 2019 at 11:06 PM Mark Pullen <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
The C2SIM standard needs to include a definition of compliance.

Some ideas that have been put forward include (1) require all Core data classes to be implemented (2) choose mandatory classes and include for them an ontology property "mustBeImplemented" (3) require that compliant systems are able to receive Core classes without exception, but not that the systems be able to use that data.

If you like any of these or have another idea to recommend, please respond to this email.

Mark

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