Definition: Literal suspended

Submitted by Joerg Freudenstein on Wednesday, 27 January, 2016 - 14:26
Issue ID
208
Component
UML General
Category
Feature request
Priority
Normal
Status
Closed
Source
Website
Description

There is uncertainty in the usage of the literal "suspended" in "validityStatusEnum":

Is there still an obstruction for the road user or not?
Example: A road work situation that is suspended - is it an implemented road work with lane deviations etc. that is suspended for winter for example (but lane deviations still active)? Or is the roadwork deconstructed, i.e. no obstruction for the user any longer? (Shouldn't it be removed in that case?)

I propose to refine the definition of "supended". It could be feasible to split this literal to cover both cases mentioned above, for example: "inactiveStillObstructive" and "suspendedNotObstructive".

 

Found Version
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Posted by Joerg Freudenstein on August 14, 2021 Permalink

Effects Part 7, I took into EN review.

Jörg Freudenstein

Posted by Joerg Freudenstein on July 14, 2020 Permalink

I withdraw from this comment.
Jörg Freudenstein