Class: RDF::XSD

Inherits:
Vocabulary show all
Defined in:
vendor/bundler/ruby/3.0.0/bundler/gems/rdf-237066655558/lib/rdf/vocab/xsd.rb

Overview

Defined Under Namespace

Modules: VERSION

Instance Attribute Summary collapse

Method Summary

Methods inherited from Vocabulary

[], #[], __prefix__, _orig_each, _orig_from_sym, camelize, each, each_statement, enum_for, expand_pname, find, find_term, from_graph, from_sym, imported_from, imports, #initialize, inspect, #inspect, limit_vocabs, list, #method_missing, method_missing, ontology, properties, property, register, strict?, to_html, to_iri, to_jsonld, to_s, #to_s, to_ttl, #to_uri, to_uri, value_to_html, vocab_map

Constructor Details

This class inherits a constructor from RDF::Vocabulary

Dynamic Method Handling

This class handles dynamic methods through the method_missing method in the class RDF::Vocabulary

Instance Attribute Details

#anyAtomicTypeRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

anyAtomicType is a special ·restriction· of anySimpleType. The ·value· and ·lexical spaces· of anyAtomicType are the unions of the ·value· and ·lexical spaces· of all the ·primitive· datatypes, and anyAtomicType is their ·base type·.



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def anyAtomicType
  @anyAtomicType
end

#anySimpleTypeRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

The definition of anySimpleType is a special ·restriction· of anyType. The ·lexical space· of anySimpleType is the set of all sequences of Unicode characters, and its ·value space· includes all ·atomic values· and all finite-length lists of zero or more ·atomic values·.



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def anySimpleType
  @anySimpleType
end

#anyTypeRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

The root of the [XML Schema 1.1] datatype heirarchy.



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def anyType
  @anyType
end

#anyURIRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

anyURI represents an Internationalized Resource Identifier Reference (IRI). An anyURI value can be absolute or relative, and may have an optional fragment identifier (i.e., it may be an IRI Reference). This type should be used when the value fulfills the role of an IRI, as defined in [RFC 3987] or its successor(s) in the IETF Standards Track.



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def anyURI
  @anyURI
end

#base64BinaryRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

base64Binary represents arbitrary Base64-encoded binary data. For base64Binary data the entire binary stream is encoded using the Base64 Encoding defined in [RFC 3548], which is derived from the encoding described in [RFC 2045].



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def base64Binary
  @base64Binary
end

#booleanRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

boolean represents the values of two-valued logic.



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def boolean
  @boolean
end

#byteRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

byte is ·derived· from short by setting the value of ·maxInclusive· to be 127 and ·minInclusive· to be -128. The ·base type· of byte is short.



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def byte
  @byte
end

#dateRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

date represents top-open intervals of exactly one day in length on the timelines of dateTime, beginning on the beginning moment of each day, up to but not including the beginning moment of the next day). For non-timezoned values, the top-open intervals disjointly cover the non-timezoned timeline, one per day. For timezoned values, the intervals begin at every minute and therefore overlap.



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def date
  @date
end

#dateTimeRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

dateTime represents instants of time, optionally marked with a particular time zone offset. Values representing the same instant but having different time zone offsets are equal but not identical.



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def dateTime
  @dateTime
end

#dateTimeStampRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

The dateTimeStamp datatype is ·derived· from dateTime by giving the value required to its explicitTimezone facet. The result is that all values of dateTimeStamp are required to have explicit time zone offsets and the datatype is totally ordered.



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def dateTimeStamp
  @dateTimeStamp
end

#dayTimeDurationRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

dayTimeDuration is a datatype ·derived· from duration by restricting its ·lexical representations· to instances of dayTimeDurationLexicalRep. The ·value space· of dayTimeDuration is therefore that of duration restricted to those whose ·months· property is 0. This results in a duration datatype which is totally ordered.



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def dayTimeDuration
  @dayTimeDuration
end

#decimalRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

decimal represents a subset of the real numbers, which can be represented by decimal numerals. The ·value space· of decimal is the set of numbers that can be obtained by dividing an integer by a non-negative power of ten, i.e., expressible as i / 10n where i and n are integers and n ≥ 0. Precision is not reflected in this value space; the number 2.0 is not distinct from the number 2.00. The order relation on decimal is the order relation on real numbers, restricted to this subset.



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def decimal
  @decimal
end

#doubleRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

The double datatype is patterned after the IEEE double-precision 64-bit floating point datatype [IEEE 754-2008]. Each floating point datatype has a value space that is a subset of the rational numbers. Floating point numbers are often used to approximate arbitrary real numbers.



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def double
  @double
end

#durationRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

duration is a datatype that represents durations of time. The concept of duration being captured is drawn from those of [ISO 8601], specifically durations without fixed endpoints. For example, "15 days" (whose most common lexical representation in duration is "'P15D'") is a duration value; "15 days beginning 12 July 1995" and "15 days ending 12 July 1995" are not duration values. duration can provide addition and subtraction operations between duration values and between duration/dateTime value pairs, and can be the result of subtracting dateTime values. However, only addition to dateTime is required for XML Schema processing and is defined in the function ·dateTimePlusDuration·.



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def duration
  @duration
end

#ENTITIESRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

ENTITIES represents the ENTITIES attribute type from [XML]. The ·value space· of ENTITIES is the set of finite, non-zero-length sequences of ·ENTITY· values that have been declared as unparsed entities in a document type definition. The ·lexical space· of ENTITIES is the set of space-separated lists of tokens, of which each token is in the ·lexical space· of ENTITY. The ·item type· of ENTITIES is ENTITY. ENTITIES is derived from ·anySimpleType· in two steps: an anonymous list type is defined, whose ·item type· is ENTITY; this is the ·base type· of ENTITIES, which restricts its value space to lists with at least one item.



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def ENTITIES
  @ENTITIES
end

#ENTITYRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

ENTITY represents the ENTITY attribute type from [XML]. The ·value space· of ENTITY is the set of all strings that ·match· the NCName production in [Namespaces in XML] and have been declared as an unparsed entity in a document type definition. The ·lexical space· of ENTITY is the set of all strings that ·match· the NCName production in [Namespaces in XML]. The ·base type· of ENTITY is NCName.



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def ENTITY
  @ENTITY
end

#floatRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

The float datatype is patterned after the IEEE single-precision 32-bit floating point datatype [IEEE 754-2008]. Its value space is a subset of the rational numbers. Floating point numbers are often used to approximate arbitrary real numbers.



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def float
  @float
end

#gDayRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

gDay represents whole days within an arbitrary month—days that recur at the same point in each (Gregorian) month. This datatype is used to represent a specific day of the month. To indicate, for example, that an employee gets a paycheck on the 15th of each month. (Obviously, days beyond 28 cannot occur in all months; they are nonetheless permitted, up to 31.)



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def gDay
  @gDay
end

#gMonthRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

gMonth represents whole (Gregorian) months within an arbitrary year—months that recur at the same point in each year. It might be used, for example, to say what month annual Thanksgiving celebrations fall in different countries (--11 in the United States, --10 in Canada, and possibly other months in other countries).



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def gMonth
  @gMonth
end

#gMonthDayRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

gMonthDay represents whole calendar days that recur at the same point in each calendar year, or that occur in some arbitrary calendar year. (Obviously, days beyond 28 cannot occur in all Februaries; 29 is nonetheless permitted.)



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def gMonthDay
  @gMonthDay
end

#gYearRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

gYear represents Gregorian calendar years.



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def gYear
  @gYear
end

#gYearMonthRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

gYearMonth represents specific whole Gregorian months in specific Gregorian years.



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def gYearMonth
  @gYearMonth
end

#hexBinaryRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

hexBinary represents arbitrary hex-encoded binary data.



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def hexBinary
  @hexBinary
end

#IDRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

ID represents the ID attribute type from [XML]. The ·value space· of ID is the set of all strings that ·match· the NCName production in [Namespaces in XML]. The ·lexical space· of ID is the set of all strings that ·match· the NCName production in [Namespaces in XML]. The ·base type· of ID is NCName.



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def ID
  @ID
end

#IDREFRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

IDREF represents the IDREF attribute type from [XML]. The ·value space· of IDREF is the set of all strings that ·match· the NCName production in [Namespaces in XML]. The ·lexical space· of IDREF is the set of strings that ·match· the NCName production in [Namespaces in XML]. The ·base type· of IDREF is NCName.



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def IDREF
  @IDREF
end

#IDREFSRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

IDREFS represents the IDREFS attribute type from [XML]. The ·value space· of IDREFS is the set of finite, non-zero-length sequences of IDREFs. The ·lexical space· of IDREFS is the set of space-separated lists of tokens, of which each token is in the ·lexical space· of IDREF. The ·item type· of IDREFS is IDREF. IDREFS is derived from ·anySimpleType· in two steps: an anonymous list type is defined, whose ·item type· is IDREF; this is the ·base type· of IDREFS, which restricts its value space to lists with at least one item.



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def IDREFS
  @IDREFS
end

#intRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

int is ·derived· from long by setting the value of ·maxInclusive· to be 2147483647 and ·minInclusive· to be -2147483648. The ·base type· of int is long.



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def int
  @int
end

#integerRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

integer is ·derived· from decimal by fixing the value of ·fractionDigits· to be 0 and disallowing the trailing decimal point. This results in the standard mathematical concept of the integer numbers. The ·value space· of integer is the infinite set {...,-2,-1,0,1,2,...}. The ·base type· of integer is decimal.



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def integer
  @integer
end

#languageRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

language represents formal natural language identifiers, as defined by BCP 47 or its successor(s). The ·value space· and ·lexical space· of language are the set of all strings that conform to the pattern [a-zA-Z]{1,8}(-[a-zA-Z0-9]{1,8})*



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def language
  @language
end

#longRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

long is ·derived· from integer by setting the value of ·maxInclusive· to be 9223372036854775807 and ·minInclusive· to be -9223372036854775808. The ·base type· of long is integer.



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def long
  @long
end

#NameRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

Name represents XML Names. The ·value space· of Name is the set of all strings which ·match· the Name production of [XML]. The ·lexical space· of Name is the set of all strings which ·match· the Name production of [XML]. The ·base type· of Name is token.



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def Name
  @Name
end

#NCNameRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

NCName represents XML "non-colonized" Names. The ·value space· of NCName is the set of all strings which ·match· the NCName production of [Namespaces in XML]. The ·lexical space· of NCName is the set of all strings which ·match· the NCName production of [Namespaces in XML]. The ·base type· of NCName is Name.



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def NCName
  @NCName
end

#negativeIntegerRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

negativeInteger is ·derived· from nonPositiveInteger by setting the value of ·maxInclusive· to be -1. This results in the standard mathematical concept of the negative integers. The ·value space· of negativeInteger is the infinite set {...,-2,-1}. The ·base type· of negativeInteger is nonPositiveInteger.



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def negativeInteger
  @negativeInteger
end

#NMTOKENRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

NMTOKEN represents the NMTOKEN attribute type from [XML]. The ·value space· of NMTOKEN is the set of tokens that ·match· the Nmtoken production in [XML]. The ·lexical space· of NMTOKEN is the set of strings that ·match· the Nmtoken production in [XML]. The ·base type· of NMTOKEN is token.



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def NMTOKEN
  @NMTOKEN
end

#NMTOKENSRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

NMTOKENS represents the NMTOKENS attribute type from [XML]. The ·value space· of NMTOKENS is the set of finite, non-zero-length sequences of ·NMTOKEN·s. The ·lexical space· of NMTOKENS is the set of space-separated lists of tokens, of which each token is in the ·lexical space· of NMTOKEN. The ·item type· of NMTOKENS is NMTOKEN. NMTOKENS is derived from ·anySimpleType· in two steps: an anonymous list type is defined, whose ·item type· is NMTOKEN; this is the ·base type· of NMTOKENS, which restricts its value space to lists with at least one item.



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def NMTOKENS
  @NMTOKENS
end

#nonNegativeIntegerRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

nonNegativeInteger is ·derived· from integer by setting the value of ·minInclusive· to be 0. This results in the standard mathematical concept of the non-negative integers. The ·value space· of nonNegativeInteger is the infinite set {0,1,2,...}. The ·base type· of nonNegativeInteger is integer.



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def nonNegativeInteger
  @nonNegativeInteger
end

#nonPositiveIntegerRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

nonPositiveInteger is ·derived· from integer by setting the value of ·maxInclusive· to be 0. This results in the standard mathematical concept of the non-positive integers. The ·value space· of nonPositiveInteger is the infinite set {...,-2,-1,0}. The ·base type· of nonPositiveInteger is integer.



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def nonPositiveInteger
  @nonPositiveInteger
end

#normalizedStringRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

normalizedString represents white space normalized strings. The ·value space· of normalizedString is the set of strings that do not contain the carriage return (#xD), line feed (#xA) nor tab (#x9) characters. The ·lexical space· of normalizedString is the set of strings that do not contain the carriage return (#xD), line feed (#xA) nor tab (#x9) characters. The ·base type· of normalizedString is string.



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def normalizedString
  @normalizedString
end

#NOTATIONRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

NOTATION represents the NOTATION attribute type from [XML]. The ·value space· of NOTATION is the set of QNames of notations declared in the current schema. The ·lexical space· of NOTATION is the set of all names of notations declared in the current schema (in the form of QNames).



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def NOTATION
  @NOTATION
end

#positiveIntegerRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

positiveInteger is ·derived· from nonNegativeInteger by setting the value of ·minInclusive· to be 1. This results in the standard mathematical concept of the positive integer numbers. The ·value space· of positiveInteger is the infinite set {1,2,...}. The ·base type· of positiveInteger is nonNegativeInteger.



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def positiveInteger
  @positiveInteger
end

#QNameRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

QName represents XML qualified names. The ·value space· of QName is the set of tuples {namespace name, local part}, where namespace name is an anyURI and local part is an NCName. The ·lexical space· of QName is the set of strings that ·match· the QName production of [Namespaces in XML].



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def QName
  @QName
end

#shortRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

short is ·derived· from int by setting the value of ·maxInclusive· to be 32767 and ·minInclusive· to be -32768. The ·base type· of short is int.



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def short
  @short
end

#stringRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

The string datatype represents character strings in XML.



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def string
  @string
end

#timeRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

time represents instants of time that recur at the same point in each calendar day, or that occur in some arbitrary calendar day.



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def time
  @time
end

#tokenRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

token represents tokenized strings. The ·value space· of token is the set of strings that do not contain the carriage return (#xD), line feed (#xA) nor tab (#x9) characters, that have no leading or trailing spaces (#x20) and that have no internal sequences of two or more spaces. The ·lexical space· of token is the set of strings that do not contain the carriage return (#xD), line feed (#xA) nor tab (#x9) characters, that have no leading or trailing spaces (#x20) and that have no internal sequences of two or more spaces. The ·base type· of token is normalizedString.



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def token
  @token
end

#unsignedByteRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

nsignedByte is ·derived· from unsignedShort by setting the value of ·maxInclusive· to be 255. The ·base type· of unsignedByte is unsignedShort.



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def unsignedByte
  @unsignedByte
end

#unsignedIntRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

unsignedInt is ·derived· from unsignedLong by setting the value of ·maxInclusive· to be 4294967295. The ·base type· of unsignedInt is unsignedLong.



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def unsignedInt
  @unsignedInt
end

#unsignedLongRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

unsignedLong is ·derived· from nonNegativeInteger by setting the value of ·maxInclusive· to be 18446744073709551615. The ·base type· of unsignedLong is nonNegativeInteger.



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def unsignedLong
  @unsignedLong
end

#unsignedShortRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

unsignedShort is ·derived· from unsignedInt by setting the value of ·maxInclusive· to be 65535. The ·base type· of unsignedShort is unsignedInt.



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def unsignedShort
  @unsignedShort
end

#yearMonthDurationRDF::Vocabulary::Term (readonly)

yearMonthDuration is a datatype ·derived· from duration by restricting its ·lexical representations· to instances of yearMonthDurationLexicalRep. The ·value space· of yearMonthDuration is therefore that of duration restricted to those whose ·seconds· property is 0. This results in a duration datatype which is totally ordered.



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def yearMonthDuration
  @yearMonthDuration
end