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A test PhilipCouch 26 Apr 2006
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PhilipCouch 11 Mar 2004 some more test text 12
PhilipCouch 12 Mar 2004 An example for diff
Array Entity Example 1. (CML) The dictRef attribute is used to point to an XML dictionary entry that provides information on the type of data held in the element....
Basis set assignment association Example 1. 3047.524880 457.369518 103.948685 29.210155 9.286663 3.163927 0.001835 0.014037 0.068843 0.232184 0.467941 0.362312...
Basis set entity Example 1. (eCCP) This is an example of an XML Gaussian atomic basis set (6 31G). 3047.524880 457.369518 103.948685 29.210155 9.286663 3....
PhilipCouch 11 Mar 2004 some
The relationships between concepts If a modular approach is adopted for the data model, the representation of the concepts alone is not enough. It is also a requirement...
Toward a Common Data and Command Representation for Quantum Chemistry Couch P.A. Daresbury Laboratory, Daresbury, Warrington, Cheshire, WA44AD, UK. Introduction The...
The data model design A way of specifying XML representations for quantum chemistry concepts is required, and can be achieved using W3C XML schemas. XML schemas are...
Data Modelling for Computational Chemistry ...
Data Representation This page provides links to UML and XML schema data models and examples of markup. Markup examples Entities http://tyne.dl.ac.uk/twiki/pub/ECCP...
Developing a Data Model for Computational Chemistry Outline of discussion topics On this page you will find a summary of the issues that have arisen so far in our...
Development Area Basis set atomic basis set example orbital example: Li2 orbital example: O (atom) PhilipCouch 28 Feb 2005
Data type requirements . The initial document is based on the open discussions at the NeSC meeting `Toward a Common Data and Command Representation for Quantum Chemistry...
eCCP1 activities In general terms, the eCCP1 project is investigating e science for quantum chemistry. More specifically, the project aims to study the requirements...
A summary of the status of the eCCP1 project PhilipCouch 08 Nov 2004
Existing XML languages with relevance to quantum chemistry The domain of computational chemistry is fortunate in that XML representations already exist for a number...
Mark up examples AgentX standard map AgentX standard ontology AgentX extensions
General data containers In some cases, it is a good idea to group concepts into classes and attempt to find a common representation for the class. For example, there...
Grid entity Example 1. (VTK) This example shows a HOMO and LUMO grid using the VTK XML format (not all the data is displayed). 9.22677458E 04 1.75676935E...
PhilipCouch 09 May 2006
Adoption of a markup language The first step in developing standards for computational chemistry data requires specification of the concepts that need to be considered...
Matrix entity Example 1. (CML) 0.1710295 0.0000275 0.0358451 0.0029979 0.3303069 0.0915037 0.1705754 0.0000402 0.0358940 0....
Metadata and provenance In addition to representing quantum chemistry data, there is a requirement to be able to represent metadata. This would include data such as...
Molecular orbital association Example 1. 3047.524880 457.369518 103.948685 29.210155 9.286663 3.163927 0.001835 0.014037 0.068843 0.232184 0.467941 0.362312 7....
Molecule entity Example 1. (CML) Question: What data should be included as part of the molecule entity? For example, should the molecular name, charge and spin multiplicity...
PhilipCouch 11 Mar 2004 some new text and some more
News items eCCP1 mail list setup at eccp data #64;forge.nesc.ac.uk. The web interface is at http://forge.nesc.ac.uk/pipermail/eccp data/ 04.05.04 NeSCForge...
RDF link Example 1. 3047.524880 457.369518 103.948685 29.210155 9.286663 3.163927 0.001835 0.014037 0.068843 0.232184 0.467941 0.362312 7.868272 1.881289 0....
Scalar entity Example 1. (CML) 1 PhilipCouch 10 Nov 2004
Data Model Discussions. DesignFactors
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Data Modelling for Computational Chemistry a Summary (Draft) Philip Couch Daresbury Laboratory, Daresbury, Warrington, Cheshire, UK. WA4 4AD. Adoption of a markup...
# TWiki Text Formatting Working in TWiki is as easy as typing in text exactly like email . You don`t need to know HTML, though you can use it if you prefer. Links...
PhilipCouch 12 Mar 2004 Some basic text
eccp.svg: uml model eccp.xmi: xmi model
Vibration Association Example 1. (CML) 0.1710295 0.0000275 0.0358451 0.0029979 0.3303069 0.0915037 0.1705754 0.0000402 0....
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Xlink link Example 1. 3047.524880 457.369518 103.948685 29.210155 9.286663 3.163927 0.001835 0.014037 0.068843 0.232184 0.467941 0.362312 7.868272 1.881289 0....
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