NIEM Wayfarer 5.1

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cbrn:RelativeLocation (cbrn:RelativeLocationType)

A set of information describing the location of an object (i.e., radiation measurement instrument, radiation detector, or measured item) or a radiation source relative to a reference point (Origin).

View UML for type: cbrn:RelativeLocationType

cbrn:RelativeLocation is contained within these types:
  • Cannot be directly contained in anything

cbrn:RelativeLocation can contain:
  • cbrn:RelativeLocationAzimuthValue
        A horizontal bearing angle with respect to True North from a reference point (Origin) to an object (i.e., instrument, detector, or item) or a nuclide. Its value is the angle subtended by the projection onto the horizontal plane of a straight line from the reference point to the center of the object or nuclide, and a line extending in the forward direction from the reference point. The angle range is from "-180.0" to "+180.0" degrees. A value of zero implies the center of the object or nuclide's body is aligned directly in front of the reference point; positive values imply the object or nuclide is to the right of the reference point; negative values imply the object or nuclide is to the left of the reference point.
  • cbrn:RelativeLocationInclinationValue
        A vertical bearing angle with respect to the horizontal plane from a reference point (Origin) to an object (i.e., instrument, detector, or item) or a nuclide. Its value is the angle subtended by a straight line, running from the center of the reference point to the center of the object or nuclide, and a projection of that line onto the horizontal plane. The angle range is from "-90.0" to "+90.0" degrees. A value of zero implies the center of the object or nuclide is at the same altitude or elevation as the reference point; positive values imply the object or nuclide is higher than the reference point; negative values imply the object or nuclide is lower than the reference point.
  • cbrn:DistanceValue
        A scalar distance between the center of an object (i.e., instrument, detector, or item) or nuclide and the center of a reference point (Origin).
  • cbrn:Origin
        A definition of an origin in a relative location coordinate system. The coordinates of a point in the relative location system are defined based on this origin.
cbrn:RelativeLocation can be contained in any of these elements:
  • Cannot be directly contained in anything
Everything cbrn:RelativeLocation can contain:
  • via cbrn:RelativeLocationType
    • cbrn:RelativeLocationAzimuthValue A horizontal bearing angle with respect to True North from a reference point (Origin) to an object (i.e., instrument, detector, or item) or a nuclide. Its value is the angle subtended by the projection onto the horizontal plane of a straight line from the reference point to the center of the object or nuclide, and a line extending in the forward direction from the reference point. The angle range is from "-180.0" to "+180.0" degrees. A value of zero implies the center of the object or nuclide's body is aligned directly in front of the reference point; positive values imply the object or nuclide is to the right of the reference point; negative values imply the object or nuclide is to the left of the reference point.
    • cbrn:RelativeLocationInclinationValue A vertical bearing angle with respect to the horizontal plane from a reference point (Origin) to an object (i.e., instrument, detector, or item) or a nuclide. Its value is the angle subtended by a straight line, running from the center of the reference point to the center of the object or nuclide, and a projection of that line onto the horizontal plane. The angle range is from "-90.0" to "+90.0" degrees. A value of zero implies the center of the object or nuclide is at the same altitude or elevation as the reference point; positive values imply the object or nuclide is higher than the reference point; negative values imply the object or nuclide is lower than the reference point.
    • cbrn:DistanceValue A scalar distance between the center of an object (i.e., instrument, detector, or item) or nuclide and the center of a reference point (Origin).
    • cbrn:Origin A definition of an origin in a relative location coordinate system. The coordinates of a point in the relative location system are defined based on this origin.
  • via cbrn:RemarksComplexObjectType
    • cbrn:RemarkText A placeholder for comments intended to help the consumer of the data to understand better the information encapsulated by the parent element.
  • via structures:ObjectType
    • Nothing