||A discrete temporal reference system that provides a
basis for defining temporal position to a resolution of one day.
||A data type that shall be used to identify temporal position within a calendar.
||Characteristics of each calendar era.
||Provides a basis for defining temporal position within a day.
||A data type that shall be used to identify a temporal position within a day.
||Provides a single data type for identifying a temporal position with a resolution
of less than a day.
||A data type to be used for describing length or distance in the temporal dimension.
||A zero-dimensional geometric primitive that represents position in time, equivalent to a point
||A data type for intervals of time which supports the expression of duration in
terms of a specified multiple of a single unit of time.
||The Julian day numbering system is a temporal coordinate system that has its origin at noon
on 1 January 4713 BC in the Julian proleptic calendar.
||Provides a reference to the ordinal era in which the instant occurs.
||A data type that shall be used for identifying temporal position within an ordinal
temporal reference system.
||Provides only the attributes inherited from temporal reference system.
||A one-dimensional geometric primitive that represent extent in time.
||Uses the format specified by ISO 8601 for exchanging information
about the duration of a period.
||A union class that consists of one of the data types listed as its attributes.
||Provides operations for calculating temporal length and distance.
||An aggregation of temporal primitives.
||A data type that shall be used for identifying temporal position within a temporal coordinate
||A temporal coordinate system to simplify the computation of temporal distances
between points and the functional description of temporal operations.
||One-dimensional topological primitive in time.
||An abstract class with two subclasses for representing
a temporal instant and a temporal period.
||A zero dimensional topological primitive in time.
||Base interface for temporal object.
||Provides an operation for determining the position of this temporal primitive relative to another temporal primitive.
||Used for describing temporal positions referenced to other temporal reference systems.
||An abstract class that represents a non-decomposed element of geometry or topology of time.
||Provides information about a temporal reference system.
||An aggregation of connected temporal topological
||Represents a single non-decomposable element of topology and its relationships to other
topological primitives within a topological complex.