OCaml Design Frames/Rules

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Definitions

It is useful to gather the entities of a Domain into sub-Sets defined by their position in the Builder-Tree. This sub-Sets are natural Nodes of the Constructor-Tree

Domain

a Domain Xset is defined as the Set of all entities :

  • which are all sharing the property is a kind of X.
  • which are linked transitively by the relation is needed by to be evaluated.
  • a Domain is closed by these two relations. It means that any entity of X can be built by from the closure.
  • If an entity 'e of X is needed to build an entity of a domain Y then e is excluded from X.
Example 
the Coordinate of an Atom in a Molecule and the Coordinate of a Point in a Triangle : both are a kind of Coordinate and as a Molecule is not a Figure, the Coordinate is excluded from both Figureset end Moleculeset.

Fence

  • For a domain X the fence collects the entities having external entities as builders.
  • The Fence consists in the leaves of the Builder-Tree and the closure of the relation is needed by.
  • Fence of Fence is itself.
  • For an entity E the Fence is the leaves of its Builder-Tree.

Deepfence

  • the Deepfence of an entity E consists in the expression of its Fence in Elementary Tags (by recursion).

Context

any entity of any domain is evaluated in a Context of three entities the Domain the Database and the Datafile of the Database.

Body

  • the Body collects all entities of the Domain not beeing in the Context or the Fence.

Field

  • when needed the Body and the Fence are united as the Field.
  • There is a Field in Figure, and no Field in Prototype.

Transdomain connection

  • Rule the Builders of a Fence-entity are connected to an other domain entity by an uno datastructure (its container).

Example :

  • the Container for a Point in Figure is a Coordinate_tuple of Elementary domain
  • the Container for an Aopef in Prototype is a aopef_parameter_tuple of Elementary domain

Rules

Unicity of a Building Function

for each entity A there is one and only one building function (a_build) and to each building function a_build corresponds a unique A.
In other words, there is a bijection between A and a_build.

Unicity of a Builder list

the arguments of a building function are the values of a well defined list of EI : its builders.
By well defined we mean that the function is not partial : all arguments must have values when the function is applied.

Unicity of Tag

Any entity is fully and uniquely defined by its Tag.

the Builder Tag tree

All Tags of a Domain form a tree the Builder Tree

Unicity of Name

The name of any Entity is unique

Tag hierarchy

Any Tag is built from its only father Tag. Therefore it is possible of extract any ancestor Tag from a Tag.

Label types

type x_label = 
  | E_label of E_label_t.e_label 
  | F_label of F_label_t.f_label
 ...
;; 
  • Bud types are variants of the form :
type x_label = 
  | X_constructor of string 
;; 

this allows to define X as a type not only a Constructor.

  • Stem types are variants of the form :
type x_label = 
  | E_label of E_label_t.e_label 
  | F_label of F_label_t.f_label
 ...
;; 

where E and F are Buds

  • Rule No mixture of Stem and Bud is allowed.
  • Rule Stem contains only Buds.

Properties

Any property of any entity is calculable if its Tag is known.