Container for UnitsML units, quantities, and prefixes.
ComplexType for the root element of an UnitsML document.
Element to describe the definition of the unit.
Element to express the quantity in terms of the SI base quantities length, mass, time, electric current, thermodynamic temperature, amount of substance, and luminous intensity.
Element to describe the historical development of the unit.
Element for describing a unit prefix.
Element containing the prefix name.
Element for describing quantities and referencing corresponding units. Use in container or directly incorporate into a host schema.
Element containing the quantity name.
Element for all quantities that can be expressed using this unit.
Container for quantities.
Element as a placeholder for additional information.
Container for describing the system of units.
Element containing various unit symbols. Examples include Aring (ASCII), Å (HTML).
Element for describing units. Use in containers UnitSet, Quantity, or directly incorporate into a host schema.
Element containing the unit name.
Container for units. Use in UnitsML container or directly incorporate into a host schema.
Element containing the dimension of the quantity length.
Element containing the dimension of the quantity mass.
Element containing the dimension of the quantity time.
Element containing the dimension of the quantity electric current.
Element containing the dimension of the quantity thermodynamic temerature.
Element containing the dimension of the quantity amount of substance.
Element containing the dimension of the quantity luminous intensity.
Element for descriptive information.
Element for descriptive information.
Container for defining derived units in terms of their root units. This allows a precise definition of a wide range of units. The goal is to improve interoperability among applications and databases which use derived units based on commonly encountered root units.
Element for a root unit (from an extensive enumerated list) allowing an optional prefix and power. E.g., mm^2
Element for those special cases where the root unit needed is not included in the enumerated list in the above element.
Container for providing conversion information to other units.
Element for providing factors for a conversion equation to another unit; y = d + ((b / c) (x + a))
Container for listing unit code values from multiple code lists.
Element for listing the unit code value from a specific code list.
Element for referencing a unit of measure from within the Quantity element.
An integer exponent of the unit.
An integer value divided into the powerNumerator to create a non integer exponent of a unit. For example 1/2.
Prefix identifier; e.g., m, k, M, G.
Type for definition.
URL for an online reference of the unit definition.
Name of the publication containing the unit definition.
Primary language of the accompanying information.
Type for dimension.
Type for notes. Used in units and conversion factors.
Language of the note or description.
Type of the quantity length.
Symbol of the quantity length.
Type of the quantity mass.
Symbol of the quantity mass.
Type of the quantity time.
Symbol of the quantity time.
Type of the quantity electric current.
Symbol of the quantity electric current.
Type of the quantity thermodynamic temperature.
Symbol of the quantity thermodynamic temperature.
Type of the quantity amount of substance.
Symbol of the quantity amount of substance.
Type of the quantity luminous intensity.
Symbol of the quantity luminous intensity.
Type for history.
URL for an online reference for the historical development of the unit definition.
Name of the publication containing the unit history.
Primary language of the accompanying information.
Type for name. Used for names in units, quantities, and prefixes.
Language of the containing name. An example is en-US for American English.
Type for prefix.
Element containing various prefix symbols.
Alphanumeric ID of a prefix.
Name of the prefix system. Either SI or binary.
Number system base. Either base 2 or 10 .
An integer exponent which describes the factor of the prefix.
Type for the quantity.
Element containing various quantity symbols.
Element for specifying a particular unit associated with the quantity.
Alphanumeric ID of a quantity.
Type of the quantity. For example base or derived.
Type for the quantity reference.
alphanumericID of the related quantity.
name of the related quantity.
Language of the quantity name.
Type for quantity container.
Type for remark.
Relevant URL for on-line information.
Name of publication.
Primary language of the accompanying information.
Type for unit system.
Name of the unit system. For example, SI, inch-pound, CGS, and MKS.
Description of the unit relative to the unit system. Examples are SI_base and non-SI_not_acceptable.
Language of the system name and type.
Type for symbols. Used in units, quantities, and prefixes.
Type of symbol representation. Examples include ASCII, HTML, and MathML.
Type for the unit.
Element for descriptive information including version changes to the unit.
Container for defining derived units in terms of their root units. This allows a precise definition of a wide range of units. The goal is to improve interoperability among applications and databases which use derived units based on commonly encountered root units.
Used to indicate the version of the unit output from the Units Database. Changes in the time-stamp are made if a substantive change has been made to the unit, such as a change in the unit definition or changes in conversion factors.
Alphanumeric ID of a unit. Although both alphanumericID and symbolicID are optional, it is intended that either one or both be specified so that each unit is uniquely identified.
Symbolic id is a unique abbreviation of a unit. Although both alphanumericID and symbolicID are optional, it is intended that either one or both be specified so that each unit is uniquely identified.
Type for the unit container.
Element for describing units. Use in containers UnitSet or directly incorporate into a host schema.
Type for the container for defining derived units in terms of their root units. This allows a precise definition of a wide range of units. The goal is to improve interoperability among applications and databases which use derived units based on commonly encountered base units.
Element for a root unit (from an extensive enumerated list) allowing an optional prefix and power. E.g., mm^2
Element for those special cases where the root unit needed is not included in the enumerated list in the above element.
Type for the element for a root unit (from an extensive enumerated list) allowing an optional prefix and power. E.g., mm^2
Unit identifier; the enumerated list is basically English unit names in lowercase, with a few upper case exceptions, e.g., 32F, mmHg, pH.
Type for the element for those special cases where the root unit needed is not included in the enumerated list in the above element.
Unit identifier.
URI identifying the source and possibly the definition of the unit.
Optional unit annotation; e.g., a unit name if the unit identifier above is an uncommon code.
Primary language of the source and annotation.
Type for the container for providing conversion information to other units.
Element for providing factors for a conversion equation to another unit; y = d + ((b / c) (x + a)). Note: The related "conversion to" equation is a simple inversion of the above equation; i.e., x = ((c / b) (y - d)) - a.
Element for describing a conversion that cannot be described by the linear expression in the element Float64ConversionFrom.
Type for the element for providing factors for a conversion equation to another unit; y = d + ((b / c) (x + a))
Allows reference to this conversion.
URI indicating the ID (a.k.a
alphanumericID) of the starting unit for the conversion. For units which are defined in the same
document, the URI should consist of a pound sign (#) followed by the ID value.
Number to be added at the start of the conversion (prior to multiplication or division) [factor 'a' in equation].
U95 uncertainty radius for initial addend.
Indicates the position of the least
significant digit (in decimal) of
the initialAddend; the position of
this digit is given by ten to
additive inverse of this number.
Number by which to multiply sum of initial addend and initial value [factor 'b' in equation].
U95 uncertainty radius for multiplicand.
Number of significant digits in the multiplicand value.
Divisor to be applied to the value at the same time as the multiplicand [factor 'c' in equation].
U95 uncertainty radius for divisor.
Number of significant digits in the divisor value.
Number to be added at the end of the conversion [factor 'd' in equation].
U95 uncertainty radius for final addend.
Indicates the position of the least
significant digit (in decimal) of
the finalAddend; the position of
this digit is given by ten to
additive inverse of this number.
Indicates if the conversion is exact.
Type for the container for listing unit code values from multiple code lists.
Type for the element for listing the unit code value from a specific code list.
The code associated for this unit in a specific code list.
The name of the code list.
The version of the code list containing the unit code.
Suggested retrieval location for this version.
Agency responsible for publication and/or maintenance of the code list.
URI for agency responsible for the code list.
Primary language associated with the code list.
Type for the element for referencing a unit of measure from within the Quantity element.
Alphanumeric ID of a unit.
Symbolic ID is a unique abbreviation of a unit.
Name of the unit.
Language of the unitName.
Description of the conversion.
Allows reference to this conversion.