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For example, the attribute of 'being good' with respect to Nokia's financial statements may be the conjunction of being in surplus (profit) and being of good credit rating. Chisholm also indicates that there may be alternative mechanisms for providing compound attributes. Philosophically and logically it makes little sense to talk about when an attribute came into being. According to Chisholm's ontology, attributes are enduring, thus avoiding the problem of declaring when an attribute conies into being.
Entity Core NIAM allows for significant entities, or objects (either physical or conceptual) to be modelled. These are grouped into entity classes. Each entity cannot depend upon other entities to be classed as an entity. Identity Each member of an entity class must have a unique identity called a label. It may be several properties (see below). Classification Essentially a fact gathering technique for determining the sorts of allowable properties, nevertheless identification of classes based on the attributes exhibited or by selection is important in the process of modelling in NIAM Constraints Relationship Property Core Constraints on entities and their classes can be expressed in NIAM.
The key advantage with the object model for OMT is the breadth of concepts available for modelling. Further, it has more tightly defined semantics when compared with other modelling frameworks. Despite this, object models, suffer from having a rigid class hierarchy with attributes of objects within these classes being spread through the hierarchy. This rigidity is reminiscent of that found in ER modelling frameworks. 2 Results Table 8 shows the indicative results for the comparison of Chisholm's ontology with the data modelling languages.