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A generic superclass for all one-second long like intervals
Generic Second (Class)
A duration of one second
1 second
PT1S
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PT1S
Generic Second (Class)
A class for intervals that are the first quarter of a (nominally) annual cycle.
Q1 Interval
Q1 Interval
A class for intervals that are 3rd quarters of a (nominally) annual cycle
Q3 Interval
Q3 Interval
A class for 5th quarters of an abnormally long annual interval - in the UK a buisness interval may exceptionally extent to 6 quarters.
Q5 Interval
Q5 Interval
A class for calendar aligned one-second intervals. ISO 8601(E):2004 Section 2.2.1 (and 2.2.2 for leap seconds)(for units - 1 second interval are not defined).
Calendar Second
Calendar Second
A generic superclass class for all month-long like intervals.
Generic Month (Class)
A duration of one month
1 month
P1M
1
P1M
Generic Month (Class)
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366
365
A class for calendar aligned intervals of one whole year, ie. year long intervals that are aligned with a Calendar.
Calendar Year
Calendar Year
A class for intervals that the first half of a (nominally) annual cycle.
H1 Interval
H1 Interval
Generic Hour (class)
60
A generic superclass for hour-long intervals. An hour may contain a positive or negative leap second (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hour).
A duration of one hour
1 hour
PT1H
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PT1H
3601
Generic Hour (class)
3599
A class for 3rd half year intervals in an abnormally long annual interval - in the UK a buisness interval may exceptionally extent to 6 quarters.
H3 Interval
H3 Interval
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Calendar Week
ISO 8601 Week
A class for calendar weeks. Strictly not all calendar week intervals are contained within the year to which they may be attributed. The first or last week of a given calendar year may inculde days from the preceding or following calendar year respectively. An ISO 8601 week starts at 00:00:00 in a Monday and ends at the last moment of 23:59:59 on the following Sunday. ISO 8601(E):2004 Section 2.2.8
A class for the months of a calendar year. A month of year is a recurring interval of about 12th of a year that re-occurs annually.
month of year
The month of January
January
January
The month of February
February
February
The month of March
March
March
The month of April
April
April
The month of May
May
May
The month of June
January
June
The month of July
July
July
The month of August
August
August
The month of September
September
September
The month of October
October
October
The month of Novermber
November
November
The month of December
December
December
month of year
A generic superclass for all Quarter (3-month) long intervals
Generic Quarter (Class)
A duration of one quarter, typically 3 months.
1 quarter of a year
P3M
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P3M
Generic Quarter (Class)
CalendarInterval (class)
CalendarInterval (class)
A class for all calendar aligned intervals. The start of a given interval is aligned with the start of each of its first (temporally) subordinate CalendarInterval. Halfs are align the start of the first and seventh month of a year; quarters with the first, forth, seventh and tenth months; months with calendar months sof forth for calendar days, hours,minutes and seconds align
A generic superclass for all day like entities.
Generic Day (Class)
A duration of one day, typically 24 hours)
1 day
P1D
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P1D
Generic Day (Class)
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A generic superclass for all minute-long intervals. A minute may contain a positive or negative leap second.
Generic Minute (Class)
A duration of 1 minute
1 minute
PT1M
1
Generic Minute (Class)
PT1M
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Generic Half (Class)
A generic superclass for all half-year (6 month) like intervals
P6M
Generic Half (Class)
2
A duration of one half year, typically 6 months
1 half of a year
P6M
6
A top-level class for business intervals
Business Intervals
Business Intervals
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Calendar Month
Calendar Month
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A class for calendar aligned intervals of one calendar month. ISO 8601(E):2004 Section 2.2.11
A class for calendar aligned one-quarter year (3 month) intervals
Calendar Quarter
3
Calendar Quarter
A class for intervals that are 2nd quarters of a (nominally) annual cycle
Q2 Interval
Q2 Interval
A class for calendar align one minute intervals. ISO 8601(E):2004 Section 2.2.3 (for units - 1 minute interval are not defined).
Calendar Minute
Calendar Minute
A class for intervals that are 4th quarters of a (nominally) annual cycle.
Q4 Interval
Q4 Interval
A class for 6th quarters of an abnormally long annual interval - in the UK a buisness interval may exceptionally extent to 6 quarters.
Q6 Interval
Q6 Interval
A class for regular annual business reporting and planning intervals, not necessarily calendar aligned.
Business Year
Business Year
A class for calendar aligned one day intervals, starting at 00:00 (midnight) on the relevant day. ISO 8601(E):2004 Section 2.2.6
Calendar Day
Calendar Day
A class for business half year intervals. These intervals are not necessarily calendar aligned with month boundaries.
Half Year Interval
Half Year Interval
A business interval outside of the normal pattern of business intervals. In the UK companies house allow an annual reporting interval to be extended by upto 6 months once in 5 years (and at other exceptional times)
Irregular Business interval
Irregular Business interval
A class for intervals that the second half of a (nominally) annual cycle.
H2 Interval
H2 Interval
A generic superclass for all one-week long (7 day) intervals.
A duration of one week
1 week
P7D
Generice Week (Class)
Generic Week (Class)
P7D
7
A class for calendar aligned intervals that represent a calendar half year, a year being split into two half year periods of 6 months each.
CalendarHalf (class)
6
CalendarHalf (class)
A class for calendar aligned hour-long intervals. ISO 8601(E):2004 Section 2.2.4
Calendar Hour (Class)
Calendar Hour (Class)
380
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A generic superclass for all manner of Year like intervals. The the cardinality of days in a year is set to between 351 and 380 because in the UK the end of a business reporting year must be within 7 days of an annual reference date. In the worst cases this allows a reporting interval to be shortened or extended by up to two weeks.
A duration of one year
1 year
P1Y
1
P1Y
2
Generic Year (Class)
351
The month of the year in which a contained instant or interval (of duration one month or less) occurs.
month of year
month of year
The day of the week in which an instant or interval (of duration one day or less) occurs.
day of week
day of week
The ordinal number of the week of year year in which an instant or interval (of duration one week or less) occurs. The first year of the AD era has ordinal number 1. The Week Of Year is the year to which a week of year pertains, which is usually the same as the calendar year except aorund the end of year where some days of the week may be deemed to be in the yearr following or the year previous depending on the alignment of the year boundary with the weekly cycle.
ordinal week of year year
ordinal week of year year
The ordinal number of the minute of the hour in which a contained instant or interval (of duration one hour or less) occurs. The first minute of an hour has ordinal number 0.
ordinal minute of hour
ordinal minute of hour
The ordinal number of the week of the year in which a contained instant or interval of one week duration or less occurs. The ordinal number of the first week of a year is 1. The first week of a year is the week that contains the first Thursday of the year.
ordinal week of year
ordinal week of year
The ordinal number of the day of the year in in which an instant or interval (of duration one day or less) occurs. The first day of a year has the ordinal number 1.
ordinal day of year
ordinal day of year
hasXsdDurationDescription: a data type property for associating an xsd:duration with an Interval. Inspired by "durationDescriptionDataType" mentioned in "http://www.w3.org/TR/owl-time" but which seems to have failed to make it into the formal ontology.
hasXsdDurationDescription (DataTypeProperty)
The ordinal number of the day of the week in which a (contained) instant or interval (of one day or less in duration) occurs. The Monday has an ordinal number of 1.
ordinal day of week {en}
ordinal day of week {en}
The ordinal number of the month of the year in in which an instant or interval (of duration one day or less) occurs. The January has the ordinal number 1.
ordinal month of year
ordinal month of year
The ordinal number of the day of the month in in which an instant or interval (of duration less than one day) occurs. The first day of a month has the ordinal number 1.
ordinal day of month
ordinal day of month
The ordinal year of the year in which an instant or interval (of duration one year or less) occurs. The first year of the AD era has ordinal number 1.
ordinal year
ordinal year
The ordinal number of the quarter of the year in which a contained instant or interval (of duration one quarter year or less) occurs. The ordinal number of the first quarter of a year is 1.
ordinal quarter of year
ordinal quarter of year
The ordinal number of the hour of day in which a (contained) instant or interval (of less than one hour duration) occurs. The first hour of a day has ordinal number 0.
ordinal hour of day
ordinal hour of day
The ordinal number of the half of a year in which a contained instant or interval (of duration one half year or less) occurs. The first half of a year has the ordinal number 1.
has half of year
has half of year
The ordinal number of the second of the minute in which a contained instant or interval (of one second duration or less) occurs. The ordinal number of the first second of a minute is 0.
ordinal second of minute
ordinal second of minute
A reference to the companies house annual reference date at the end of the previous reporting year. Annual reporting periods are required to end with 7 days of this date. Success annual reference dates normally advance by 1 whole year each year. However, companies can always apply for an earlier reference date and under restricted circumstance request a later reference date (upto 6 months later) see http://www.companieshouse.gov.uk/about/gbhtml/gp2.shtml#ch2
Next Annual Reference Date.
Next Annual Reference Date.
A reference to the companies house annual reference date at the end of the previous reporting year. Annual reporting periods are required to end with 7 days of this date. Success annual reference dates normally advance by 1 whole year each year. However, companies can always apply for an earlier reference date and under restricted circumstance request a later reference date (upto 6 months later) see http://www.companieshouse.gov.uk/about/gbhtml/gp2.shtml#ch2.
Previous Annual Reference Date.
Previous Annual Reference Date.
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