Ad Hoc Schedule Entry

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Definition

Ad Hoc Schedule Entry. An entry, including a date, among multiple ad hoc schedule entries that jointly make up an AdHocSchedule

Other ontologies can extend AdHocScheduleEntry as needed. In particular, the Occurrences ontology extends AdHocScheduleEntry to consist of occurrences (events) of a given OccurrenceKind. The meaning is that an ad hoc schedule entry comprises a date and an event which is scheduled to occur on that date; in other words Occurrence of the OccurrenceKind should happen on the Date of the OccurrenceKind. Either reified dates or data values for dates can be used, as appropriate.

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