Abstract Modelling Task Force

Scope and Purpose: The abstract modelling task force will be responsible for delivering a UML model which captures the semantics of the XBRL 2.1 core specification and the Dimensions 1.0 specification. The UML model will capture the fundamental  structures and design of XBRL and XBRL Dimensions as standalone UML artifacts, decoupled from any specific XML syntactical details.
   
Deliverables:
The abstract model is likely to include use case diagrams, class diagrams, object diagrams, sequence diagrams and other such diagrams as may be later defined by the task force.
   
Audience:
The abstract model will be developed with a specific focus towards software engineering, as a means of establishing a common framework for communicating and understanding the XBRL technology.

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Abract Model Infomational Webinars

Title:XII AMTF Abstract Model Walk-Through
Date:16 May 2012
Duration: 01:36:25
URL: https://sap.na.pgiconnect.com/p24167191/
Summary:Walk through the Abstract Model as of that date

Title:XII AMTF - Walk Abstract Model Concrete Example Usages
Date:16 May 2012
Duration: 01:10:35
URL: https://sap.na.pgiconnect.com/p49295437/
Summary: Walk through applying the Model to concrete example reports

Title:XII AMTF Face-to-Face Model Updates 17 May 2012
Date:17 May 2012
Duration:00:39:33
URL:https://sap.na.pgiconnect.com/p45404043/
Summary:Walk through changes made to the Abstract Model on Thursday 17 May


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