8.4 Property Set
|For Standard||RESQML v2.0.1|
Property values are often collected to indicate that they should be considered together as a set, for example, to show they are part of the same simulator output. To provide this type of grouping, RESQML has a property set.
Property sets have these characteristics:
- Sets are not exclusive; a property (group of values) can belong to several sets.
- Sets can be related through a parenting relationship. For example, a parent group representing the entire simulator output can be made up of several smaller groups corresponding to each time step.
- Sets can contain semantic information; for example, you can specify if all the contained property values correspond to a single property kind, or if they correspond to multiple realizations, at similar or equivalent times.