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Sigma KEE - RelationalAttribute
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Any Attribute that an Entity has by virtue of a relationship that it bears to another Entity or set of Entities, e.g. SocialRoles and PositionalAttributes.
Parents Attribute Qualities which we cannot or choose not to reify into subclasses of.
Children AccountSecurityTypeThe type of security protocol used to log in to an account. This can refer to a modality like a fingerprint or iris scan requirement, or a broader description like two-factor authentication.
 AirportClassificationAirportClassification is a class of Attributes for representing systems that categorize Airports according to some criteria. There are several such systems, including the International Civil Aviation Organization categories A to E, based on runway lengths, the Federal Aviation Administration system associated with airport functions, and the airport categorization by runway length used in the CIA World Fact Book.
 AlbumAttributeAlbumAttribute is used to describe the contents of an Album
 BedAttributeBedAttribute is the class of attributes attached to the type of cushion a Bed has
 ComputerStatusAn attribute which describes status of the Computer, such as HostDown, HostReady.
 ConservationStatusThe conservation status of a group of organisms (for instance, a species) indicates whether the group still exists and how likely the group is to become extinct in the near future. [Wikipedia]
 CuisineCuisine is an attribute applied to classes of PreparedFood to specify that it is typical of a particular region or culture. Note that it cannot be applied to a single Animal or Plant, even if a particular such entity is endemic to a particular region. It captures not just the reality of a particular combination of ingredients, but also the intent of the preparer to conform to a particular style of food and food preparation.
 EconomicRoleA Class of RelationalAttributes that specify the EconomicRole of a Object or Process in the economy.
 EnvironmentSoftwareAttributeThe class of attributes which correspond to environment variables. Environment variables are defined outside of a ComputerProgram, unlike ordinary variables that are defined in the source code of the ComputerProgram. Typically, the environment variable stores some value that many if not all ComputerProgams will need when they execute. An example is the environment variable PATH under Unix-like operating systems that stores the ComputerDirectories where executable ComputerPrograms can be found. Another example is the environment variable CLASSPATH for Java programs, which stores the directory where Java class files can be found that will be needed by any ComputerProgram written in Java.
 FinancialAccountStatusA class of four attributes indicating the status of a financial account, viz. ActiveAccount, LockedAccount, NewAccount or PendingAccount.
 FinancialRatingThe highest rating is usually AAA-Rating, and the lowest is D-Rating.
 HotelLevelAttributeHotelLevelAttribute are attributes that describe certain BuildingLevels in a HotelBuilding
 HotelRoomAttributeHotelRoomAttribute gives descriptions about HotelUnit
 IndustryAttributeIndustryAttribute is a class of Attributes which identify an Organization as belonging to a particular industry type. For example, the company Hallmark has the attribute GreetingCardPublishers.
 LegalAgentA LegalAgent is an Attribute of an AutonomousAgent that is allowed by law to to act and be treated as a legal person for certain purposes, such as being a party to a lawsuit, owning property, and entering into a contract. Typically, a LegalAgent is either an adult Human or some type of Organization. Depending on the prevailing legal system in a given time and location, Humans in general, as well as other CognitiveAgents, typically will have additional legal rights and obligations beyond those accorded to LegalAgents. See the Wikipedia description of Juristic person.
 LegalSystemAttributeLegalSystemAttribute is the class of Attributes that are used to characterize legal systems, as, e.g., according to their sources, areas of concern, or principles of organization.
 LiquidityAttributeA class of attributes which describe the degree to which accounts can be easily converted to cash.
 MeasurementAttributeAn Attribute that indicates what about a particular object is being measured. This is most commonly used for LengthMeasures, where it would not otherwise be clear as to whether the measure applied to the objects width, height, diagonal etc.
 MemberStatusMemberStatus is the class of RelationalAttributes that represent the different kinds of status that may be held in various organizations. Included in this class are membership types for InternationalOrganizations covered by the CIA World Fact Book.
 MusicGenreMusicGenre is a categorical construct that identifies musical sound as belonging to a particular category that can be distinguished from other types of music. They are attributes instead of subclasses of Music as the classification of a song to a particular genre is oftentimes arbitrary, as well as the fact that there are very closely related genres that oftentime overlap. It is applied to a MusicRecording instead of Music as a piece of Music can be reinterpreted as a different genre by different artists.
 NormativeAttributeA Class containing all of the Attributes that are specific to morality, legality, aesthetics, etiquette, etc. Many of these attributes express a judgement that something ought or ought not to be the case.
 PerceptualAttributeAny Attribute whose presence is detected by an act of Perception.
 PoliticoEconomicAttributeAny Attribute of a Government which specifies some aspect of the political or economic system of the Government.
 PositionalAttributeAttributes characterizing the orientation of an Object, e.g. Vertical versus Horizontal, Left versus Right etc.
 PriorityAttributeA class of attributes which describe priorities of ComputationalSystems.
 ProcessStatusA class of attributes. Each instance of ProcessStatus describes a status of a Process, such as ProcessFailure, ProcessSuccess, etc.
 RealtimeSystemAttributeThe class of Attributes which describe instances of the class RealtimeSystem.
 RecordingAttributeRecordingAttribute refers to RelationalAttributes that describe the conditions that a Recording was recorded under.
 ReligiousAttributeAn Attribute indicating the membership of a Human in a BeliefGroup. Note that various attributes indicating kinds of lack of belief in a religion are InternalAttributes, since they do not depend on relation to a particular group.
 RiskAttributeA class of attributes which describe the degree of risk of a particular investment.
 ServiceAttributeThe class of attributes which describe CommercialServices, such as OpenService and ClosedService.
 SizeAttributeSizeAttribute refers to attributes that pertain to the measure of some Object
 SocialRoleThe Class of all Attributes that specify the position or status of a CognitiveAgent within an Organization or other Group.
 SoftwareAttributeThe class of all attributes that are specific to SoftwareSystems.
 SpeedScaleAttributeSpeedScaleAttribute is a class of Attributes for indicating the speed of a Motion
 TimeZoneAn Attribute which is used to specify coordinates in which time measures are uniform, i.e. all time devices are synchronized to the same TimePositions.
 TruthValueThe Class of truth values, e.g. True and False. These are Attributes of Sentences and Propositions.
 YieldAttributeA class of attributes which describe the degree to which accounts are profitable.

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