ASME Y14.47 - Model Organization Practices2019
This Standard establishes a schema for organizing a three-dimensional (3D) model and other associated information within the context of a digital product definition data set for the purpose of conveying a product definition that enables a model-based enterprise (MBE). This Standard contains no requirements pertaining to drawing graphic sheets. The schema defines a common practice to improve design productivity and to deliver consistent data content and structure to consumers of the data to facilitate common exchange interfaces.
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Annotated Model
    
A combination of model, annotation, and attributes that describe a product.
See Also:
Model, Annotation, Attribute
Annotation
    
Visible dimensions, tolerances, notes, text, or symbols.
See Also:
Dimension, Tolerance, Notes, Angularity, Product and Manufacturing Information, Basic Dimension
The condition of the annotations and attributes of an annotated model that are used to define an item.
See Also:
Annotation, Attribute, Annotated Model, Item
Geometry State
    
The condition of the geometry as represented in a model.
See Also:
Geometry, Model
Maturity State
    
The condition of the design maturity for the data set’s intended use within the product life cycle.
See Also:
Data, Product Lifecycle
An annotated model and its associated data elements that define the product in a manner that can be used effectively without a drawing graphic sheet.
See Also:
Data, Product, Drawing Graphic Sheet, PMI, Annotation, Model-Based Enterprise
An organization that uses model based definitions for the purpose of commission, operation, service, and decommission of a product.
See Also:
Model-Based Definition, Model-Based Systems Engineering, Model-Based Environment, Model-Based Engineering
A non-geometric model element selected for organization by a standardized method.
See Also:
Geometric Element, Model
Presentation
    
The manner in which information is displayed for use by a human.
A retrievable collection or set of model display elements arranged for formal display to the viewer.
See Also:
Model, Saved View
Representation
    
The manner in which information is stored for interpretation by a machine.
Saved View
    
A stored and retrievable specific orientation and a magnification factor of a model or design model and may be a view within a model or a view generated from the model and placed in a drawing graphic sheet (ASME Y14.3).
See Also:
Presentation State, Model, Design Model, Drawing Graphic Sheet