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The following MicroMVD vocabulary can be used to ensure classification system standards are correctly applied.

For guidance on what values should be filled in for standardised classification systems, refer to IFC classifications.

Feature: Classification

For BIM objects to be filtered and categorised in facility management system
As someone who needs to catalogue BIM data in a structured and organised manner
Classification systems data must be assigned to each relevant element

Scenario: Receiving a file
 * The IFC file "{file}" must be provided
 * IFC data must use the {schema} schema

Scenario: The appropriate classification systems are referenced in the model
 * The classification {guid} specifies the system {name}
 * The classification {guid} is published by {source}
 * The classification {guid} is the edition {edition} on {edition_date}
 * The classification {guid} has the description "{description}"
 * The classification {guid} is referenced by the website {location}
 * The classification {guid} has a hierarchy denoted by the tokens {tokens}

Scenario: The relevant elements are assigned to the classification system
 * The element {guid} is classified as a "{identification}" with name "{reference_name}"

You can fill out the variables using the guide below.

Variable Example Description
{file} project.ifc The filename or path to any IFC file.
{schema} IFC4 The schema version. At the moment, these are likely to be either IFC4 or IFC2X3.
{guid} 28q3AgmxP5cepIweO5Of$o This is a 22 character GlobalId for a particular IFC element.
{name} Uniclass 2015 The name of the classification system, taken from the standard list if it exists.
{source} RIBA Enterprises Ltd The source or publisher of the classification system, taken from the standard list if it exists.
{edition} January 2020 Classifications are often revised, this refers to the standard edition name, taken from the standard list if it exists.
{edition_date} 2020-02-07 A YYYY-MM-DD value of when the edition was released.
{description} Uniclass 2015 is a unified classification for the UK industry covering all construction sectors. The official description of the classification system, taken from the standard list if it exists.
{location} https://toolkit.thenbs.com/articles/classification The official website to refer to the classification online, taken from the standard list if it exists.
{tokens} '_' A comma separated, single quoted list of all of the separating tokens which denote hierarchy in the classification system, taken from the standard list if it exists.
{identification} Co_20_10_60 A single classification reference identification for the particular classification system, taken from the standard list if it exists.
{reference_name} Governmental complexes A single classification reference name for the particular classification system, taken from the standard list if it exists.