Relationship Types

The UCF uses advanced semantic mapping to establish the relationships of vocabulary terms between Mandates and Common Controls.

Here is the listing that is most current.

  • Synonym — Terms that mean exactly or nearly the same thing as the focus term.
  • Antonym — Terms that mean the opposite as the focus term.
  • Linguistic Parent - Terms that are linguistically broader than the focus term, this includes origins of terms.
  • Linguistic Child - Terms that are linguistically narrower than the focus term, this includes derivatives. Inverse: Linguistic Parent
  • Category For - A term of which the focus term is a kind of.
  • Type of - Terms that are kinds or examples of the focus term.
    Inverse: Category For
  • Includes - Terms the focus term is an element of.
  • Part of - Terms whose definitions are an element of the focus term.
    Inverse: Includes.
  • Used to Create - A term that is a template for or used to create the focus term.
  • Is Created by - A term that is a template for or used to create the focus term.
    Inverse: Used to Create.
  • Is Referenced by - A term that mentions or references the focus term.
  • References - A term that the focus term mentions or sites.
    Inverse: Is Referenced by.
  • Is used to Enforce — A term that causes the focus term to occur or compels compliance of the focus term.
  • Is Enforced by — A term that uses the focus term to occur or compel compliance.
    Inverse: Is used to Enforce
  • Used to Prevent — A term that prevents the focus term.
  • Is prevented by — A term that is prevented by the focus term.
    Inverse: Used to Prevent
  • Manages – A term that is in charge the focus term.
  • Is managed by – A term that is supervised or controlled by the focus term.
    Inverse: Manages

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