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The Technical Implementation Guide (TIG) provides an entry point to a range of guides on more specific topics.
Note: This is a change from earlier releases of this guide and formerly the TIG contained all the other guides. This change has been made to streamline future maintenance and updating of the individual guides.
- Release File Specification
- Expressions - Compositional Grammar Specification
- Expression Constraint Specification
- URI Standard
- Diagramming Guideline
- Terminology Services Guide
- Search and Data Entry Guide
- Record Services Guide
- Editorial Guide
- Machine Readable Concept Model
- Extensions Guide
- Change Management Guide
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- 2.1. Motivation for Implementation
- 2.2. Implementation Types
- 2.3. Implementation Levels
- 2.4. Implementation Services
- 4.1. Root and top-level Concepts
- 4.2. Subtype Relationships
- 4.3. Defining characteristics
- 4.4. Qualifiers and refinement
- 4.5. Primitive and fully-defined Concepts
- 4.6. Important Concept Identifiers