E100 Activity Plan in Version 6.2.2
This class comprises plans for specific predefined activities or kinds of activities to happen. They consist of descriptions of specific constraints, patterns or types of activities that could be realized. They may also foresee that the planned activities are realized at times explicitly foreseen by the actor intending the application of the plan, for instance, to organize a conference, in which case we may talk about “active plans”. Alternatively, times of realization may be foreseen in reaction to external kind of events foreseen by the plan, for instance a rescue action in case of earthquake according to a rescue plan, or a penal action in case of criminal activity according to a law, in which case we may talk about “reactive plans”. An instance of Activity Plan does not imply the intention of any Actor to apply it. It may be created together, before or without the will to apply it. For instance, laws are created before they are passed in the parliament. Any Activity Plan may require specific conditions for it to be applicable. For example a plan to excavate a river bank may require that the river is flooded. Or my plan to lime plaster my stone wall requires that it is winter (i.e. wet and cold).
- The disaster plan of Tate Archives in case of the Thames flooding.
- The proposal for conservation work for MS Greek 418 at the Saint Catherine library.