: Public Class
Created: 3/6/2015 2:26:47 PM
Modified: 3/18/2019 11:23:33 PM
DEFINITION:<br/>An activity that is intended to occur at some point in the context of a particular study and that is the assignment of an experimental unit to a portion of the study, such as an arm or a portion of an arm (when secondary allocations may occur).<br/><br/>EXAMPLE(S):<br/>randomization, direct assignment based on eligibility criteria, etc.<br/>"Escalating dose cohort studies" enroll subjects in successive arms, i.e., one arm is completely filled before any subjects are enrolled in the next arm.  In such a study, allocation depends on which arms have been fully enrolled and which are currently open for enrollment.  Note that this example assumes that the experimental unit is the subject (rather than a part of a subject or a group of subjects).<br/><br/>OTHER NAME(S):<br/><br/>NOTE(S):<br/><br/>
Element Source Role Target Role
Name: assignedExperimentalUnitAllocationResult
Name: assigningPlannedExperimentalUnitAllocation
DESCRIPTION: Each PlannedExperimentalUnitAllocationResult always is an option for one PlannedExperimentalUnitAllocation. Each PlannedExperimentalUnitAllocation might assign experimental units to one or more PlannedExperimentalUnitAllocationResult.<br/><br/>DEFINITION: This association identifies a relationship between an allocation activity and an option to which experimental units will be assigned.<br/><br/>EXAMPLE(S):<br/><br/>OTHER NAME(S):<br/><br/>NOTE(S):<br/><br/>
Tag Value
Object Type Connection Direction Notes
PlannedActivity Class Generalization To DESCRIPTION: Each PlannedExperimentalUnitAllocation always specializes one PlannedActivity. Each PlannedActivity might be specialized by one PlannedExperimentalUnitAllocation. DEFINITION: EXAMPLE(S): OTHER NAME(S): NOTE(S):
PlannedRandomizationBookAllocation Class Generalization From DESCRIPTION: Each PlannedRandomizationBookAllocation always specializes one PlannedExperimentalUnitAllocation. Each PlannedExperimentalUnitAllocation might be specialized by one PlannedRandomizationBookAllocation. DEFINITION: EXAMPLE(S): OTHER NAME(S): NOTE(S):