qsrlib_qsrs.qsr_qtc_bc_simplified module

class qsrlib_qsrs.qsr_qtc_bc_simplified.QSR_QTC_BC_Simplified[source]

Bases: qsrlib_qsrs.qsr_qtc_simplified_abstractclass.QSR_QTC_Simplified_Abstractclass

QTCBC simplified relations.

Values of the abstract properties
  • _unique_id = “qtcbcs”
  • _all_possible_relations = ?
  • _dtype = “points”

Some explanation about the QSR or better link to a separate webpage explaining it. Maybe a reference if it exists.

make_world_qsr_trace(world_trace, timestamps, qsr_params, req_params, **kwargs)[source]

Compute the world QSR trace from the arguments.

  • world_trace (World_Trace) – Input data.
  • timestamps (list) – List of sorted timestamps of world_trace.
  • qsr_params (dict) – QSR specific parameters passed in dynamic_args.
  • req_params – Dynamic arguments passed with the request.
  • kwargs – kwargs arguments.

Computed world QSR trace.

Return type:



Overwrite this for the different QTC variants to select only the parts from the QTCCS tuple that you would like to return. Example for QTCBS: return qtc[0:2].

Parameters:qtc (list or tuple) – Full QTCC tuple [q1,q2,q4,q5].
Returns:{“qtcbcs”: “q1,q2,q4,q5”}
Return type:dict
qtc_type = None

str: QTC specific type.