Vulnerability
Schema attributes
The vulnerability schema includes physical fragility and vulnerability relationships in relation to specific hazards or for multihazard (combination of individual hazards). A wide range of model types and parameters can describe vulnerability, for this reason there are many possible variables accounted by the Vulnerability schema. But only a part of them will be required to describe one specific model. The schema distinguishes key information describing the vulnerabilirt model, including:
 function type (i.e fragility, vulnerability, damagetoloss)
 countries the function was developed for, measured in terms of to geographic relevance
 development approach (empirical, analytical, judgement, hybrid, codebased)
 mathematical model used (including exponential, cumulative lognormal/normal)
 the intensity measure and asset type the function relates to
 loss parameter / engineering demand parameter values
The model attributes specify which hazard types and exposure categories the vulnerability relationship applies to. Other attributes describe the function type and the analytical approach adopted, and add notes on the model applicability in terms of location and scale.
Required  Attribute  Description  Type 

*  Primary hazard  Main hazard type from list of options  Hazard list 
Secondary hazard  Secondary hazard type from list of options  Hazard list  
*  Primary process  Primary hazard process from list of options  Process list 
Secondary process  Secondary hazard process from list of options  Process list  
*  Frequency  Frequency representation type 

*  Intensity unit  Unit to measure hazard intensity  Option list 
*  Exposure category  Frequency representation type 

*  Exposure occupancy  Type of occupancy to which function applies 

Taxonomy source  Name of exposure taxonomy  Text  
Taxonomy code  Name of taxonomy  Taxonomy code to which function applies  
*  Impact type  Type of impact 

*  Function type  Type of function 

Approach  Type of methodological approach 


*  Relationship type  Type of relationship  
Mathematical model  Type of mathematical model 


*  Scale applicability  At which spatial scale the function applies 

*  Transferrability  List of countries in which the model could be applied  ISOa3 code 
*  Local applicability  Specific subarea within a country or region to wich the model specifically applies  Location name 
Transferrability notes  Details about applicability to different areas  Text 
The specifics attributes add more optional details.
The additional attributes cover more specific information that helps to understand the analysis which generated the function.
Examples
Need to find some.