workare time-based actions, either with or without an explicit schedule. If the schedule is documented as part of the economic resource, then those economic events could decrement that schedule, although not the "current quantity" of the resource.
movecan optionally define a second identified resource on the receiver side.
deliver-servicecan sometimes be an input to another process, at the same time as it is an output from a process. This is because services imply delivery as they are created.
toLocationis provided on the event. For
dropoffit is the resource which is affected by the event, for all others it is the to resource, the resource that results from the event. For the latter, the resource and to resource may be the same resource, depending on how resources are identified in the user community.
onethat is used for one-dimensional units. This is confusing for many economic applications, where something like
eachwould be used, or nothing at all. We recommend that user interfaces handle this by not displaying the unit
onewhere it would be confusing, or substituting a more applicable name.