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1 XBRL Technology Track TECH7, Formula CR Extensions Update Herm Fischer October 20, 2010

2  FDIC contract motivates solutions  “ - Rule base Requirements IWD  XPath syntax chosen  “ - Functions spec drafted.  Formula drafts, some implementations  Alternative approach with XQuery  2007 Jan- Issued Formula PWD  Feb, Mar - Survey of users, feedback  June, Dec, Feb – PWD updates after PWD feedbacks  Mar 2008 – Candidate Release (spec) & Test Suite  May 2008 – Implementations of processors  Sept 2008 – Production formulas (COREP, FINREP)  Dec 2008 – CR-2 (dimensions and other fixes)  Jun 2009– Recommendation  2010 – CR extension modules

3  People want more ◦ Authoring tools ◦ Debuggers ◦ Books  People want less ◦ Simplified meta-language ◦ OWL/RDF/Sparql ◦ Business like language ◦ Cheaper, not closed community  CR progress on features

4 PWD Item PWD review period feedback Main PWD action CR State Impl’s AspectCover Filtersyes, wiki pageapply after other filters now2 Concept Relation Filterdecoupled from XMLindependent of XML objects now2 Custom Function Implementation nonenow2 Generic Messagesnonenow2 Validation Messagesnonenow Instances (multi- instance, and variable-set chaining) nonecan split specs for CR now2 Tuple outputnonelater1

5 PWD Item PWD review period feedback CR StateImpl’s xff:uncovered-aspectnonenow xfi.linkbase-link-rolesnonenow xfi.concept-labelnonenow xfi.arcrole-definitionnonenow xfi.role-definitionnonenow xfi.fact-footnotesnonenow xfi.concept-relationshipOpaque arcsnow xfi.relationship-from-conceptnonenow xfi.relationship-to-conceptnonenow xfi.distinct-nonAbstract-parent-conceptsnonenow xfi.relationship-attributenonenow xfi.relationship-link-attributenonenow xfi.relationship-namenonenow xfi.relationship-link-namenonenow xfi.format-numbernonenow2

6  Allow covering an aspect ◦ Unit (to block implicit filtering if inappropriate) ◦ Period ◦ Dimensions (individually)  Used to have to make tricks ◦ Period/Unit filters with “true()”  Before it was not possible to cover typed dimensions even with tricks

7  Now in XPath 2, in the linkbases  Can have multiple Xpath 2 steps ◦ Supports iteration, recursion, e.g., interest rates  Non-interoperable Java can be avoided

8  Feature has been in ad hoc use  Defines messages for assertion results ◦ Incorporates variable and aspect values in message text ◦ “Your submission of form {$formType} is missing a {$omission} for context ◦ Significant addition of user friendliness

9  Multiple companies reporting ◦ Different company extension taxonomies  Multiple periods reporting ◦ Different taxonomy year, linkbases changed  Multiple types of reports ◦ Different taxonomies for each

10  Cross Industries Reporting Analysis ◦ Different company extension taxonomies  Cross Border Reporting Analysis ◦ Different country taxonomies: - Public Company F.S.: EDINET (Japan) and US Gaap (USA) - Private Company F.S.: Infogreffe (Fr), NBB (Belgium), Infocamere (It)…  Cross Financial & Prudential Reporting Analysis ◦ Different taxonomies e.g. FINREP & COREP  Cross Multi-Data Sources Analysis ◦ Different taxonomies for each Data Sources: - Statistics Bureau & Corporate Registry - Stock Exchange & Statistics Bureau

11  Usually multiple quarters or years  Different taxonomies per year ◦ Namespaces change ◦ Linkbases change  Linkbases change per year ◦ Subtrees in vicinity of reported concepts  May not be mergable

12 12 Prior 2 Yr Formula LB Formula Processor Output inst. computed fact items Facts merged conceptRefs ‘hacked’ Extend DTS to union of input DTSes namespaces ‘hacked’ Assertions existence value consistency Merged inst. DTS contexts units fact items Merge Prior 1 Yr Current Yr

13  Issues to merge instances ◦ Taxonomies differ?  Concepts change with changes in law, practice  Dimensions change  Tree relationship in presentation, definition change  Namespaces change ◦ ContextRef’s will be changed in merging  E.g., current-yr-consol, prior-yr-consol  May be constraints on altering contextRef’s

14  Each instance loaded with its taxonomy  Formula terms refer to nodes, which know their enclosing document  Schemas and linkbases kept separate

15 15 Formula LB Formula Processor Output inst. computed fact items Assertions existence value consistency Prior 2 Yr prior 2 DTS each fact variable knows source DTS Prior 1 Yr prior DTS Current Yr current DTS instances loaded with their DTSes

16  Multiple entity instances ◦ Same period but different entities ◦ Different company extension taxonomies  Multiple period instances ◦ Taxonomies change ◦ Namespaces change ◦ Linkbases and dimension aggregations change  Multiple types of reports ◦ Different taxonomies for each

17 17  A simple approach to chaining  Common solution to multi-instance and chaining  Multi-instances can be ‘scratch-pads’ during computation  Applies to very large instance solution

18 18 Input inst. Formula Processor Output inst. Formula LB Parameter ( select expr.) custom function variable filter formula arc *Formula LB is pat of DTS Assertions assertion Input inst. Temp. inst.

19 19  Instances are represented by a resource  instance-variable arc to variable ◦ If present, specifies non-default source instance  formula-instance arc from formula ◦ If present specifies the instance to receive fact  Instance resources are files or temporary

20 20  Could be loaded by processor ◦ E.g., java code in a server loads primary instance and some prior-period or other-company instances ◦ Or user of GUI adds ‘additional’ instances, such as loading prior-period or other-company instances  Default implied source and result instances  Can be temporary in memory only ◦ Used for chaining and modularization

21 21  Formula aspects come from its variables  Variables from different instances contribute aspects ◦ Aspects independent of the instances they come from ◦ Aspect “covering” is by-aspect, not by-instance

22 22  Formula 1 (A=B+C) ◦ Result is A, factVariables B & C ◦ factVariable B is from source instance (default) ◦ factVariable C is from temp instance (has an arc)  Formula 2 (C=D+E) ◦ Result is C, factVariables D & E, to temp instance ◦ factVariables D & E are from the source instance

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24 24  Weighted average of its dimensional children by another primary item

25 25  Excel formulas:  Make PD controlling fact, get PD and EV of dimensional children  General variable for PDxEV member matching

26 26 difficult to explain

27 27  Each PD x EV produced by one formula ◦ Result factItem PDxEV is the product for each dimension value  Second formula binds PDxEV’s of dim-children to sequence and EV’s of dim-children to second sequence, value assertion checks result

28 28  The PDxEV result fact items aren’t needed for a real result instance  Only a value assertion is really needed  A temporary-results instance in-memory ◦ Like a scratch-pad  Also a temporary facts DTS would be needed (to define the PDxEV result fact item)

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30 30  Multi-instance term binding ◦ Variables can be bound to different source instances ◦ Sequences can have different source facts ◦ Each term in XPath ‘knows’ its instance/DTS (in the internal model or DOM of implementation)  Function binding ◦ A function with item results must keep the instance/DTS of the function result (based on the input terms)

31 Herm Fischer THANK YOU!

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