TR291F Intent Family Relation – Intent Extension Model v1.1.0
- Maturity level: Beta
Created By: Autonomous Networks Project
An intent is often used together with other intent to achieve a requirement. For example, a first intent might require a service to be delivered and the intent handler creates a second intent that requires the network functions needed for this service and a third intent requiring a slice. In the terminology introduced here, this set of inter-dependent intents is called an intent family. Intents are related and considered to be in the same family if they are part of the solution for a common requirement.