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Business Reporting Semantics to SEC XBRL Implementation Mapping

In order to both test the Business Reporting and Financial Reportin Logical Models and demonstrate how to implement SEC XBRL filings using those models, I created a mapping from the logical models to the SEC XBRL implementation.  You can get that mapping here. If you wanted to contrast that to the mapping of my straw man implementation, that mapping can be found here.

What is easy to see from the mapping I created is that it is very possible to use these logical models in creating SEC XBRL filings and their related XBRL taxonomies.  What is harder to see is why that is beneficial.  To see the benefits, one would need to use a software application which leverages the logical models, making it so you don't have to struggle with XBRL at the syntax level.

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