This object has 28 measured values as a attribute.
This object has a attribute of 28 measured values.
The attribute of measured value for this object is 28.
A measured value of 28 for this object is its attribute.
28 measured values construct a attribute for this object.
Ok. This teases out distinctions better. I should end up rediscovering somebody’s existing work when I’m done.
Started with “This object has a property of X yyyy” (where yyyy is the unit of measure).” as inspiration sentence (from ISO 15926) which I’d gotten to while searching up “Irreducibly Normative Properties” and its resulting ongoing debate. I’ll tie this into is/has a distinction in a bit I think.