What are the most common behavior sets? 


The behaviors defined in the Ocelot KRS can be considered as pretty typical:

CONSTRAINT-CHECKING-TIME   ->  DEFERRED
CONSTRAINT-REPORT-TIME     ->  DEFERRED
CONSTRAINTS-CHECKED        ->  VALUE-TYPE INVERSE CARDINALITY 
                               MINIMUM-CARDINALITY MAXIMUM-CARDINALITY 
                               SAME-VALUES NOT-SAME-VALUES SUBSET-OF-VALUES
                               NUMERIC-MINIMUM NUMERIC-MAXIMUM 
                               SOME-VALUES COLLECTION-TYPE DOMAIN
DEFAULTS                   ->  OVERRIDE
COMPLIANCE                 ->  FACETS-SUPPORTED USER-DEFINED-FACETS READ-ONLY
CLASS-SLOT-TYPES           ->  TEMPLATE OWN
COLLECTION-TYPES           ->  SET
FRAME-NAMES-REQUIRED       ->  T
ARE-FRAMES                 ->  CLASS FACET SLOT INSTANCE INDIVIDUAL

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