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  • ISO/IEC 18024-4:2006/Amd.1:2012 -- 2 Normative references
    Reference I18023 1 ISO IEC 18023 1 2006 Information technology SEDRIS Part 1 Functional specification with ISO IEC 18023 1 2006 Amd 1 2012 applied I18041 4 ISO IEC 18041 4 2007 Information technology Computer graphics image processing and environmental data representation Environmental Data Coding Specification EDCS language bindings Part 4 C I18042 4 ISO IEC 18042 4 2006 Information technology Computer graphics and image processing Spatial Reference Model SRM

    Original URL path: http://standards.sedris.org/18024-4_Amd1/Part4/Clause2_References.html (2016-02-11)
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  • ISO/IEC 18024-4:2006/Amd.1:2012 -- 4 Tables
    Table 4 3 Remove the rows below Matrix 3x3 SE Matrix 3x3 Matrix 4x4 SE Matrix 4x4 http standards iso org ittf PubliclyAvailableStandards index html

    Original URL path: http://standards.sedris.org/18024-4_Amd1/Part4/Clause4_Tables.html (2016-02-11)
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  • ISO/IEC 18024-4:2006/Amd.1:2012 -- 5 Definition of fundamental data types
    with SRM Equatorial Spherical 3D Coordinate 5 4 Record data types SE HEEC 3D Location Fields Replace SRM Spherical 3D Coordinate with SRM Equatorial Spherical 3D Coordinate 5 4 Record data types SE HEEQ 3D Location Fields Replace of SRM Spherical 3D Coordinate with SRM Equatorial Spherical 3D Coordinate 5 4 Record data types SE Image Mip Extents Replace all occurrences of Mip with MIP 5 4 Record data types SE Image Texel Location 3D Replace the three occurrences of Short Integer Unsigned with Integer Unsigned 5 4 Record data types SE Local 4x4 Fields Replace SE Matrix 4x4 with SRM Matrix 4x4 5 4 Record data types SE Packed Hierarchy Reference Replace the two occurrences of SE Object with SE Packed Hierarchy Object Access 5 4 Record data types SE PD 3D Location Fields Replace the two occurrences of SRM CD 3D Coordinate with SRM PD 3D Coordinate 5 4 Record data types SE PD Surface Location Fields Replace the two occurrences of SRM CD Surface Coordinate with SRM PD SURFACE Coordinate 5 4 Record data types SE Search Rule Replace the union name values with value 5 4 Record data types SE Property Code Replace the union name

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  • ISO/IEC 18024-4:2006/Amd.1:2012 -- 6 Function definitions
    GetRemainingPackedHierarchiesList and change the associated hyperlink correspondingly 6 2 GetAggregate GetAssociate and GetComponent Remove the store parameter from the list of paramters 6 2 SE GetContextTransformation Replace the text SE Matrix 4x4 with the following text SRM Matrix 4x4 6 2 SE GetRemainingPackedHierarchies Replace the title SE GetRemainingPackedHierarchies with SE GetRemainingPackedHierarchiesList In the HTML replace the bookmark with a name GetRemainingPackedHierarchiesList Replace the Abstract function name GetRemainingPackedHierarchies with GetRemainingPackedHierarchiesList Replace

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  • ISO/IEC 18025:2013(E) Foreword
    established a joint technical committee ISO IEC JTC 1 International Standards are drafted in accordance with the rules given in the ISO IEC Directives Part 2 The main task of the joint technical committee is to prepare International Standards Draft International Standards adopted by the joint technical committee are circulated to national bodies for voting Publication as an International Standard requires approval by at least 75 of the national bodies

    Original URL path: http://standards.sedris.org/18025/text/foreword.html (2016-02-11)
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  • ISO/IEC 18025:2013(E) Scope
    specify sets of units that are mutually comparable organizational schemas useful for locating classifications and attributes sharing a common context and groups into which concepts sharing a common context are collected A functional interface is also specified As denoting and encoding a concept requires a standard way of identifying the concept this International Standard specifies labels and codes in the dictionaries This International Standard specifies environmental phenomena in categories that include but are not limited to the following abstract concepts e g absolute latitude accuracy geodetic azimuth airborne particulates and aerosols e g cloud dust fog snow animals e g civilian fish human whale pod atmosphere and atmospheric conditions e g air temperature humidity rain rate sensible and latent heat wind speed and direction bathymetric physiography e g bar channel continental shelf guyot reef seamount waterbody floor region electromagnetic and acoustic phenomena e g acoustic noise frequency polarization sound speed profile surface reflectivity equipment e g aircraft spacecraft tent train vessel extraterrestrial phenomena e g asteroid comet planet hydrology e g lake rapids river swamp ice e g iceberg ice field ice peak ice shelf glacier man made structures and their interiors e g bridge building hallway road room tower

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  • ISO/IEC 18025:2013(E) Annex A - Deprecated EDCS items
    OPERATIONAL but not commissioned 45 OUT OF SERVICE COMMISSIONED Commissioned and out of service 46 OUT OF SERVICE NOT COMMISSIONED Not commissioned and out of service 47 PARTIALLY DESTROYED Some portion or part is DESTROYED 48 PERIODIC Periodic or intermittent recurring at intervals 49 PERMANENT Permanent 50 PLANNED CONSTRUCTION A REGION where a future construction is planned 51 PROPOSED Suggested put forward for consideration discussion or adoption proposed 52 RECOMMENDED Endorsed commended as being worthy or desirable or useful recommended 53 REPORTED Made known but not verified reported 54 RUINED A STRUCTURE in a decayed or deteriorated condition resulting from neglect or disuse or a damaged STRUCTURE in need of repair ruined 55 SONAR CONFIRMED Existence has been confirmed by sonar return signals 56 SONAR NOT CONFIRMED Existence has not been confirmed by sonar return signals 57 SWEPT Cleared of obstacles swept 58 SYNCHRONIZED Occurring at a time coincident at a point of time and contemporary simultaneous or synchronized 59 TEMPORARY Temporary 60 TIDAL Influenced by the TIDE tidal 61 TWO WAY Moving or permitting movement in two DIRECTION s only two way 62 UNDER CONSTRUCTION In the process of being built or renovated under construction 63 UNWATCHED Usually automatic in operation without any permanently stationed PERSONNEL to superintend it unwatched 64 WATCHED Looked at or observed over a period especially to be aware of any movement or change watched 65 FUNCTIONAL USE The general categories of function or use that an OBJECT serves or may serve functional use AVALANCHE Avalanche 3 CONTAINER CONTAINER 7 DRAG STRIP Drag strip 8 RETAINING Retaining 29 HYDROGRAPHIC DEPTH INFORMATION The accuracy or availability of HYDROGRAPHIC DEPTH information for an OBJECT UNKNOWN Unknown 3 HYDROLOGIC PERSISTENCE The persistence of a HYDROLOGIC OBJECT PERENNIAL OR PERMANENT PERENNIAL or PERMANENT 4 PERMANENT Permanent 5 MARINE STATION EQUIPMENT The type of EQUIPMENT at a marine station STA STA 16 MINE OTHER INFORMATION TYPE The subsidiary information for an EXPLOSIVE MINE mine other information type TYPE Type 5 POLYGONAL FACE TYPE The type of OBJECT represented by a POLYGONAL FACE BUILDING BUILDING 1 BUILDING COMPONENT BUILDING COMPONENT 2 LAND LAND 3 TERRAIN TERRAIN 4 WATERBODY FLOOR WATERBODY FLOOR 5 WATERBODY SURFACE WATERBODY SURFACE 6 PUBLIC ACCOMMODATION TYPE The type of a FACILITY that is used for accommodating the public but not as a permanent or long term DWELLING public accommodation type TEMPORARY RESIDENCE Temporary residence EXAMPLES HOTEL MOTEL 7 ROLLING STOCK TYPE The type of a rolling stock BOLSTER Open and serving as one of two pivots that support an extremely long load mounted on two FLAT RAIL WAGON s bolster 1 USAGE The primary user function or controlling authority of an OBJECT usage ADVERTISING BILLBOARD Advertising billboard 1 AERODROME TERMINAL AERODROME TERMINAL 2 AGRICULTURE Agriculture 3 AID TO NAVIGATION CHANGEOVER AID TO NAVIGATION changeover 4 AIRCRAFT CONTROL Housing the EQUIPMENT and PERSONNEL designed for the safe takeoff and landing of AIRCRAFT aircraft control 5 AIRCRAFT FACILITY Aircraft facility airport reference point 6 AIRCRAFT HANGAR APRON APRON associated

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  • ISO/IEC 18025:2013(E) Introduction
    scales use international standard units adopt the International System of Units interoperate with existing domain specific approaches build on the experience gained by other organizations including IHO WMO and DGIWG in developing information coding systems organization structure for efficient access orthogonality separate the concepts of type and state of environmental objects rigor provide unambiguous and clearly defined concepts separate units of measure from attributes relate units of measure to attributes

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