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  • ISO/IEC 18025:2013(E) Normative References
    3166 1 2006 Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions Part 1 Country codes ISO 3166 2 2007 Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions Part 2 Country subdivision code ISO 3166 3 1999 Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions Part 3 Code for formerly used names of countries ISO 7027 1999 Water quality Determination of turbidity ISO IEC 9973 Information technology Computer graphics image processing and environmental data representation Procedures for registration of items ISO IEC 10646 2012 Information technology Universal Coded Character Set UCS ISO IEC 11578 1996 Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Remote Procedure Call RPC ISO IEC IEEE 60559 2011 Information technology Microprocessor Systems Floating Point arithmetic ISO 80000 Quantities and units ISO 80000 1 2009 E Quantities and units Part 1 General ISO 80000 3 2006 E Quantities and units Part 3 Space and time ISO 80000 4 2006 E Quantities and units Part 4 Mechanics ISO 80000 5 2007 E Quantities and units Part 5 Thermodynamics IEC 80000 6 2008 E Quantities and units Part 6 Electromagnetism ISO 80000 7 2008 E Quantities and units Part 7 Light ISO 80000 8 2007 E Quantities and units Part 8 Acoustics ISO 80000 9 2009 E Quantities and units Part 9 Physical chemistry and molecular physics ISO 80000 10 2009 E Quantities and units Part 10 Atomic and nuclear physics ISO 80000 12 2009 E Quantities and units Part 12 Solid state physics IEC 80000 13 2008 E Quantities and units Part 13 Information science and technology LOS International Hydrographic Organization IHO Limits of Oceans and Seas Draft 4th ed Monaco IHO 1986 Special publication S 23 R3066 Internet Engineering Task Force IETF The Internet Society Tags for the Identification of Languages online

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  • ISO/IEC 18025:2013(E) Annex B - Groups and references for EDCS classifications
    the structure of Table B 1 Table B 1 Groups and references for EDCS classifications Table B 2 ECs with labels beginning with A Table B 15 ECs with labels beginning with N Table B 3 ECs with labels beginning with B Table B 16 ECs with labels beginning with O Table B 4 ECs with labels beginning with C Table B 17 ECs with labels beginning with P Table B 5 ECs with labels beginning with D Table B 18 ECs with labels beginning with Q Table B 6 ECs with labels beginning with E Table B 19 ECs with labels beginning with R Table B 7 ECs with labels beginning with F Table B 20 ECs with labels beginning with S Table B 8 ECs with labels beginning with G Table B 21 ECs with labels beginning with T Table B 9 ECs with labels beginning with H Table B 22 ECs with labels beginning with U Table B 10 ECs with labels beginning with I Table B 23 ECs with labels beginning with V Table B 11 ECs with labels beginning with J Table B 24 ECs with labels beginning with W Table B 12 ECs with

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  • ISO/IEC 18025:2013(E) Terms, definitions, symbols and abbreviated terms
    designator that is used to denote a concept 3 2 20 numerical value a real number that represents a quantity 3 2 21 object conceptual structure having both type and state 3 2 22 organizational schema end result of a process of concept characterization comprised of a set of groups of concepts 3 2 23 physical quantity quantity that can be used in the mathematical equations of science and technology 3 2 24 quantity property of a phenomenon body or substance where the property has a magnitude that can be expressed by means of a number and a reference ISO 80000 1 2009 3 1 3 2 25 state of an object one of the possible modes of existence of an object as defined by the collective values of its attributes 3 2 26 symbol short scientific notation for a unit of measurement or a scale factor or both 3 2 27 system of quantities set of quantities together with a set of non contradictory equations relating those quantities ISO 80000 1 2009 3 3 NOTE Ordinal quantities see ISO 80000 1 2009 3 26 such as Rockwell C hardness and nominal properties see ISO 80000 1 2009 3 30 such as colour of light are usually not considered to be part of a system of quantities because they are related to other quantities through empirical relations only 3 2 28 system of units set of base units and derived units together with their multiples and submultiples defined in accordance with given rules for a given system of quantities ISO 80000 1 2009 3 13 3 2 29 type of an object essential aspects of an object that characterize and distinguish it from other objects 3 2 30 unit of measurement measurement unit unit real scalar quantity defined and adopted by convention with which any other quantity of the same kind can be compared to express the ratio of the second quantity to the first one as a number ISO 80000 1 2009 3 9 3 2 31 value of a physical quantity quantitative expression of a particular physical quantity as the pairing of a real number and a unit of measurement the real number being called its numerical value 3 3 Abbreviated terms Table 3 3 lists the abbreviated terms used in this International Standard except for those abbreviated terms used only in the construction of labels which are listed in Annex G In the specification of an abbreviation the letters in the abbreviated term used to form the abbreviation are presented in upper case and other letters are presented in lower case with one exception When the abbreviated term includes another abbreviation that is is used to form the abbreviation for that term all the letters of the included abbreviation are presented in upper case even if all of the letters are not used in the formed abbreviation Table 3 3 Abbreviated terms Abbreviation Abbreviated term ABS Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene ACC Area Control Centre ACS Airfield Control Station

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  • ISO/IEC 18025:2013(E) Annex C - Groups and references for EDCS attributes and references for EDCS attribute value characteristics
    B Table C 16 EAs with labels beginning with O Table C 4 EAs with labels beginning with C Table C 17 EAs with labels beginning with P Table C 5 EAs with labels beginning with D Table C 18 EAs with labels beginning with Q Table C 6 EAs with labels beginning with E Table C 19 EAs with labels beginning with R Table C 7 EAs with labels beginning with F Table C 20 EAs with labels beginning with S Table C 8 EAs with labels beginning with G Table C 21 EAs with labels beginning with T Table C 9 EAs with labels beginning with H Table C 22 EAs with labels beginning with U Table C 10 EAs with labels beginning with I Table C 23 EAs with labels beginning with V Table C 11 EAs with labels beginning with J Table C 24 EAs with labels beginning with W Table C 12 EAs with labels beginning with K Table C 25 EAs with labels beginning with X Table C 13 EAs with labels beginning with L Table C 26 EAs with labels beginning with Y Table C 14 EAs with labels beginning with M Table

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  • ISO/IEC 18025:2013(E) Concepts
    the relationship between the concept embodied by that entry and the concept optionally cited in the reference field see 4 3 4 3 If the reference field see 4 3 4 3 contains an optional citation the reference type field shall contain the two character abbreviation for the EDCS reference type that specifies the nature of that reference The EDCS reference types are specified in Table 4 3 Table 4 3 EDCS reference types Abbreviation Specification AR In addition to meeting the requirements for a prescriptive reference an agreement shall be established between the owner of this International Standard and the owner of the referenced specification to ensure that the concept referenced shall not be changed without the agreement of the owner of this referencing International Standard This type of reference shall be called an authoritative reference PR The concept embodied in that EDCS dictionary entry shall be the same concept as defined in a specification The concept definition of the concept in this International Standard may be different from the definition in the specification because of modifications to either include missing implied context not present in the definition in the specification or to match the style and structure of other concept definitions in this International Standard This type of reference shall be called a prescriptive reference IR The concept embodied in that EDCS dictionary entry shall either be the same as or shall be derived from a concept defined in another document In this case the concept defined in this International Standard shall be defined by the meaning of the words used in the concept definition and shall not require any material from the cited reference for its understanding This type of reference shall be called an informative reference The reference and associated reference type for each EDCS dictionary entry shall be in the following order of preference AR PR and then IR No reference shall be given and therefore no EDCS reference type is given either only if no reference of EDCS reference type AR PR or IR can be used Additional requirements that apply to the contents of the reference type field are specified in 10 5 3 4 3 4 3 Reference The reference field of an EDCS dictionary entry may contain one citation see 10 5 2 that identifies the source of the concept The citation in the reference field shall be in the format specified in 10 5 2 Additional requirements for the contents of the reference field are specified in 10 5 4 If the wording of the concept definition was derived from a different source than the concept itself and the concept is not a commonly understood concept a citation to the source of the wording shall be included within the concept definition field 4 3 4 4 Supplemental references The supplemental reference s field of an EDCS dictionary entry may contain one or more citations that provide information useful in understanding that entry Each citation in the supplemental reference field shall be in the format specified in 10 5 2 Additional requirements for the contents of the supplemental references field are specified in 10 5 5 Because supplemental references are always for information only these references do not have an EDCS reference type A citation in the reference field of an EDCS dictionary entry shall not be repeated for the same entry as a citation in the supplemental reference field even if it provides information useful in understanding that EDCS dictionary entry 4 3 5 Other fields In addition to common fields some EDCS dictionaries have specialized fields Such specialized fields are described for each dictionary in the following sections However one field Figure s is common to the EC EA and EE dictionaries A figure is an illustrative example of the concept Inclusion of a figure is optional Figures may be line drawings images or other graphics Additional requirements for figures are given in 10 5 6 4 4 EDCS classifications This International Standard specifies an EDCS Classification Dictionary Each entry in this dictionary is termed an EDCS classification EC An EDCS Classification Dictionary entry specifies the type of an environmental object Within the scope of the EDCS Classification Dictionary each EC shall have a unique concept definition a unique EDCS classification label ECL and a unique EDCS classification code ECC In addition each EC may have a reference type a reference supplemental references and figures The EDCS Classification Dictionary is presented in 27 tables see Table 5 4 One table contains all deprecated EC s see Table A 3 Each of the other 26 tables one table for each letter of the alphabet consists of EC s with the same first character of their ECL s Within each table the EC s are ordered alphabetically by the ECL 4 5 EDCS attributes 4 5 1 Dictionary entries This International Standard specifies an EDCS Attribute Dictionary Each entry in this dictionary is termed an EDCS attribute EA An EA identifies one aspect of the state of an environmental object and specifies how a value for that aspect can be provided The state of an environmental object therefore consists of the set of values for each of the aspects identified by its EA s Each EA has a type that determines the nature of the information represented by its values In this International Standard the type of an EA is called its EDCS attribute value type see Table 4 4 Within the scope of the EDCS Attribute Dictionary each EA shall have a unique concept definition a unique EDCS attribute label EAL a unique EDCS attribute code EAC and an EDCS attribute value type In addition each EA may have a reference type a reference supplemental references and figures The values of EA s whose EDCS attribute value type is REAL see Table 4 4 represent physical quantities see 3 2 21 If the EDCS attribute value type is REAL the EA shall have an associated EDCS unit equivalence class see 4 10 to characterize the physical quantity The EDCS attribute value types are specified Table 4 4 Table 4 4 EDCS attribute value types EDCS attribute value type Specification REAL A real value or a real value interval EDM INTEGER An integer or an integer interval EDM COUNT A cardinal number an ordinal number a cardinal number interval or an ordinal number interval EDM INDEX An integer used for identification ECS STRING A character string ECS CONSTRAINED STRING A STRING the format and or values of which are constrained by an associated scheme identifying the rules comprising the constraint KEY A STRING used for identification ECS ENUMERATION One of a finite set of mutually exclusive values ECS BOOLEAN An ENUMERATION with two values FALSE 1 and TRUE 2 representing the false and true values in a two valued logic system EDM NULL An ENUMERATION with one value NULL 1 representing no information The EDCS Attribute Dictionary is presented in 27 tables see Table 6 4 One table contains all deprecated EA s see Table A 4 Each of the other 26 tables one table for each letter of the alphabet consists of EA s with the same first character of their EAL s Within each table the EA s are ordered alphabetically by the EAL 4 5 2 Attribute instances When a value is assigned to an instance of an EA additional information may be required depending on the EDCS attribute value type of the EA An instance of an EA whose EDCS attribute value type is REAL shall have an EDCS unit see 4 8 that belongs to the EDCS unit equivalence class of that EA and an EDCS unit scale see 4 9 that specifies a power of ten or 2 10 that is a multiplicative scale factor for the value of the instance of that EA An instance of an EA whose EDCS attribute value type is STRING shall specify the language and or the country in whose context that language is to be interpreted for the characters composing the STRING see 9 2 5 4 An instance of an EA whose EDCS attribute value type is REAL INTEGER or COUNT shall have an associated EDCS numeric value type see Table 4 5 The EDCS numeric value type specifies whether the values of that instance are a single number or an interval of numbers The EDCS numeric value types are specified in Table 4 5 Table 4 5 EDCS numeric value types EDCS numeric value type Specification SINGLE VALUE A single value OPEN INTERVAL The bounded open interval a b GE LT INTERVAL The bounded interval a b GT LE INTERVAL The bounded interval a b CLOSED INTERVAL The bounded interval a b GT SEMI INTERVAL The unbounded interval a infinity GE SEMI INTERVAL The unbounded interval a infinity LT SEMI INTERVAL The unbounded interval infinity b LE SEMI INTERVAL The unbounded interval infinity b 4 6 EDCS attribute value characteristics This International Standard specifies an EDCS Attribute Value Characteristic Dictionary Each entry in this dictionary is termed an EDCS attribute value characteristic EV For the purpose of EV specifications an EA instance collection shall mean any user defined set collection list array hierarchy container or any other data structure of instances of a single EA entry If such a data structure contains instances of several EA s the EA of interest shall be identifiable An EV specifies information concerning a characteristic of an individual EA instance a characteristic common to each instance in an EA instance collection or a characteristic of the entirety of an EA instance collection rather than its individual member instances EV entries may be used for various purposes These purposes include providing indication that a usable value is not provided by an EA instance and to convey information about why the instance value is not usable information about an EA instance whose value is a number that cannot be directly represented qualitative information about the state of the value provided by an EA instance ancillary information about the EA instance or information concerning the entirety of an EA instance collection Within the scope of the EDCS Attribute Value Characteristic Dictionary each EV shall have a unique concept definition a unique EDCS attribute value characteristic label EVL a unique EDCS attribute value characteristic code EVC a specification of whether an EV instance is required to be assigned an EV value and a specification of the EDCS attribute value types to which it applies In addition each EV may have a reference type a reference and supplemental references The EDCS Attribute Value Characteristic Dictionary is presented in Tables 6 32 and 6 33 The information specified by EV s is either completely provided by the EV entry concept definition or by the combination of the concept definition and a value for the EV instance termed the EV value The requirement that an EV instance provide an EV value is determined by the EV entry concept definition An EV that requires an EV value provides according to the concept definition either ancillary information about the EA instance or information concerning the entirety of an EA instance collection For EV s that require an EV value if the EV value is of type REAL the EV instance is required to specify a SCALE and a UNIT and the EQ of the UNIT shall match the corresponding EA 4 7 EDCS attribute enumerants This International Standard specifies an EDCS Attribute Enumerant Dictionary Each entry in this dictionary is termed an EDCS attribute enumerant EE An EDCS Attribute Enumerant Dictionary entry specifies a member of the set of values of an EA whose EDCS attribute value type is ENUMERATION Within the scope of that EA each member of its set of EE s shall have a unique concept definition a unique EDCS attribute enumerant label EEL and a unique EDCS attribute enumerant code EEC In addition each EE may have a reference type a reference supplemental references and figures Since an EE is unique only within the scope of an EA its concept can only be interpreted in connection with the concept of the scoping EA The EDCS Attribute Enumerant Dictionary is presented in 27 tables see Table 6 35 One table contains all deprecated EE s see Table A 5 Each of the other 26 tables one table for each letter of the alphabet consists of EA s with the same first character of their EAL s however only EA s whose EDCS attribute value type is ENUMERATION are included The EA s are ordered alphabetically by their EAL s in each table with each EA followed by its associated EE s The EE s for each EA are presented in a natural order 4 8 EDCS units This International Standard specifies an EDCS Unit Dictionary Each entry in this dictionary is termed an EDCS unit EU An EDCS Unit Dictionary entry characterizes the values of physical quantities in conformance to the International System of Units SI as specified in ISO 80000 Where possible units of measure used in this International Standard are either taken from or derived from those specified in ISO 80000 Within the scope of the EDCS Unit Dictionary each EU shall have a unique concept definition a unique EDCS unit label EUL a unique EDCS unit code EUC a physical quantity and an EDCS unit equivalence class see 4 10 In addition each EU may have a symbol a reference type a reference and supplemental references The EDCS Unit Dictionary is presented in five tables two tables of EU s derived from SI see Table 7 5 and Table 7 6 one table of EU s outside the scope of SI see Table 7 7 and two tables of non SI EU s in common usage see Table 7 8 and Table 7 9 Any deprecated EU s will be placed in a table in A 6 Within each table the EU s are ordered alphabetically by the EUL 4 9 EDCS unit scales This International Standard specifies an EDCS Unit Scale Dictionary Each entry in this dictionary is termed an EDCS unit scale ES An EDCS Unit Scale Dictionary entry specifies a power of ten or 2 10 that is a multiplicative scale factor that is used in expressing the value of an instance of an EA Within the scope of the EDCS Unit Scale Dictionary each ES shall have a unique concept definition a unique EDCS unit scale label ESL a unique EDCS unit scale code ESC and a symbol In addition each ES may have a reference type a reference and supplemental references The EDCS Unit Scale Dictionary is presented in two tables with the ES s ordered by the value of the multiplicative constant scale factor see Table 7 9 and Table 7 10 4 10 EDCS unit equivalence classes This International Standard specifies an EDCS Unit Equivalence Class Dictionary Each entry in this dictionary is termed an EDCS unit equivalence class EQ An EDCS Unit Equivalence Class Dictionary entry is a set of EU s that characterize the same physical quantity Within the scope of the EDCS Unit Equivalence Class Dictionary each EQ shall have a unique concept definition a unique EDCS unit equivalence class label EQL a unique EDCS unit equivalence class code EQC and a set of EU members The EDCS Unit Equivalence Class Dictionary is presented in three tables ordered alphabetically by the EQL see Table 7 12 Within each table the EQ s are ordered alphabetically by the EQL 4 11 EDCS organizational schema This International Standard specifies an EDCS Organizational Schema Dictionary Each entry in this dictionary is termed an EDCS organizational schema EO An EDCS Organizational Schema Dictionary entry specifies an organizational schema consisting of a set of EG s see 4 12 Within the scope of the EDCS Organizational Schema Dictionary each EO shall have a unique concept definition a unique EDCS organizational schema label EOL and a unique EDCS organizational schema code EOC In addition each EO may have a reference type a reference and supplemental references The EDCS Organizational Schema Dictionary is presented in one table ordered alphabetically by the EOL see Table 8 4 4 12 EDCS groups This International Standard specifies an EDCS Group Dictionary Each entry in this dictionary is termed an EDCS group EG An EDCS Group Dictionary entry collects EC s and EA s based on a common context The EC s and EA s in an EG shall be called members of the EG Each EC and each EA may be a member of more than one EG Each EG shall be a member of exactly one EO No organization shall be required among the EG s in an EO The EG s either may or may not form a hierarchy When an EO has the property that each EC and each EA is a member of at least one EG in the EO the EO is called complete All EO s in this International Standard shall be complete Within the scope of each EO each member of its set of EGs shall have a unique concept definition a unique EDCS group label EGL and a unique EDCS group code EGC In addition each member of its set of EGs may have a reference type a reference and supplemental references The EDCS Group Dictionary is presented in one table with the EOs ordered alphabetically by EOL and with each EO followed by its member EGs see Table 8 6 The EGs for each EO are ordered alphabetically by the EGL 4 13 EDCS profiles To meet the requirements of many different applications the scope of this International Standard is broad A mechanism is needed to specify subsets and choose options that are tailored to particular purposes This International Standard specifies EDCS profiles for this purpose Each profile shall specify a subset of this International Standard and its registered concepts see 10 16 Within

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  • ISO/IEC 18025:2013(E) Annex D - References for EDCS attribute enumerants
    is grey The enumerant label reference type reference and supplemental references in the horizontal row that contains each EAL are presented in grey because these fields do not apply to the EA The alphabetical organization by EAL is reflected in the structure of Table D 1 Table D 1 References for EDCS attribute enumerants Table D 2 EEs for EAs with labels beginning with A Table D 15 EEs for EAs with labels beginning with N Table D 3 EEs for EAs with labels beginning with B Table D 16 EEs for EAs with labels beginning with O Table D 4 EEs for EAs with labels beginning with C Table D 17 EEs for EAs with labels beginning with P Table D 5 EEs for EAs with labels beginning with D Table D 18 EEs for EAs with labels beginning with Q Table D 6 EEs for EAs with labels beginning with E Table D 19 EEs for EAs with labels beginning with R Table D 7 EEs for EAs with labels beginning with F Table D 20 EEs for EAs with labels beginning with S Table D 8 EEs for EAs with labels beginning with G Table D 21

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  • ISO/IEC 18025:2013(E) EDCS classifications
    and in Tables B 2 through B 27 The specification of each field of an EDCS Classification Dictionary entry is presented in Table 5 3 The first four fields are presented in Tables 5 5 through 5 30 and in Table A 3 The label field and the last four fields are presented together in Tables B 2 through B 27 The ECL s in Tables 5 5 through 5 30 and Table A 3 are hyperlinked to the corresponding entries in Tables B 2 through B 27 Table 5 3 EDCS Classification Dictionary entry fields Field Specification Location Label The ECL for this EC see 4 3 2 Clause 5 and Annex A Concept definition The concept definition for this EC see 4 3 1 Clause 5 and Annex A Figures The illustrative figures for this EC see 4 3 5 Clause 5 and Annex A Code The ECC for this EC see 4 3 3 Clause 5 and Annex A Groups The EGLs of the EGs in EO GENERAL of which this EC is a member see 4 12 Annex B Reference type The EDCS reference type of this reference see 4 3 4 2 Annex B Reference The reference for this EC see 4 3 4 3 Annex B Supplemental references The supplemental references for this EC see 4 3 4 4 Annex B The EDCS Classification Dictionary entries are ordered alphabetically by the first letter of the ECL This presentation is reflected in the structure of Table 5 4 Table 5 4 EDCS Classification Dictionary tables Table 5 5 ECs with labels beginning with A Table 5 19 ECs with labels beginning with O Table 5 6 ECs with labels beginning with B Table 5 20 ECs with labels beginning with P Table 5 7 ECs

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  • ISO/IEC 18025:2013(E) Annex E - References for the EDCS groups in EO GENERAL
    is grey The group label reference type reference and supplemental references fields in the horizontal row that contains each EOL are presented in grey because these fields do not apply to the EO Table E 1 Groups and references for EDCS organizational schema Organizational schema label Group label Reference type Reference Supplemental references GENERAL ABSTRACT OBJECT ACOUSTIC PHENOMENON ADMINISTRATION AGRICULTURE AIR TRNSP AIRBORNE PARTICLE ALGORITHM RELATED ANGULAR MEASURE ANIMAL ATMOSPHERE

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