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  • ISO/IEC 18025:2013(E) Guidelines for registration and modification proposals
    definition does not change Non restrictive clauses shall be separated from the remainder of the concept definition by a comma If the reference type for an EDCS dictionary entry is either AR or PR the concept definition shall be derived from the definition of the cited concept in the referenced document In cases where the full definition in its entirety is too complex to repeat in this International Standard the concept definition may include See R R shall be a well formed citation see 10 5 2 of a concept in an external document This document shall be either listed in Clause 2 or specified in the registration proposal This International Standard uses the Shorter Oxford English Dictionary SOED as the dictionary for determining the meanings of words Specialized dictionaries may be used to determine the meaning of technical terms Such dictionaries shall be explicitly cited When a single word is used as a concept definition and that word can be used as more than one part of speech a noun definition shall be used unless otherwise stated The requirements specified in 10 5 4 for citations within the text of a concept definition shall be followed 10 3 Guidelines for dictionary entry labels The labels in this International Standard were created by applying the following set of guidelines Label proposals for EDCS dictionary entries shall conform to these guidelines A label shall be provided for each EDCS dictionary entry Labels shall be character strings Labels shall begin with an alphabetic character and therefore labels shall contain at least one character Labels shall contain only uppercase characters A Z numerals and the underscore character with two exceptions relational operators gt lt ge le eq and ne and the radix delimiter symbol r Labels shall not contain spaces Labels may be either a single word or may be composed of a series of components each of which is either a word or an abbreviation The underscore character shall be used to concatenate the components of a label Labels should be as short as possible while capturing either a commonly used descriptive word or phrase representative of the concept The length of a label shall not exceed fifty nine 59 characters To facilitate the direct use of labels in programming language bindings where there are restrictions on the length and uniqueness of symbolic constants the label and or the initial portion of the label shall be unique within the set of all EDCS dictionaries in the following manner EEL s shall be unique within the set of EEL s of the same EA EXAMPLE 1 The same label could also be used for an EE L of a different EA EGL s shall be unique within the set of EGL s of the same EO All other labels shall be unique within the set of labels of concepts in the same EDCS dictionary Within the set of EEL s of the same EA EEL s shall be unique in the first nineteen 19 characters Within the set of EGL s of the same EO EGL s shall be unique in the first nineteen 19 characters All other labels shall be unique in the first twenty seven 27 characters The components of a label shall be chosen according to the following guidelines The order of the components in a label shall be in the natural order in which the components are likely to be used within an English phrase Components of labels shall not be used with a different meaning from how that component is used elsewhere in either this International Standard or in previously registered EDCS dictionary entries Verbs articles conjunctions negations and prepositions shall not be used as components of a label except where required for clarity Abbreviations of words and phrases should only be used where necessary to meet the uniqueness criteria of labels When abbreviating if a word and or phrase to be abbreviated appears in Annex G the given abbreviation for that word and or phrase shall be used When abbreviating if a word and or phrase to be abbreviated does not appear in Annex G the proposed abbreviation should be consistent in style with those specified in Annex G if possible Abbreviations for words and phrases may be used as components of a label based on the following guidelines A single word or phrase if abbreviated shall have a single abbreviation If a word or phrase is abbreviated in one label it is not required to be abbreviated in other labels For each EA of EDCS attribute value type ENUMERATION abbreviations shall be used consistently across all labels within its set of EE s Either a word and or phrase is always abbreviated or it is never abbreviated within the set of EEs of that EA New abbreviations may be registered if necessary to create a label whose length meets the criteria defined in i and j in the first list in this subclause Such a new abbreviation shall be registered as part of the registration process for the entity being registered using the template for registration of abbreviations used in labels Jargon shall not be used An abbreviation in a label shall not be by itself a word with a different meaning than that of the word or phrase that it replaces EXAMPLE 2 The abbreviation LOST should not be used for the phrase Line of Sight Type Units of measure or abbreviations for units of measure shall not be used as components of labels with three exceptions labels of EU s labels of EE s and labels in which the unit of measure or its abbreviation is not used as a unit of measure such as either TESLA COIL or METRE STICK 10 4 Rules for assigning codes Codes not assigned in this International Standard are reserved for either future standardization or for registration Assigned codes include the codes assigned to deprecated concepts in Annex A Codes shall be assigned by the International Registration Authority for Items according to these rules Nothing should be assumed about the relationship among EDCS dictionary entries from the numerical relationships of their corresponding codes The numerical sequencing of codes does not impose any sequential ordering to the concepts denoted by those codes Signed integers are used to represent codes even though only positive integer values shall ever be assigned in either this International Standard or through registration This allows non positive integer values to be used experimentally in applications even though such use of non positive integer values is not in conformance to this International Standard The International Registration Authority for Items shall assign codes for entries in each EDCS dictionary in increasing order beginning at the first available positive integer value and skipping no positive integer value The International Registration Authority for Items shall coordinate the assignment of codes with future revisions of this International Standard to ensure that no code shall be assigned more than once by either standardization or registration 10 5 Guidelines for citations reference types references supplemental references and figures 10 5 1 Introduction Two broad types of references are recognized in International Standards The first broad type of reference is a normative reference ISOD2 Identified provisions of a normative reference are incorporated by reference not by inclusion and become part of the subject standard Therefore having a copy of the normative reference is indispensable for understanding and applying the subject standard 4 3 4 2 specifies two EDCS reference types that may be associated with normative references the authoritative reference AR and the prescriptive reference PR Normative references play a key role in ensuring the consistency of the body of International Standards by allowing work done by others to be reused without modification The second broad type of reference is an informative reference ISOD2 Identified provisions of an informative reference are cited as being either the source of or providing additional information about text in the subject standard but the identified provisions of the document are not themselves directly incorporated into the subject standard 4 3 4 2 specifies one EDCS reference type that may be associated with an informative reference the informative reference IR The reference type reference and supplemental references fields for the EDCS dictionaries EC EA EE EV and EG are specified in Annexes to this International Standard The reference type reference and supplemental references fields for the EDCS dictionaries EU ES EQ and EO are specified in the main body of this International Standard 10 5 2 Guidelines for citations References in this International Standard are specified by giving a citation to the appropriate portion of the referenced document The citations in this International Standard were created by applying the following set of guidelines Citation proposals specified for use in the reference field the supplemental references field or in the concept definition of EDCS dictionary entries shall conform to these guidelines Each citation shall consist of an identifier and an optional location enclosed in square brackets with the identifier listed first followed by a comma followed by the location The identifier specifies the referenced document and shall appear in either Clause 2 or the Bibliography and shall be specified within the proposal The location specifies the portion of the referenced document that is cited Whenever possible the location shall be specified in accordance with the requirements in ISOD2 When a referenced document lacks a clause structure the location may be specified in a convenient and natural format depending on the organization of the referenced document EXAMPLE 1 FACC Annex A AK120 EXAMPLE 2 S32 tidal basin If the reference is to a dictionary there are two alternative styles of citation If a dictionary entry contains a single part the format of the location shall be the name of the dictionary entry EXAMPLE 3 APDS Geiger counter If a dictionary entry contains multiple parts the format of the location shall include additional information In such cases the location in the citation shall be subdivided into two sub fields word or term and definition number The citation for such a dictionary reference shall be of the form identifier word or term definition number EXAMPLE 4 Since the concept ATTIC is defined to be identical to the SOED word or term attic with definition number B 2 the citation is SOED attic B 2 International standards published by ISO and IEC are cited differently from other references ISOD2 Citations to International Standards are not enclosed in square brackets and no identifier is used Instead the standard designation is given first and is optionally followed by the location within the International Standard if appropriate EXAMPLE 5 IEC 80000 6 2008 item 6 24 a All requirements specified in 4 3 4 shall be met 10 5 3 Guidelines for reference types The reference types in this International Standard were created by applying the following set of guidelines Reference type proposals for EDCS dictionary entries shall conform to these guidelines If the reference type field of an EDCS dictionary entry is not blank it shall contain exactly one of the three EDCS reference types AR PR or IR see Table 4 3 NOTE The EDCS Unit Equivalence Dictionary has no reference type reference or supplemental references fields If the reference field of an EDCS dictionary entry is not blank a reference type shall be provided to clarify the nature of the citation in the reference field If the concept was copied from and or is based on a concept defined in another specification is intended to represent the same concept as defined in that specification and the source specification is suitable for referencing from an International Standard the reference type shall be either AR or PR The current edition of ISOD2 may be consulted to determine if a specification is suitable for normative referencing from an International Standard If the source specification in c is not suitable for normative referencing the reference type shall be IR If the concept in c is not intended to be the same concept in the source document in c the reference type shall be IR An EE concept may be defined entirely by the use of an EC concept In this case no reference or reference type is necessary because the EDCS dictionary entry for the EC concept includes them This case is represented in this International Standard by presenting such fields in grey to signify that the reference and reference type are the same as those of the defining EC concept The requirements specified in 4 3 4 shall be met 10 5 4 Guidelines for references The references in this International Standard were created by applying the following set of guidelines Reference proposals for EDCS dictionary entries shall conform to these guidelines The primary source from which a concept in this International Standard was adapted shall be identified by the citation in the reference field of its EDCS dictionary entry The primary source from which a concept in this International Standard was copied if any shall be identified by citation in the concept definition field of its EDCS dictionary entry The reference field may be blank if and only if the proposed EDCS dictionary entry both represents a commonly understood concept and no reference documents were consulted in preparing the proposed EDCS dictionary entry The citation in the reference field is adequate to also give credit to the referenced document as the source of the concept definition The referenced document shall not be cited again within the text in the concept definition field itself The following guidelines apply to the use of the SOED as a reference The SOED may be used as the reference of reference type IR for an EDCS dictionary entry if and only if the SOED was the original source of the concept If the actual wording in the concept definition field for an EDCS dictionary entry was copied or adapted from an entry in the SOED the SOED shall be cited as the source within the text of the concept definition field No general purpose dictionary other than the SOED shall be used as a reference of reference type IR unless the SOED does not contain an acceptable definition for the concept In this case reference of reference type IR to another general purpose dictionary is acceptable The reference field shall contain only a single value If an EDCS dictionary entry was copied and or adapted from more than one source all sources shall be identified by providing a citation to the primary source in the reference field and citation s to all other sources within the text of the concept definition field itself Where possible references should be chosen from either Clause 2 or the Bibliography If no reference in either Clause 2 or the Bibliography is suitable a new reference may be specified The specification of the reference shall include both a short identifier for the reference and a full bibliographic entry formatted in conformance to the rules in ISO 690 2010 It may be determined that a new or replacement primary reference is needed for an existing or a registered item This can occur under one of the following conditions The reference field is blank and an authoritative reference that covers the concept is identified A reference is identified that is more authoritative than the existing reference and suitably covers the concept The current primary reference becomes unavailable and a new primary reference is needed The current primary reference becomes obsolete and a new version is available to replace the obsolete version This only applies if the reference citation contains a version identifier In these cases a new reference for an existing or a registered item may be registered The reference type shall follow the guidelines for reference type 10 5 3 The requirements specified in 4 3 4 shall be met 10 5 5 Guidelines for supplemental references The supplemental references in this International Standard were created by applying the following set of guidelines Supplemental reference proposals for EDCS dictionary entries shall conform to these guidelines Supplemental references are always informative Supplemental references are optional and need not be provided One or more supplemental references that give additional information useful for understanding an EDCS dictionary entry may be provided The reference see 4 3 4 3 for an EDCS dictionary entry always provides additional context for understanding that concept It shall not be repeated in the supplemental references field The requirements specified in 4 3 4 shall be met 10 5 6 Guidelines for figures Figures help to illustrate a concept The figures in this International Standard were selected by applying the following set of guidelines Figure proposals for EDCS dictionary entries shall conform to these guidelines Figures shall illustrate the concept with which they are associated Figures shall be in PNG or JPEG format Colour figures or images shall be readable if rendered as grey scale The figure s largest dimension shall not be greater than 512 pixels A narrative describing the image which may include other relevant information about the image for example granted permissions date location or other special data shall be provided if appropriate 10 6 Guidelines for ECs No additional guidelines shall apply to EC Dictionary entry proposals 10 7 Guidelines for EA s The EA Dictionary entries in this International Standard were created by applying the following set of additional guidelines EA Dictionary entry proposals shall conform to these guidelines If the EDCS attribute value type is ENUMERATION at least one EE corresponding to that EA shall also be registered If a set of EE s corresponding to the same EA is registered at the same time the EE s shall be listed in a natural order If the EDCS attribute value type is REAL and the EQ appropriate for the specification of the values of the EA is not previously defined in either this International Standard or by registration one EQ and one EU that is a member of that

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  • ISO/IEC 18025:2013(E) Annex J - Reference acknowledgements
    Civil Aviation Organization Annex 4 Aeronautical Charts 10th edition Montreal ICAO 2001 Incorporating Amendments 1 52 Document AN 4 Annex 11 Air Traffic Services 13th edition Montreal ICAO 2001 Incorporating Amendments 1 40 Document AN 11 Annex 11 Air Traffic Services Amendment 41 Applicable on 28 11 2002 Document AN 11 E 01 Annex 11 Air Traffic Services Amendment 42 Applicable on 27 11 2003 Document AN 11 E 03 Annex 14 Aerodromes Volume I Aerodromes Design and Operations 3rd edition Montreal ICAO 1999 Reprinted 2003 Incorporating Amendments 1 5 Document AN 14 1 and Annex 14 Aerodromes Volume II Heliports 2nd edition Montreal ICAO 1995 Reprinted 2002 Incorporating Amendments 1 and 2 Document AN 14 2 Materials used or derived from the following publication have been used with the permission of the University of Chicago Press Battan Louis J Radar Observations of the Atmosphere 1973 by The University of Chicago All rights reserved Materials used from the following were reproduced modified by permission of the American Geophysical Union Singer Howard J Siscoe George L and Song Paul editors Space Weather Washington American Geophysical Union 2001 ISBN 9780875909844 Materials used from the following were extracted with permission of ASTM International

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  • ISO/IEC 18025:2013(E) Conformance
    information coding specifications applications data models and exchange formats Let P be one of the profiles specified in 11 2 1 5 An information coding specification application data model or exchange format conforming to profile P shall Satisfy the provisions of 11 2 1 5 Use each EDCS dictionary entry utilized by the information coding specification application data model or exchange format to convey the concept as defined either in this International Standard or by registration Denote the concept for each dictionary entry used in the information coding specification application data model or exchange format using the corresponding EDCS label and or EDCS code as defined either in this International Standard or by registration For each EDCS attribute entry specified in profile P support the corresponding EDCS representation types allowed by profile P For each EDCS attribute value specified in profile P support each representation of that EDCS attribute value allowed by profile P Identify the EDCS profile s used in the information coding specification application data model or exchange format by providing the label and or code for each of the EDCS profile s 11 2 3 Conformance of generators and or readers of exchange formats 11 2 3 1 Introduction Generators and readers of exchange formats that use EDCS elements have different conformance requirements The different requirements for generators and readers are specified below 11 2 3 2 Conformance of generators of exchange formats Let P be one of the profiles specified in 11 2 1 5 An application that generates an exchange format that conforms to profile P shall Generate EDCS labels and or EDCS codes as specified in profile P Denote the concept of each EDCS dictionary entry in profile P used in the exchange format using either the corresponding EDCS label or EDCS code or both as defined either in this International Standard or by registration Satisfy any EDCS profile constraints defined in profile P For each EDCS attribute value specified in profile P support each representation of that EDCS attribute value allowed by profile P Generate only those EDCS representation types allowed by profile P Include the EDCS profile label and or EDCS profile code of each of the EDCS profile s used in the exchange format such that the readers of the exchange format can identify the profile 11 2 3 3 Conformance of readers of exchange formats Let P be one of the profiles specified in 11 2 1 5 An application that reads an exchange format that conforms to profile P shall Correctly interpret the concept for each EDCS dictionary entry in profile P given at least one of the corresponding EDCS labels and or EDCS codes defined either in this International Standard or by registration For each EDCS attribute value specified in profile P support each representation of that EDCS attribute value allowed by profile P Read each EDCS representation type allowed by profile P Read the EDCS profile label and or EDCS profile code used in the exchange format

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  • ISO/IEC 18025:2013(E) Bibliography
    2010 English French version Available from World Wide Web http www iho ohi net iho pubs bathy B 6 e4 EF Nov08 pdf Publication no B 6 S57A International Hydrographic Organization IHO IHO Transfer Standard for Digital Hydrographic Data Appendix A Object Catalogue Description of the Feature Coding Schema to be Used for Hydrographic Requirements Ed 3 1 Monaco IHO 2000 Special publication S 57 ISOD2 ISO IEC Directives Part 2 Rules for the structure and drafting of International Standards EDM Ito K editor Encyclopedic Dictionary of Mathematics 2nd ed Cambridge Massachusetts MIT Press 1993 ISBN 9780262590204 JAWA Jane s Information Group JIG Jane s All The World s Aircraft 2001 2002 92nd ed Coulsdon Surrey JIG 2001 ISBN 9780710623072 JMVL Jane s Information Group JIG Jane s Military Vehicles and Logistics 2004 2005 1st ed Coulsdon Surrey JIG 2004 ISBN 9780710626318 JWS Jane s Information Group JIG Jane s Strategic Weapon Systems 19th ed Coulsdon Surrey JIG 1988 ISBN 9780710608802 COA 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  • ISO/IEC 18025:2013(E) EDCS dictionary index
    I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Deprecated EAs EV Dictionary Individual EA instances Entirety of EA instance collections Deprecated EVs EE Dictionary A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Deprecated EEs EU Dictionary A L M Z Not in

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  • ISO/IEC 18041-4:2007(E)—Initial index
    6 Function definitions The Foreword provides background on the standards process for this part of ISO IEC 18041 The Introduction describes the purpose design criteria and characteristics of this part of ISO IEC 18041 The following clauses define this part of ISO IEC 18041 Scope defines the problem area that this part of ISO IEC 18041 addresses Normative references lists the normative references Concepts describes various fundamentals of this this

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  • ISO/IEC 18042-4:2006(E)--Foreword
    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 casting a vote Attention is drawn to the possibility

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  • ISO/IEC 18042-4:2006(E) -- 1 Scope
    SRM ISO IEC 18026 specifies a language independent application program interface API For integration into a programming language the SRM API is embedded in a language dependent layer obeying the particular conventions of that language This part of ISO IEC

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