This document specifies the omnidirectional media format for coding, storage, delivery and rendering of omnidirectional media, including video, images, audio and timed text. Omnidirectional image or video can contain graphics elements generated by computer graphics but encoded as image or video. Multiple viewpoints, each corresponding to an omnidirectional camera, are supported. The document also specifies storage and delivery of overlay images or video intended to be rendered over the omnidirectional background image or video.

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DTS/ESI-0019182-1

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This document specifies the syntax, semantics and decoding for visual volumetric media using video‑based coding methods. This document also specifies processes that can be needed for reconstruction of visual volumetric media, which can also include additional processes such as post‑decoding, pre-reconstruction, post‑reconstruction and adaptation.

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This document specifies immersive media metrics and the measurement framework. The immersive media metrics can be collected by service providers and used to enhance the immersive media quality and experiences. This document also includes a client reference model with observation and measurement points for collection of the metrics.

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This document specifies the assessment of conformance to ISO/IEC 15938-15 as well as the reference software.

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This document defines a test method to evaluate the interference rejection performance of tags covered by ISO/IECÂ 18000-63 and a heterogeneous wireless system using different access technologies, e.g. radio frequency identification and cell phone network. It specifies the general requirements and test requirements. The test method in this document makes it possible to compare the relative interference rejection performance among tags under a single wireless interference environment. In addition, this document can be used in a benchmarking test according to requirements in a given application or service.

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The present document provides an overview of the Recommendation ITU-T X.509 | ISO/IEC 9594-8 [i.3] based
certificate profiles and the statements for EU Qualified Certificates specified in other parts of ETSI EN 319 412 ([i.4] to
[i.7]). It specifies common data structures that are referenced from other parts of ETSI EN 319 412 ([i.4] to [i.7]).
The profiles specified in this multi-part deliverable aim to support both the Regulation (EU) No 910/2014 [i.9] and use
of certificates in a wider international context. Within the European context, it aims to support both EU Qualified
Certificates and other forms of certificate.

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The present document specifies generally applicable policy and security requirements for Trust Service Providers
(TSPs) issuing public key certificates, including trusted web site certificates.
The policy and security requirements are defined in terms of requirements for the issuance, maintenance and life-cycle
management of certificates. These policy and security requirements support several reference certificate policies,
defined in clauses 4 and 5.
A framework for the definition of policy requirements for TSPs issuing certificates in a specific context where
particular requirements apply is defined in clause 7.
The present document covers requirements for CA hierarchies, however this is limited to supporting the policies as
specified in the present document. It does not include requirements for root CAs and intermediate CAs for other
purposes.
The present document is applicable to:
• the general requirements of certification in support of cryptographic mechanisms, including digital signatures
for electronic signatures and seals;
• the general requirements of certification authorities issuing TLS/SSL certificates;
• the general requirements of the use of cryptography for authentication and encryption.
The present document does not specify how the requirements identified can be assessed by an independent party,
including requirements for information to be made available to such independent assessors, or requirements on such
assessors.
NOTE: See ETSI EN 319 403 [i.2] for guidance on assessment of TSP's processes and services. The present
document references ETSI EN 319 401 [8] for general policy requirements common to all classes of
TSP's services.
The present document includes provisions consistent with the requirements from the CA/Browser Forum in EVCG [4]
and BRG [5].

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The present document specifies policy and security requirements for the issuance, maintenance and life-cycle
management of EU qualified certificates as defined in Regulation (EU) No 910/2014 [i.1]. These policy and security
requirements support reference certificate policies for the issuance, maintenance and life-cycle management of EU
qualified certificates issued to natural persons (including natural persons associated with a legal person or a website)
and to legal persons (including legal persons associated with a website), respectively.
The present document does not specify how the requirements identified can be assessed by an independent party,
including requirements for information to be made available to such independent assessors, or requirements on such
assessors.
NOTE: See ETSI EN 319 403 [i.6] for guidance on assessment of TSP's processes and services. The present
document references ETSI EN 319 411-1 [2] for general requirements on TSP issuing certificates.

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The present document specifies general policy requirements relating to Trust Service Providers (TSPs) that are
independent of the type of TSP. It defines policy requirements on the operation and management practices of TSPs.
Other specifications refine and extend these requirements as applicable to particular forms of TSP. The present
document does not specify how the requirements identified can be assessed by an independent party, including
requirements for information to be made available to such independent assessors, or requirements on such assessors.
NOTE: See ETSI EN 319 403 [i.6] for details about requirements for conformity assessment bodies assessing
Trust Service Providers.

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This document describes common industry representation practices for the usage of video signal type code points, as these properties are conveyed across video content production and distribution carriage systems.

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This document provides general information about coding efficiency measurement practices for video coding. This document does not provide recommendations for evaluating video quality; it describes the practices that have recently been followed for coding efficiency experiments conducted during work to develop video coding standards.

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This document specifies a series of interfaces to allow disparate systems an interoperable management of image repositories. It also specifies the general rules which govern the usage of metadata in JPSearch and provides a specification which provides rules for the representation of image metadata descriptions, consisting of the definition of the JPSearch Core Metadata Schema, provides rules for the publication of machine-readable translations between metadata terms belonging to proprietary metadata schemas and metadata terms in the JPSearch Core Metadata Schema, and provides rules for the registration and request of metadata schemas and its translation rules or links to them. JPSearch is an extensible standard. The method of extending the structures and rules beyond the JPSearch Core Metadata Schema is provided in this document.

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This document specifies a coded codestream format for storage of light field modalities as well as associated metadata descriptors that are light field modality specific. This document also provides information on the encoding tools.

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IEC 61937-15:2021 describes the method to convey non-linear PCM bit streams in accordance with the Auro-Cx format.

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This document specifies a video coding technology known as versatile video coding (VVC), comprising a video coding technology with a compression capability that is substantially beyond that of the prior generations of such standards and with sufficient versatility for effective use in a broad range of applications. Only the syntax format, semantics, and associated decoding process requirements are specified, while other matters such as pre-processing, the encoding process, system signalling and multiplexing, data loss recovery, post-processing, and video display are considered to be outside the scope of this document. Additionally, the internal processing steps performed within a decoder are also considered to be outside the scope of this document; only the externally observable output behaviour is required to conform to the specifications of this document. This document is designed to be generic in the sense that it serves a wide range of applications, bit rates, resolutions, qualities and services. Applications include, but are not limited to, video coding for digital storage media, television broadcasting and real-time communication. In the course of creating This document, various requirements from typical applications have been considered, necessary algorithmic elements have been developed, and these have been integrated into a single syntax. Hence, this document is designed to facilitate video data interchange among different applications.

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This document describes the AS4 Profile, which provides a subset of the functionality of ISO 15000‑1:2021, along with implementation guidelines based on the "just-enough" design principles and electronic data interchange functional requirements to trim down ISO 15000-1:2021 into a more simplified specification for web services business-to-business messaging. It specifies: - three conformance profiles of ISO 15000-1:2021 (see Clause 4); - a number of AS4 additional features (see Clause 5); - complementary requirements for the AS4 multi-hop profile (see Clause 6); - AS4 usage profile of ISO 15000-1:2021 (see Clause 7); - definitions of conformance (see Clause 8). Annex A provides some sample messages to support implementation. Annex B provides a sample XSLT stylesheet to generate an AS4 receipt. This document is applicable to all types of organizations (e.g., commercial enterprises, government agencies, not-for-profit organizations) that exchange documents or data electronically using messaging.

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This document provides a communication-protocol neutral method for exchanging electronic business messages. It defines specific enveloping constructs supporting reliable, secure delivery of business information. Furthermore, this document defines a flexible enveloping technique, permitting messages to contain payloads of any format type. It specifies each of the following: ? Messaging model ? Message pulling and partitioning ? Processing modes ? Message packaging ? Error handling ? Security module ? Reliable messaging module This document is applicable to all types of organizations (e.g., commercial enterprises, government agencies, not-for-profit organizations) that exchange documents or data electronically using messaging.

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This document specifies the syntax and semantics of video usability information (VUI) parameters and supplemental enhancement information (SEI) messages. The VUI parameters and SEI messages defined in this document are designed to be conveyed within coded video bitstreams in a manner specified in a video coding specification or to be conveyed by other means determined by the specifications for systems that make use of such coded video bitstreams. This document is particularly intended for use with coded video bitstreams as specified by Rec. ITU‑T H.266 | ISO/IEC 23090-3, although it can also be used with other types of coded video bitstreams. VUI parameters and SEI messages can assist in processes related to decoding, display or other purposes. However, unless otherwise specified in a referencing specification, the interpretation and use of the VUI parameters and SEI messages specified in this document is not a required functionality of a video decoder or receiving video system. Although semantics are specified for the VUI parameters and SEI messages, decoders and receiving video systems can simply ignore the content of the VUI parameters and SEI messages or can use them in a manner that somewhat differs from what is specified in this document.

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The RFID tag location, tag data content and functional requirements have been developed for application on the main line railway networks. Other networks (such as metro) may apply this standard but are outside of its scope.
This document contains:
-   a description of the RFID tag installation location;
-   a description of the RFID tag data content;
-   a description of the functional requirements in relation to the RFID tag track side reading performance.

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This document describes the reference software and conformance suite for the file format documents in MPEG-4 and MPEG-H. Since these documents share a lot of technology, their reference software and conformance program are being handled together. These documents are: ISO/IEC 14496-12, ISO/IEC 14496-14, ISO/IEC 14496-15, ISO/IEC 14496-30 and ISO/IEC 23008-12. The purpose of the conformance suite is to cover the set of valid features that can be exercised in the file format. Media conformance is not covered, though of course in order to exercise the file format features, media will be stored.

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This document defines the following. — A reference comparison method. This method is applicable to two character strings to determine their collating order in a sorted list. The method can be applied to strings containing characters from the full repertoire of ISO/IEC 10646. This method is also applicable to subsets of that repertoire, such as those of the different ISO/IEC 8-bit standard character sets, or any other character set, standardized or not, to produce ordering results valid (after tailoring) for a given set of languages for each script. This method uses collation tables derived either from the Common Template Table defined in this document or from one of its tailorings. This method provides a reference format. The format is described using the Backus-Naur Form (BNF). This format is used to describe the Common Template Table. The format is used normatively within this document. — A Common Template Table. A given tailoring of the Common Template Table is used by the reference comparison method. The Common Template Table describes an order for all characters encoded in the Unicode 13.0 standard,[27] included in ISO/IEC 10646:2020. It allows for a specification of a fully deterministic ordering. This table enables the specification of a string ordering adapted to local ordering rules, without requiring an implementer to have knowledge of all the different scripts already encoded in the Universal Coded Character Set (UCS). NOTE 1 This Common Template Table is to be modified to suit the needs of a local environment. The main worldwide benefit is that, for other scripts, often no modification is required and the order will remain as consistent as possible and predictable from an international point of view. NOTE 2 The character repertoire used in this document is equivalent to that of the Unicode Standard version 13.0[27]. — A reference name. The reference name refers to this particular version of the Common Template Table, for use as a reference when tailoring. In particular, this name implies that the table is linked to a particular stage of development of the ISO/IEC 10646 Universal coded character set. — Requirements for a declaration of the differences (delta) between the collation table and the Common Template Table. This document does not mandate the following. — A specific comparison method; any equivalent method giving the same results is acceptable. — A specific format for describing or tailoring tables in a given implementation. — Specific symbols to be used by implementations, except for the name of the Common Template Table. — Any specific user interface for choosing options. — Any specific internal format for intermediate keys used when comparing, nor for the table used. The use of numeric keys is not mandated either. — A context-dependent ordering. — Any particular preparation of character strings prior to comparison. NOTE 1 It is normally necessary to do preparation of character strings prior to comparison even if it is not prescribed by this document (see Annex C). NOTE 2 Annex D describes problems that gave way to this International Standard with their anticipated solutions.

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This document ? specifies the architecture of the UCS; ? defines terms used for the UCS; ? describes the general structure of the UCS codespace; ? specifies the assigned planes of the UCS: the Basic Multilingual Plane (BMP) of the UCS, the Supplementary Multilingual Plane (SMP), the Supplementary Ideographic Plane (SIP), the Tertiary Ideographic Plane (TIP), and the Supplementary Special-purpose Plane (SSP); ? defines a set of graphic characters used in scripts and the written form of languages on a world-wide scale; ? specifies the names for the graphic characters and format characters of the BMP, SMP, SIP, TIP, SSP and their coded representations within the UCS codespace; ? specifies the coded representations for control characters and private use characters; ? specifies three encoding forms of the UCS: UTF-8, UTF-16, and UTF-32; ? specifies seven encoding schemes of the UCS: UTF-8, UTF-16, UTF-16BE, UTF-16LE, UTF-32, UTF-32BE, and UTF-32LE; ? specifies the management of future additions to this coded character set. NOTE The determination of suitability of these characters for use as identifiers in programming languages is not specified by this document but can be found in an external reference. See Annex U.

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The network-based media processing (NBMP) framework defines the interfaces including both data formats and application programming interfaces (APIs) among the entities connected through digital networks for media processing. Users can access and configure their operations remotely for efficient, intelligent processing. This document describes and manages workflows to be applied to the media data. This process includes uploading of media data to the network, instantiation of the media processing tasks, and configuration of the tasks. The framework enables dynamic creation of media processing pipelines, as well as access to processed media data and metadata in real-time or in a deferred way. The media and metadata formats used between the media source, workflow manager and media processing entities in a media processing pipeline are also specified.

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This document specifies advanced video coding for coding of audio-visual objects

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This document specifies the ISO base media file format, which is a general format forming the basis for a number of other more specific file formats. This format contains the timing, structure, and media information for timed sequences of media data, such as audio-visual presentations.

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This document provides guidance for implementing and deploying systems based on ISO/IEC 23008‑1.

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This document is an engineering document intended for verifier manufacturers and application specification developers. This document describes modifications to the symbol quality methodology defined in ISO/IEC 15415 and a symbology specification. It defines alternative illumination conditions, some new terms and parameters, modifications to the measurement and subsequent grading of certain parameters and the reporting of the grading results. This document was developed to assess the symbol quality of direct marked parts, where the mark is applied directly to the surface of the item and the reading device is a two-dimensional imager. When application specifications allow, this method is also potentially applicable to symbols produced by other methods. This is appropriate when direct part marked (DPM) symbols and non-DPM symbols are being scanned in the same scanning environment. The symbol grade is reported as a DPM grade rather than as an ISO/IEC 15415 grade.

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This document specifies the design and use of the RFID Emblem: an easily identified visual guide that indicates the presence of radio frequency identification (RFID). It does not address the location of the RFID Emblem on a label. Specific placement requirements are left to application standards developers. This document also specifies an RFID Index, which can be included in the RFID Emblem and which addresses the complication added by the wide range of RFID tags in existence (frequency, protocol and data structure). The RFID Index is a two-character code that provides specific information about tags and interrogators. Successful reading of RFID tags requires knowledge of the frequency, protocol and data structure information provided by the RFID Index.

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This document provides guidelines on identification and labelling of medicinal products from the point
of manufacture of packaged medicinal product to the point of dispensing the product.
This document outlines best practice for AIDC barcoding solutions for applications. Users can, however,
consider the coding interoperability requirements for other AIDC technologies, e.g. Radio Frequency
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This document specifies methods for generating and testing prime numbers as required in cryptographic protocols and algorithms. Firstly, this document specifies methods for testing whether a given number is prime. The testing methods included in this document are divided into two groups: — probabilistic primality tests, which have a small error probability. All probabilistic tests described here can declare a composite to be a prime; — deterministic methods, which are guaranteed to give the right verdict. These methods use so-called primality certificates. Secondly, this document specifies methods to generate prime numbers. Again, both probabilistic and deterministic methods are presented. NOTE It is possible that readers with a background in algorithm theory have already had previous encounters with probabilistic and deterministic algorithms. The deterministic methods in this document internally still make use of random bits (to be generated via methods described in ISO/IEC 18031), and "deterministic" only refers to the fact that the output is correct with probability one. Annex A provides error probabilities that are utilized by the Miller-Rabin primality test. Annex B describes variants of the methods for generating primes so that particular cryptographic requirements can be met. Annex C defines primitives utilized by the prime generation and verification methods.

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This document specifies a set of test procedures designed to verify whether bitstreams and decoders meet requirements specified in ISO/IEC 23092-1 and ISO/IEC 23092-2. Procedures are described for testing conformity of bitstreams and decoders to the requirements that are fully determined in ISO/IEC 23092-1 and ISO/IEC 23092-2. This document identifies those requirements, associates them to functionality under test and defines how conformity with them can be tested. Test bitstreams implemented according to those functionalities are provided in electronic form.

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This document specifies a video coding technology known as essential video coding (EVC), which contains syntax format, semantics and an associated decoding process. The decoding process is designed to guarantee that all EVC decoders conform to a specified combination of capabilities known as the profile, level and toolset. Any decoding process that produces identical cropped decoded output pictures to those produced by the described process is considered to be in conformance with the requirements of this document. This document is designed to cover a wide range of application, including but not limited to digital storage media, television broadcasting and real-time communications.

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This document specifies genomic information representation reference software, referred to as the genomic model (GM). This decoding software is provided to assess conformance to the requirements of ISO/IEC 23092-1 and ISO/IEC 23092-2.

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This document defines test methods for performance characteristics of RFID tags for item management and specifies the general requirements and test requirements for tags which are applicable to the selection of devices for an application. The summary of the test reports forms a unified tag datasheet.

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This document specifies the metamodel that provides a facility to register administrative and evolution information related to ontologies. The metamodel is intended to promote interoperability among application systems, by providing administrative and evolution information related to ontologies, accompanied with standardized ontology repositories that register ontologies themselves in specific languages. This document does not specify the metamodels of ontologies expressed in specific languages and the mappings among them.

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This document specifies data formats for both transport and storage of genomic information, including the conversion process.

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This document provides specifications for the representation of the following types of genomic information: — unaligned sequencing reads including read identifiers and quality values; — aligned sequencing reads including read identifiers and quality values; — reference sequences.

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This document contains the reference software of the ISO/IEC 21122 series. It acts as a guideline for implementation and as a reference for conformance testing.

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This document specifies and publishes registered Common Biometric Exchange Formats Framework (CBEFF) patron formats defined by the CBEFF patron ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 37, and specifies their registered CBEFF patron format types (see ISO/IEC 19785-1) and resulting full ASN.1 OIDs.

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This document specifies a file format for interchanging audio data between compliant
equipment. It is primarily intended for audio applications in professional recording, production,
post-production, and archiving.
It is derived from the AES31-2 [2] but is also compatible with variant specifications including
EBU Tech 3285 [3] to [10], ITU-R BR.1352-3-2007 [11] to [14], and the Japan Post Production
Association's BWF-J [15].
This document contains the specification of the broadcast audio extension chunk and its use
with PCM-coded audio data. Basic information on the RIFF format and how it can be extended
to other types of audio data is given in Annex E. Details of the PCM WAVE format are also
given in Annex A.
An optional extended format, BWF-E, supports 64-bit addressing to permit file sizes greater
than 4 GB.

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