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 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 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 specifies information metadata, auxiliary fields, SAM interoperability, protection metadata and programming interfaces of genomic information. It defines: — metadata storage and interpretation for the different encapsulation levels as specified in ISO/IEC 23092-1 (in Clause 6); — protection elements providing confidentiality, integrity and privacy rules at the different encapsulation levels specified in ISO/IEC 23092-1 (in Clause 7); — how to associate auxiliary fields to encoded reads (in Clause 8); — mechanisms for backward compatibility with existing SAM content, and exportation to this format (in Annex C); — interfaces to access genomic information coded in compliance with ISO/IEC 23092-1 and ISO/IEC 23092-2 (in subclause 8.1).

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

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This document establishes a coding system to achieve identification of any small craft in terms of:
— identification code of the country of the manufacturer of the craft;
— identification code of the manufacturer;
— serial number;
— month and year of manufacture;
— model year.
It applies to small craft of all types and materials, of hull length, LH, up to 24 m.

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IEC 62919:2017(E) specifies the requirements, protocol and the data format to visualize personal content saved on various devices, such as mobile phones, music players, personal computers, hard disk recorders and e-book devices. It also specifies methods for gathering information of digital content saved on personal devices and shared within a group, and to extract the gathered information by a uniform application interface.

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IEC 62919:2017(E) specifies the requirements, protocol and the data format to visualize personal content saved on various devices, such as mobile phones, music players, personal computers, hard disk recorders and e-book devices. It also specifies methods for gathering information of digital content saved on personal devices and shared within a group, and to extract the gathered information by a uniform application interface.

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This part of IEC 62056 specifies the overall structure of the OBject Identification System
(OBIS) and the mapping of all commonly used data items in metering equipment to their
identification codes.
OBIS provides a unique identifier for all data within the metering equipment, including not only
measurement values, but also abstract values used for configuration or obtaining information
about the behaviour of the metering equipment. The ID codes defined in this document are
used for the identification of:
• logical names of the various instances of the ICs, or objects, as defined in IEC 62056-6-2;
• data transmitted through communication lines;
• data displayed on the metering equipment, see Clause A.2.
This document applies to all types of metering equipment, such as fully integrated meters,
modular meters, tariff attachments, data concentrators, etc.
To cover metering equipment measuring energy types other than electricity, combined
metering equipment measuring more than one type of energy or metering equipment with
several physical measurement channels, the concepts of medium and channels are
introduced. This allows meter data originating from different sources to be identified. While
this document fully defines the structure of the identification system for other media, the
mapping of non-electrical energy related data items to ID codes is completed separately.
NOTE EN 13757-1:2014 defines identifiers for metering equipment other than electricity: heat cost allocators,
thermal energy, gas, cold water and hot water.

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IEC 62919:2017 specifies the requirements, protocol and the data format to visualize personal content saved on various devices, such as mobile phones, music players, personal computers, hard disk recorders and e-book devices. It also specifies methods for gathering information of digital content saved on personal devices and shared within a group, and to extract the gathered information by a uniform application interface.

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IEC 61987-16:2016 provides an - operating list of properties (OLOP) for the description of the operating parameters and the collection of requirements for a density measuring equipment, and - device lists of properties (DLOP) for a range of density measuring equipment types describing them. The structures of the OLOP and the DLOP correspond with the general structures defined in IEC 61987-11 and agree with the fundamentals for the construction of LOPs defined in IEC 61987-10.

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IEC 61987-16:2016 provides an
- operating list of properties (OLOP) for the description of the operating parameters and the collection of requirements for a density measuring equipment, and
- device lists of properties (DLOP) for a range of density measuring equipment types describing them.
The structures of the OLOP and the DLOP correspond with the general structures defined in IEC 61987-11 and agree with the fundamentals for the construction of LOPs defined in IEC 61987-10.

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This part of ISO 28560 defines rules for ISO 28560-1 data elements to be encoded in radio frequency
identification (RFID) tags with a memory structure that is partitioned into four memory banks. This
primarily applies to ISO/IEC 18000-63 (previously known as ISO/IEC 18000-6 Type C) operating in the
UHF frequency, but not necessarily restricted to this technology.
The rules for encoding a subset of data elements taken from the total set of data elements defined in
ISO 28560-1 are based on ISO/IEC 15962, which uses an object identifier structure to identify data
elements. This part of ISO 28560 defines the rules for encoding a unique item identifier in a specific
memory bank, known as MB 01, taking into account different requirements for privacy. It also defines
the rules for encoding other relevant data in a separate memory bank, known as MB 11. Each of these
memory banks is addressable using different command set of the appropriate RFID technology.
As with other parts of ISO 28560, this part of ISO 28560 is appropriate for the needs of all types of
libraries (including academic, public, corporate, special, and school libraries).
This part of ISO 28560 provides essential standards-based information about RFID in libraries. A source
of additional information about implementation issues is provided in Annex A.

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This part of the Technical Specification defines the representation of ID-tags as a 62-position bar-no-bar code (BNB-62) printed in fluorescent ink in area R1 on the reverse side of items. BNB-62 encoding is one of two encoding specifications supported by this Technical Specification 3) for the printing of ID-tags in area R1, the other being BNB-78, which is specified in CEN/TS 15844-2. NOTE 1 Representation in the form of a 4-state code printed on the front of the item is covered in CEN/TS 15844-4 for flats and CEN/TS 15844-5 for small letters. BNB-62 encoding is authorised for use only by three issuers: An Post (Ireland), Canada Post and USPS. It should be encountered, on incoming items, only on mail items which originated in Canada, Ireland or the United States. Other issuers wishing to apply ID-tags in area R1 are required to use the BNB-78 encoding defined in CEN/TS 15844-2. NOTE 2 ID-tags encoded in area R1 are required by article RL 123 of the UPU Letter Post Regulations [2] to be compliant with UPU standard S18 – and by this with the related CEN/TS 15844. This supports only two encodings in area R1, namely BNB-78 as defined in CEN/TS 15844-2 and BNB-62 as defined herein. The latter is authorised for continued use only by the three issuers mentioned above. Where ID-tags are used, and are applied in area R1 on the reverse side of letter mail items of size up to and including C5, the use of BNB-78 encoding is mandatory for all other issuers. NOTE 3 BNB-62 encoding is not considered suitable for use on flats. CEN/TS 15844-4 defines a 4-state encoding which may be used for this purpose.

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This Technical Specification defines the information content, structure and possible printed representations of the S18 ID-tag. This is an identifier for individual mail items which:
-is globally unique;
-can be applied to any item which is not already ID-tagged by any postal administration (or other issuer) which previously processed the item; NOTE 1 The S18 ID-tag provides a standard means of ID-tagging which can be applied on a world-wide basis, allowing inter-administration mail items to be encoded without risk of disruption of the automated system of the delivery post. It may be applied to any size of item.
-can be read, with a high degree of reliability, by any postal handling organisation possessing appropriate equipment. NOTE 2 ID-tags are encoded on items using a bar code symbology. As with any other form of bar code, poor quality printing, ink smudging, damage to the item, etc., can result in read errors. The S18 ID-tag encoding specifications incorporate an error protection mechanism to allow detection and correction of a large proportion of such errors. The S18 ID-tag defined in this Technical Specification may be placed on items so that, in subsequent processing, individual items can be recognised and associated with computer-based information relating to the item concerned. NOTE 3 Items need not be ID-tagged if this is not required for processing purposes, though it is anticipated that the use made of ID-tagging will increase. Examples of ID-tag applications are given in Clause 7. Whilst being generally applicable to domestic mail, the specification has been designed to allow the encoding
of cross-border mail and to support its application in the automated processing of such mail. NOTE 4 UPU regulations prevent the encoding of information on the bottom 15 mm strip on the front of international letter mail. This Technical Specification has been designed to avoid the possibility of incompatibilities between ID-tag implementations and explicitly allows and encourages the application of S18 ID-tags, in area R1, on the reverse side of items. This will enable exchange of data about the items and use of these data for automated processing. For example, the origin post might send an encoded or video image electronic copy of item delivery address blocks to the delivery post, enabling the latter to more efficiently process received items. Similarly, the delivery post might return time-of-processing data to the origin post, enabling it to monitor delivery service quality more closely. A key purpose of the specification is to allow information about items to be exchanged between postal handling organisations. Such exchange will take place through the electronic communication of messages (e.g. EDI messages), or through the exchange of computer files. NOTE 5 The detailed requirements, content and usage procedures for these messages or files are/will be defined in other standards, which use the S18 ID-tag as the means of associating information with the item concerned. NOTE 6 The information content of S18 ID-tags may include specification of the time at and facility or domain in which the S18 ID-tag was applied. A receiving facility can therefore calculate the elapsed delay to which the item has been subjected, and can relate this to expected delays between the two facilities. This allows easy measurement of transit will improve the diagnosis of problems and is expected to lead to an improvement in delivery service quality. The specification should be applied in all cases in which ID-tags are placed in area R1 on the reverse side of letter mail items of size up to and including C5.

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This part of the Technical Specification defines the representation of ID-tags as a Postal-4i symbology 4-state bar code printed on the front side of small letters. Postal-4i symbology 4-state encoding is the only encoding specification supported by this Technical Specification 3) for the printing of ID-tags on the front of items. NOTE Representation in the form of fluorescent BNB bar codes printed on the reverse side of small letters (not flats) is covered in CEN/TS 15844-2 and CEN/TS 15844-3.

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This International Standard specifies the minimal characteristics of a categorial structure for terminological systems of surgical procedures and the minimal domain constraints to support interoperability, comparability and the exchange of meaningful information on surgical procedures, independently of the language, insofar as the significant differences are specified by the system.

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IEC 62243:2012(E) defines formal specifications for supporting system diagnosis. These specifications support the exchange and processing of diagnostic information and the control of diagnostic processes. Diagnostic processes include, but are not limited to, testability analysis, diagnosability assessment, diagnostic reasoning, maintenance support, and diagnostic maturation.

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2011-04-19 EMA: Draft for // final vote received in ISO/CS (see notification of 2011-04-18 in dataservice).

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IEC 62636:2009(E) provides guidelines for implemention of the digital rights permission code. It gives examples of fixed length permission codes derived from restricted code length profiling by using 23 specific usage scenarios to profile the variable-length digital rights permission code defined in IEC 62227 as fixed length digital rights permission code.

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This part of ISO 6360 specifies the code numbers for specific characteristics of root-canal instruments. This three digit number appears in the locations 10 to 12 of the 15-digit overall number and forms the fourth group of three digits in the 15-digit overall number, the principles of which are explained in ISO 6360-1 and ISO 6360-2.

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This part of ISO 6360 specifies the code numbers for specific characteristics of mandrels and special instruments such as bone cutters, implant burs, trephines, wax scrapers and polishers. This three-digit number forms the fourth group of three digits in the 15-digit overall number, the principles of which are explained in ISO 6360-1 and ISO 6360-2.

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This part of ISO 6360 specifies the code numbers for specific characteristics of burs, finishing burs, cutters and surgical instruments, which refer to the type of toothing on the working part of the instrument. This three digit number appears in the locations 10 to 12 of the 15-digit overall number and forms the fourth group of three digits in the 15-digit overall number, the principles of which are explained in ISO 6360-1 and 6360-2.

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This European Standard specifies a procedure for the registration of coding schemes used in health for any purpose. It also specifies the allocation of a unique Health Coding Scheme Designator to each registered coding scheme. A code value can thus be given an unambiguous meaning by association with a HCD.
The method by which a HCD and a code value are associated is not defined by this European Standard. The association is achieved in any manner appropriate to the syntax used.
This European Standard does not specify the coding schemes to be used in health, give guidance on their selection nor describe methods of representing information in coded form.
Coding schemes maintained by different Responsible Organisations may also be used in combinations. Such combinations can be considered as templates, and as such they lie outside the scope of the current document.

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Migrated from Progress Sheet (TC Comment) (2000-07-10): Revision of EN 26360-2:1991 ++ VA/ISO removed because project deleted at ISO level (CC/020415) ++ Will be processed to a // FDIS/FV after PQ (catching-up) (NT/021001).

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VA/ISO removed because project deleted at ISO level (CC/020415) ++ Will be processed to a // FDIS/FV after PQ (catching-up) (NT/021001).

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A reference configuration of the transmission chain is shown in GSM 05 .01. According to this reference configuration, this technical specifi cation specifies the data blocks given to the encryption unit. It includes the specification of encoding, reordering, interleaving an d the stealing flag. It does not specify the channel decoding method. The definition is given for each kind of logical channel, starting fro m the data provided to the channel encoder by the speech coder, the da ta terminal equipment, or the controller of the MS or BS. The definiti ons of the logical channel types used in this technical specification are given in GSM 05.02, a summary is in annex 1.

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Strategic CRs A012 to GSM 05.03 v.4.4.0

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A reference configuration of the transmission chain is shown in GSM 05 .01. According to this reference configuration, this technical specifi cation specifies the data blocks given to the encryption unit. It includes the specification of encoding, reordering, interleaving an d the stealing flag. It does not specify the channel decoding method. The definition is given for each kind of logical channel, starting fro m the data provided to the channel encoder by the speech coder, the da ta terminal equipment, or the controller of the MS or BS. The definiti ons of the logical channel types used in this technical specification are given in GSM 05.02, a summary is in annex 1.

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A reference configuration of the transmission chain is shown in GSM 05 .01. According to this reference configuration, this technical specifi cation specifies the data blocks given to the encryption unit. It includes the specification of encoding, reordering, interleaving an d the stealing flag. It does not specify the channel decoding method. The definition is given for each kind of logical channel, starting fro m the data provided to the channel encoder by the speech coder, the da ta terminal equipment, or the controller of the MS or BS. The definiti ons of the logical channel types used in this technical specification are given in GSM 05.02, a summary is in annex 1.

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A reference configuration of the transmission chain is shown in GSM 05 .01. According to this reference configuration, this technical specifi cation specifies the data blocks given to the encryption unit. It includes the specification of encoding, reordering, interleaving an d the stealing flag. It does not specify the channel decoding method. The definition is given for each kind of logical channel, starting fro m the data provided to the channel encoder by the speech coder, the da ta terminal equipment, or the controller of the MS or BS. The definiti ons of the logical channel types used in this technical specification are given in GSM 05.02, a summary is in annex 1.

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This European Standard specifies the graphic character repertoire and control functions relevant for information interchange via Telex services. It is intended to be used with and identified within other European functional standards that specify strings of coded characters for interchange of coded information between Information Processing Systems via Telex services. This standard specifies two alternative options of graphic character repertoires: Option A for Latin characters and Option B for Latin and Greek characters.

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This part of IEC 62056 specifies the overall structure of the OBject Identification System
(OBIS) and the mapping of all commonly used data items in metering equipment to their
identification codes.
OBIS provides a unique identifier for all data within the metering equipment, including not only
measurement values, but also abstract values used for configuration or obtaining information
about the behaviour of the metering equipment. The ID codes defined in this standard are
used for the identification of:
• logical names of the various instances of the ICs, or objects, as defined in IEC 62056-6-2;
• data transmitted through communication lines;
• data displayed on the metering equipment, see Clause A.2.
This standard applies to all types of metering equipment, such as fully integrated meters,
modular meters, tariff attachments, data concentrators, etc.
To cover metering equipment measuring energy types other than electricity, combined
metering equipment measuring more than one type of energy or metering equipment with
several physical measurement channels, the concepts of medium and channels are
introduced. This allows meter data originating from different sources to be identified. While
this standard fully defines the structure of the identification system for other media, the
mapping of non-electrical energy related data items to ID codes needs to be completed
separately.
NOTE EN 13757-1 defines identifiers for metering equipment other than electricity: heat cost allocators, cooling,
heating, gas, cold water and hot water.

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This part of IEC 62056 specifies the overall structure of the OBject Identification System (OBIS) and the mapping of all commonly used data items in metering equipment to their identification codes. OBIS provides a unique identifier for all data within the metering equipment, including not only measurement values, but also abstract values used for configuration or obtaining information about the behaviour of the metering equipment. The ID codes defined in this standard are used for the identification of: - logical names of the various instances of the ICs, or objects, as defined in IEC 62056-6-22; - data transmitted through communication lines, - data displayed on the metering equipment, see A.2. This standard applies to all types of metering equipment, such as fully integrated meters, modular meters, tariff attachments, data concentrators etc. To cover metering equipment measuring energy types other than electricity, combined metering equipment measuring more than one type of energy or metering equipment with several physical measurement channels, the concepts of medium and channels are introduced. This allows meter data originating from different sources to be identified. While this standard fully defines the structure of the identification system for other media, the mapping of non-electrical energy related data items to ID codes needs to be completed separately.

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This International Standard establishes a coding system to achieve identification of any small craft hull, concerning:  - identification code of the country; - identification code of the manufacturer; - serial number; - month and year of production; - model year.  It applies to small craft of all types and materials, of length of hull of up to 24 m. It does not apply to beach or bathing toys.

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The OBject Identification System (OBIS) defines the identification codes (ID-codes) for commonly used data items in electricity metering equipment. This part of IEC 62056 specifies the overall structure of the identification system and the mapping of all data items to their identification codes. OBIS provides a unique identifier for all data within the metering equipment, including not only measurement values, but also abstract values used for configuration or obtaining information about the behaviour of the metering equipment. The ID codes defined in this standard are used for the identification of logical names of the various instances of the interface classes, or objects, as defined in IEC 62056-62; data transmitted through communication lines, see Clause A.1; data displayed on the metering equipment, see Clause A.2. This standard applies to all types of electricity metering equipment, such as fully integrated meters, modular meters, tariff attachments, data concentrators, etc. To cover metering equipment measuring energy types other than electricity, combined metering equipment measuring more than one type of energy or metering equipment with several physical measurement channels, the concepts of medium and channels are introduced. This allows meter data originating from different sources to be identified. While this standard fully defines the structure of the identification system for other media, the mapping of non-electrical energy related data items to ID codes needs to be completed separately.

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This work item consists of the revision of the published ENV 1828.

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This International Standard establishes a coding system to achieve identification of any small craft hull, concerning:  - identification code of the country; - identification code of the manufacturer; - serial number; - month and year of production; - model year.  It applies to small craft of all types and materials, of length of hull of up to 24 m. It does not apply to beach or bathing toys.

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This European Prestandard specifies a procedure for the registration of coding schemes used in health care for any purpose. It also specifies the allocation of a unique Health Care Coding Scheme Designator (HCD) to each registered coding scheme. A code value can thus be given an unambiguous meaning by association with an HCD. The method by which an HCD and a code value are associated is not defined by this standard. The association is achieved in any manner appropriate to the syntax used.

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