This document provides a privacy framework which: — specifies a common privacy terminology; — defines the actors and their roles in processing personally identifiable information (PII); — describes privacy safeguarding considerations; — provides references to known privacy principles for information technology. This document is applicable to natural persons and organizations involved in specifying, procuring, architecting, designing, developing, testing, maintaining, administering, and operating information and communication technology systems or services where privacy controls are required for the processing of PII.

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This document specifies how augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) devices are to be set up and used in the enterprise workplace in a manner that ensures health and safety (H&S) is maintained, H&S consequences are understood, and additional risks are not introduced. Within this concept of safe usage, there is particular focus on guidance around safe immersion (time) and safety in the workplace. This document defines the concepts of AR, VR, the virtuality continuum and other associated terms such as augmented virtuality and mixed reality. This document provides guidance on: a) setting up AR systems; b) setting up VR systems; c) safe usage and immersion in AR systems both in the consumer and enterprise domains; d) safe usage and immersion in VR systems both in the consumer and enterprise domains. This document focuses on visual aspects of AR and VR. Other modes such as haptics and olfactory are not addressed within this document. This document covers both the hardware (the physical AR/VR head mounted displays) and areas of visual stimulus (the environments and graphics displayed in those headsets). This document does not cover all possible visual stimulus scenarios; focus is directed toward those areas that are known to have implications on safe use. This specifically includes the source vection (visual illusion of self-motion in physically stationary AR/VR users) and/or motion (physical movement of AR/VR users) and associated safe use considerations. NOTE AR/VR have some shared safety concerns, but many are distinct to AR or VR and a consumer or enterprise environment. As such all of these are in scope, and this document is structured to account for these differences.

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This document describes the phased array ultrasonic testing (PAUT) of polyethylene butt fusion (BF) joints, including pipe-to-pipe, pipe-to-fitting and fitting-to-fitting joints, used for the conveyance of fluids. This document provides a test, whereby the presence of imperfections such as voids, inclusions, lack of fusions, misalignment and particulate contamination in the BF joints can be detected. The document is only applicable to polyethylene pipes and fittings without a barrier to ultrasonic waves. This document also provides requirements for procedure qualification and guidance for personnel qualifications, which are essential for the application of this test technique. This document also covers the equipment, the preparation and performance of the test, the indication assessment and the reporting for polyethylene BF joints. Acceptance criteria are not covered in this document.

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This document identifies the affective characteristics for affective computing user interface (AUI), including universal, cultural, individual and situational issues relating to the affective needs of users. This document also describes the selection criteria of these affective characteristics, and the methods to identify or apply them. This document focuses on developers of affective computing user interfaces who want to meet the needs of users. This document does not specify the implementation of affective computing.

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This document provides guidelines for the planning and implementation of hardening of different water and wastewater infrastructures aiming to improve the resilience of water and wastewater services provided by water utilities through security measures. It applies to the determination of measures for the protection of water supply systems and sewer collection systems from unwanted or unplanned access, as part of risk management. This document is applicable to all water and/or wastewater utilities. This document does not include guidelines for the protection of large water sources such as lakes or rivers.

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This document defines terms used in facility management.

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This document reports on the global industry and standardization development of Panax ginseng. It includes its origin and application history, medicinal value, geographical distribution, cultivation and processing methods, industry development, international trade, current status and development demands for standardization.

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This document provides requirements and guidelines on the development of drug delivery systems intended for self-administration of medicinal products by the specific demographic group of paediatric patients who are performing some or all use steps required for their intended use. Use steps include any handling action performed after the patient has received the product; these can include but are not limited to: — transport – carrying the product while travelling (e.g. by walking, train, airplane, automobile, bus); — storage – storage by the patient in their home, school, office or in temporary storage cases before or between uses; — preparation – steps necessary to place the product in a state where it is ready to be administered; — operation – steps necessary to initiate, adjust, pause, stop, or otherwise manage the delivery of medication using the product; — maintenance – steps necessary to keep the product in good working order; — disposal – steps to ensure safe disposal of the product after use (e.g. placement of the product in a suitable receptacle). This document is applicable to injectable drug delivery systems for administration of medicinal products. Furthermore, this document can be useful for the development of other drug delivery devices or systems if they are intended for use by the paediatric population. Devices not in the scope of this document include catheters, for example those in the scope of ISO 10555 series, and infusion pump systems, e.g. IEC 60601-2-24 and aerosol delivery devices (ISO 20072).

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This document specifies a method for the determination of nitrite and nitrate in meat and meat products using ion chromatography.

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This document specifies the requirements of fitness for purpose of assembled polyethylene (PE) piping systems in the field of the supply of gaseous fuels. It specifies the requirements for electrofusion, socket fusion, butt fusion and mechanical joints. It specifies the method of preparation of test piece joints and the tests to be carried out on these joints for assessing the fitness for purpose of the system under normal and extreme conditions. It specifies the test parameters for the test methods referred to in this document. This document is intended to be used only by the product manufacturer and test laboratories to assess the performance of components in accordance with ISO 4437-2, ISO 4437-3 and ISO 4437-4 when joined together under normal and extreme conditions in accordance with this document. It is not intended for on-site testing of pipe systems. In conjunction with ISO 4437-1, ISO 4437-2, ISO 4437-3 and ISO 4437-4, this document is applicable to PE pipes, fittings and valves, their joints, and joints with components of PE and other materials intended to be used under the following conditions: a) a maximum operating pressure (MOP), up to and including 10 bar[1], at a reference temperature of 20 °C for design purposes; b) an operating temperature between −20 °C and 40 °C. For operating temperatures between 20 °C and 40 °C, derating coefficients are defined in Annex A. The ISO 4437 series covers a range of MOPs and gives requirements concerning colours. [1] 1 bar = 0,1 MPa = 105 Pa; 1 MPa = 1 N/mm2.

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This document describes methods for the determination of the dry matter content of lignins by oven-drying and freeze-drying. The methods are applicable to all types of lignins isolated from kraft, organosolv, soda, and sulfite pulping processes, and to lignin obtained by enzymatic or acid hydrolysis of biomass. However, the oven-drying method is not applicable to kraft lignins in the base form, also referred to as sodium form. Both methods are applicable only to lignins in the solid form.

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This document specifies the characteristics of fusion fittings made from polyethylene (PE) as well as of mechanical fittings for piping systems in the field of the supply of gaseous fuels. It also specifies the test parameters for the test methods referred to in this document. In conjunction with ISO 4437-1, ISO 4437-2, ISO 4437-4 and ISO 4437-5, this document is applicable to PE pipes, fittings and valves, their joints, and joints with components of PE and other materials intended to be used under the following conditions: a) a maximum operating pressure (MOP), up to and including 10 bar[1], at a reference temperature of 20 °C for design purposes; b) an operating temperature between −20 °C and 40 °C. For operating temperatures between 20 °C and 40 °C, derating coefficients are defined in ISO 4437-5. The ISO 4437 series covers a range of maximum operating pressures and gives requirements concerning colours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser or specifier to make the appropriate selections from these aspects, taking into account their particular requirements and any relevant national regulations and installation practices or codes. This document is applicable for fittings of the following types: — electrofusion socket fittings; — electrofusion saddle fittings; — spigot end fittings (for butt fusion using heated tools and electrofusion socket fusion); — socket fusion fittings; — mechanical fittings. NOTE 1 The fittings can be, for example, in the form of couplers, saddles, equal and reduced tees, reducers, elbows, bends or end caps. NOTE 2 Fabricated fittings are normally not used for gas applications except for larger dimensions or in the absence of other solutions. Guidance can be found in ISO 4427-3:2019, Annex B. [1] 1 bar = 0,1 MPa = 105 Pa; 1 MPa = 1 N/mm2.

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This document specifies materials and the general aspects of polyethylene (PE) piping systems in the field of the supply of gaseous fuels. It also specifies the test parameters for the test methods referred to in this document. In conjunction with ISO 4437-2, ISO 4437-3, ISO 4437-4 and ISO 4437-5, this document is applicable to PE pipes, fittings and valves, their joints, and joints with components of PE and other materials intended to be used under the following conditions: a) a maximum operating pressure (MOP) up to and including 10 bar[1], at a reference temperature of 20 °C for design purposes; b) an operating temperature between −20 °C and 40 °C. For operating temperatures between 20 °C and 40 °C, derating coefficients are defined in ISO 4437-5. The ISO 4437 series covers a range of MOPs and gives requirements concerning colours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser or specifier to make the appropriate selections from these aspects, taking into account their particular requirements and any relevant national regulations and installation practices or codes. [1] 1 bar = 0,1 MPa = 105 Pa; 1 MPa = 1 N/mm2.

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This document specifies the general requirements for data recording procedures, packaging, and storing of elastomeric seals and seal assemblies which include an elastomeric element prior to the seal being assembled into hardware components. This document does not establish limitations or storage times for assembled components, or the operating life of the said components.

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This document specifies the characteristics of pipes made from polyethylene (PE) for piping systems in the field of the supply of gaseous fuels. It also specifies the test parameters for the test methods referred to in this document. In conjunction with ISO 4437-1, ISO 4437-3, ISO 4437-4 and ISO 4437-5, this document is applicable to PE pipes, fittings and valves, their joints, and joints with components of PE and other materials intended to be used under the following conditions: a) a maximum operating pressure (MOP), up to and including 10 bar[1], at a reference temperature of 20 °C for design purposes; b) an operating temperature between −20 °C and 40 °C. For operating temperatures between 20 °C and 40 °C, derating coefficients are defined in ISO 4437-5. The ISO 4437 series covers a range of MOPs and gives requirements concerning colours. This document is applicable to three types of pipes: — PE pipes (outside diameter, dn) including any identification stripes; — PE pipes with co-extruded layers on either or both the outside and/or inside of the pipe (total outside diameter, dn) as specified in Annex A, where all PE layers have the same MRS rating; — PE pipes (outside diameter, dn) with a peelable and contiguous thermoplastics additional layer on the outside of the pipe ("coated pipe") as specified in Annex B. It is the responsibility of the purchaser or specifier to make the appropriate selections from these aspects, taking into account their particular requirements and any relevant national regulations and installation practices or codes. [1] 1 bar = 0,1 MPa = 105 Pa; 1 MPa = 1 N/mm2.

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This document provides an overview of the segmentation process for medical image-based modelling of human bone. This document specifies a standardized process to improve the performance of human bone segmentation. This document is also applicable to medical 3D printing systems that include medical 3D modelling capabilities.

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This document gives guidance on the evaluation of human translation output, post-edited machine translation output, and unedited machine translation output. It also provides guidance on the qualifications and competences of evaluators. The role of sampling is also discussed in this document. This document focuses on an analytic translation evaluation approach using error types and penalty points configured to produce an error score and a quality rating. A further focus is the human evaluation of translation output only. This document follows an approach designed to reflect minimum complexity. The rationale behind this approach is to keep this document applicable for as many users as possible in the translation sector. The guidance provided in this document can also support the evaluation of source texts intended for translation. This document is applicable to translation service providers (TSPs), including individual translators, translation companies or in-house translation services, their clients and other interested parties in the translation sector, such as translator education and training institutions. This document does not apply to related elements such as the processes of assuring the quality of translation output and corrective actions. This document does not apply to interpreting.

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This document establishes general rules for evaluating and expressing uncertainty in measurement from the shop floor to fundamental research. Therefore, the principles of this suite of documents are intended to be applicable to a broad spectrum of measurements and their applications. An overview of the parts of the GUM is given in table A.1 in Annex A. NOTE Where the acronym GUM is used in this document, it refers to the suite of documents. An individual part of the GUM is referred to by its corresponding JCGM numbering (e.g., part 6 of the GUM is JCGM GUM-6:2020). This document gives a rationale for evaluating, expressing and using measurement uncertainty (Clause 2). A brief introduction is given to measurement (Clause 3) and to the decisions involved when evaluating measurement uncertainty (Clause 4). In Clause 5, a brief description of the contents of the parts of the GUM is given. In each of these clauses, the relevant parts of the GUM are identified for further guidance.

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This document describes a basic role model of communications as a common platform for ITS services including cooperative service in smart city areas: a) a framework for the provision of a communication service; b) a description of the concept of operations and the role models; c) a conceptual architecture between actors involved in the provision/receipt of communication; d) references for the key documents on which the architecture is based; e) a taxonomy of the organization of generic procedures, with a focus on the basic role and functional model of service for the introduction of communications including infrastructure facilities to support mobility in urban and rural areas. In-vehicle control system is not within the scope of this document. The scope of this document is limited to the communications using physical and digital infrastructure.

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This document specifies methods for determining the resistance of the colour of textiles of all kinds exposed to all forms of industrial laundering procedures.

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This document provides a methodology for calculating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the semiconductor and display industry. This document includes the manufacture of semiconductor devices, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), photovoltaic (PV) devices and displays. This document allows to report GHG emissions for various purposes and on different bases, such as a per-plant basis, per-company basis (by country or by region) or an international group basis. This document addresses all of the following direct and indirect sources of GHG: — direct GHG emissions [as defined in ISO 14064-1:2018, 5.2.4 a)] from sources that are owned or controlled by the company, such as emissions resulting from the following sources: — process: fluorinated compound (FC) gases and nitrous oxide (N2O) used in etching and wafer cleaning (EWC), remote plasma cleaning (RPC), in situ plasma cleansing (IPC), in situ thermal cleaning (ITC), N2O thin film deposition (TFD), and other N2O using process; — fuel combustion related to equipment and on-site vehicles, room heating/cooling; — fuel combustion of fuels for on-site power generation; — indirect GHG emissions [as defined in ISO 14064-1:2018, 5.2.4 b)] from the generation of imported electricity, heat or steam consumed by the organization. Other indirect GHG emissions [as defined in ISO 14064-1:2018, 5.2.4 c) to f)], which are the consequence of an organization’s activities, but arise from GHG sources that are owned or controlled by other organizations, are excluded from this document.

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The MSA/MAS/AMAS hyper-dimensional data file specification (HMSA, for short) is a platform-independent data format to permit the exchange of hyper-dimensional microscopy and microanalytical data between different software applications. The applications include, but are not limited to: — Hyper-spectral maps, such as electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS), energy dispersive x-ray spectrometry (XEDS), or cathodoluminescence spectroscopy (CL). — ‘Hyper-image’ maps, such as pattern maps using electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD) or convergent beam electron diffraction (CBED). — 3-dimensional maps, such as confocal microscopy, or focused ion beam (FIB) serial section maps. — 4-dimensional maps, such as double-tilt electron tomography. — Time-resolved microscopy and spectroscopy. In addition to storing hyper-dimensional data, the HMSA file format is applicable for storing conventional microscopy and microanalysis data, such as spectra, line profiles, images, and quantitative analyses, as well as experimental conditions and other metadata.

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This document specifies the quality, safety requirements and test methods for Poria cocos sclerotium that is derived from the fungus Poria cocos (Schw.) Wolf. It is applicable to Poria cocos sclerotium sold and used as natural medicines in international trade, including Chinese materia medica (whole medicinal materials) and decoction pieces.

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This document defines an approach for the categorization of scenarios by providing tags that carry information about the scenarios. This document is applicable to SAE level 3 to SAE level 5 Automated Driving System (ADS)[19].

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This document describes the principle of electrochemical noise measurement (EN), specifically focusing on the application of the technique to indicate the level of protection provided by an organic coating to the underlying metal. It discusses the principles behind the measurement method but also the type of electrochemical apparatus, the experimental set-up and electrodes configurations, the presentation of measured data, and analysis of results that have been used in the work done so far and reported in the references. This work has mainly been done in the laboratory, and there are some examples of work conducted in the field. NOTE At the time of publication of this document, electrochemical noise measurement for coatings is mainly used by a number of academic groups. This document aims to encourage more general application of this method, particularly to field work.

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This document provides requirements and guidance on the capture and processing of data from sensors monitoring: ¾ the structure of the ship; ¾ shipboard machinery and equipment on board the ship; ¾ ship operational information. It is intended for implementers of software used to capture and process such data. This document describes how to name the sensor and required data item, as well as how to describe the data for shipboard machinery and equipment.

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This document gives guidance on how to generate reliable and reproducible crystallographic orientation measurements using electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD). It addresses the requirements for specimen preparation, instrument configuration, instrument calibration and data acquisition.

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This document specifies the operational characteristics for the various categories of fire-resistant fluids defined by ISO 6743-4. It includes requirements and guidelines for use of these fluids and specifies the factors to consider when selecting a fluid from these categories for a proposed application. This document identifies difficulties which can arise from the use of such fluids and indicates how they can be minimized. Procedures are given for replacing one fluid with another from a different category. Health and safety aspects when handling and disposing of fire-resistant fluids are also covered. This document does not apply to fire-resistant fluids used in the hydraulic systems of commercial or military aircraft.

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This document specifies four standard message formats for use in transferring spacecraft orbit information between space agencies and commercial or governmental spacecraft operators: The Orbit Parameter Message (OPM), the Orbit Mean-Elements Message (OMM), the Orbit Ephemeris Message (OEM), and the Orbit Comprehensive Message (OCM). Such exchanges are used for: a) pre-flight planning for tracking or navigation support; b) scheduling tracking support; c) carrying out tracking operations (sometimes called metric predicts); d) performing orbit comparisons; e) carrying out navigation operations such as orbit propagation and orbit reconstruction; f) assessing mutual physical and electromagnetic interference among satellites orbiting the same celestial body (primarily Earth, Moon, and Mars at present); g) performing orbit conjunction (collision avoidance) studies; and h) developing and executing collaborative maneuvers to mitigate interference or enhance mutual operations. This document includes sets of requirements and criteria that the message formats have been designed to meet. For exchanges in which these requirements do not capture the needs of the participating agencies and satellite operators, another mechanism may be selected. This document is an international standard published under the auspices of CCSDS and International Standards Organization (ISO) Technical Committee 20, Subcommittee 13, developed jointly and in concert with the ISO TC20/SC14. As such, this CCSDS standard is also properly labeled as ISO 26900. The recommended Orbit Data Message format is ASCII (reference REF R_ISO_IEC_8859_1_1998 \h [4] 08D0C9EA79F9BACE118C8200AA004BA90B02000000080000001600000052005F00490053004F005F004900450043005F0038003800350039005F0031005F0031003900390038000000 ). This document describes both ‘Keyword = Value Notation’ (KVN) as well as Extensible Markup Language (XML) (reference REF R_505x0b3XMLSpecificationforNavigationDa \h[5] 08D0C9EA79F9BACE118C8200AA004BA90B02000000080000002800000052005F00350030003500780030006200330058004D004C00530070006500630069006600690063006100740069006F006E0066006F0072004E0061007600690067006100740069006F006E0044000000 ) formatted messages. Selection of KVN or XML format should be mutually agreed between message exchange partners. NOTE – As currently specified, an OPM, OMM, or OEM file is to represent orbit data for a single spacecraft, and the OCM is to represent orbit data for either a single spacecraft or single parent spacecraft of a parent/child spacecraft deployment scenario. It is possible that the architecture may support multiple spacecraft per file; this could be considered in the future.

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This document applies to printed, projected, and electronic displays of high-contrast text that are designed for assessment and measurement of near reading acuity under photopic conditions. The definitions and requirements of this document apply to the Latin alphabet.

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This document specifies the requirements and corresponding test methods for zinc dust pigments suitable for use in protective coatings.

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This document applies to situations in which such data is recorded on or transported by patient healthcards compliant with the physical dimensions of ID-1 cards defined by ISO/IEC 7810. This document specifies the basic structure of the data contained within the medication data object, but does not specify or mandate particular data sets for storage on devices. The purpose of this document is for cards to provide information to other health professionals and to the patient or its non-professional caregiver. It can also be used to carry a new prescription from the prescriber to the dispenser/pharmacy in the design of its sets. Medication data include the following four components: — medication notes: additional information related to medication and the safe use of medicines by the patient such as medication history, sensitivities and allergies; — medication prescriptions: to carry a new prescription from the prescriber to the dispenser/pharmacy; — medication dispensed: the records of medications dispensed for the patient; — medication references: pointers to other systems that contain information that makes up medication prescription and the authority to dispense. The following topics are beyond the scope of this document: — physical or logical solutions for the practical functioning of particular types of data cards; — how the message is processed further “downstream” of the interface between two systems; — the form which the data takes for use outside the data card, or the way in which such data is visibly represented on the data card or elsewhere. NOTE Not only does the definition of “medicinal products” differ from country to country, but also the same name can relate to entirely different products in some countries. Therefore, it is important to consider the safety of the patient when the card is used across borders. This document describes and defines the Medication data objects used within or referenced by patient-held health data cards using UML, plain text and Abstract Syntax Notation (ASN.1). This document does not describe nor define the common objects defined within ISO 21549-2.

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This document provides guidance for developing, implementing and maintaining seismometer systems as a part of the infrastructure for disaster risk reduction in smart communities. The seismometer systems in this document can be used for the observation of seismic activity, such as earthquakes, micro-seismic motion and volcanic tremors, especially in seismically active areas. This document gives examples of how different types of seismometers can fulfil the needs and expectations of users and help planners, developers and community operators to effectively use seismometers and related data for disaster risk reduction. This document is not applicable to the following: — drop-ball type and pendulum type seismometers; — how to design and develop seismometer systems (e.g. seismometers installed in railway systems). The features of the seismometer systems in this document are not intended for the measurement of vibrations caused by landslides.

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This document is a profile that specifies requirements for testing biometric presentation attack detection (PAD) mechanisms on mobile devices with local biometric recognition and on biometric modules integrated into mobile devices. The profile lists requirements from ISO/IEC 30107-3 that are specific to mobile devices. It also establishes requirements that are not present in ISO/IEC 30107-3. For each requirement, the profile defines an “Approach in PAD Tests for Mobile Devices”. For some requirements, numerical values or ranges are provided in the form of best practices. This profile is applicable to mobile devices that operate as closed systems with no access to internal results, including mobile devices with local biometric recognition as well as biometric modules for mobile devices. This document is not applicable to mobile devices with solely remote biometric recognition. The attacks considered in this document take place at the capture device during the presentation and collection of biometric characteristics. Any other attacks are outside the scope of this document.

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This document specifies requirements for vascular device-drug combination products (VDDCPs). With regard to safety, this document outlines requirements for intended performance, design attributes, materials, design evaluation, manufacturing, sterilization, packaging and information supplied by the manufacturer. For implanted products, this document is intended to be used as a supplement to ISO 14630, which specifies general requirements for the performance of non-active surgical implants. This document is intended to be used as a supplement to relevant device-specific standards, such as the ISO 25539 series specifying requirements for endovascular devices. Requirements listed in this document also address VDDCPs that are not permanent implants. NOTE 1 Due to variations in the design of combination products covered by this document and due to the relatively recent development of some of these combination products, acceptable standardized in vitro test results and clinical study results are not always available. As further scientific and clinical data become available, appropriate revision of this document can be necessary. This document applies to delivery systems or parts of the delivery system that are an integral component of the vascular device and that are drug-covered (e.g. drug-covered balloon catheters and drug-covered guidewires). This document does not apply to devices whose PMOA provide a conduit for delivery of a drug (e.g. infusion catheters), unless they contain a drug component that is intended to have an ancillary action to the device part (e.g. antimicrobial coated infusion catheter). This document does not apply to procedures and devices used prior to and following the introduction of the VDDCP (e.g. balloon angioplasty devices) that do not affect the drug-related aspects of the device. This document does not provide a comprehensive pharmacological evaluation of VDDCPs. NOTE 2 Some information about the requirements of certain national and regional authorities is given in Annex B. The connection of absorbable components of VDDCPs (e.g. coatings) with drug-related aspects of the device are addressed in this document. This document does not provide an exhaustive list of the degradation and other time-dependent aspects of absorbable implants and coatings. NOTE 3 For more information on absorbable coatings, refer to ISO/TS 17137 and ASTM F3036-13. This document does not address issues associated with viable or non-viable biological materials such as tissues, cells or proteins. This document does not address issues associated with active surgical implants (i.e. implants that require power not generated by the human body or gravity).

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This document defines terms relevant to optical coatings. These terms are grouped in four classes: Terms and definitions, definition of coatings by function, definitions of common coating imperfections and other definitions. This document identifies surface treatments of components and substrates excluding ophthalmic optics (spectacles) by the application of optical coatings and gives a standard form for their specification. It defines the general characteristics and the test and measurement methods whenever necessary, but is not intended to define the process method.

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ISO 9211 (series) describes surface treatments of components and substrates excluding ophthalmic optics (spectacles) by the application of optical coatings and gives a standard form for their specification. It defines the general characteristics and the test and measurement methods whenever necessary, but it is not intended to define the process method. This document specifies general use and standard categories of use for optical coatings and identifies which environmental tests are necessary to prove that the coatings meet the required specification. The mechanical and chemical properties of coated optical elements, and more generally their environmental durability, can be assessed by a variety of methods. The test methods are generally described in various parts of ISO 9022 and in ISO 9211-4. These test methods are selected to give meaningful results representative of actual exposure of optical elements in their operating environment, alternatively to the minimum requirements as described in ISO 9211-5 to ISO 9211-8, which are coating type related.

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This document specifies a test method for the determination of burning behaviour of textile fibres by oxygen index. This document is only used for the purpose of testing burning behaviour of textile fibres under conditions of this test, controlling quality of the products, or studying the factors causing the fire of some particular textile fibres. It is not used for assessing fire risk in their actual use.

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This document indicates how to specify optical properties of coatings and to represent their spectral characterization graphically in the ISO 9211 series, which defines the specifications for optical coatings excluding ophthalmic optics (spectacles). It defines the general characteristics and the test and measurement methods whenever necessary, but is not intended to define the process method.

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This document specifies the classification, general requirements and acceptance conditions for recyclable neodymium iron boron (NdFeB) resources. This document is applicable to recyclable NdFeB resources from end-of-life (EOL) products and manufacture processes.

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This document contains tables for environmental tests and test parameters which can be used as a guideline for the selection of environmental tests. These include the selection of standardized tests according to ISO 9022 as well as additional parameters not described in ISO 9022 and necessary for the optical or photonic instruments. Ultimately, these tables specify the requirements to be met with regard to the reliability of the optical, mechanical, chemical, and electrical properties or performance characteristics of the instruments when exposed to environmental influences. Environmental test methods, as specified in ISO 9022 (all parts), can be assigned to the various areas of application for the purpose of ascertaining the suitability of the instruments in the respective area of application.

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This document describes methods for diagnosing and assessing conditions that can result in moisture damage impacting the building’s energy and durability performance. For the purpose of classifying moisture damage, methods in this document range from basic observation techniques to more complex methods using equipment to more accurately or precisely render a condition assessment and provide data. This document does not ensure that the methods identified will result in the full disclosure of all moisture damage conditions.

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This document specifies the vocabulary for the ISO 10303 series.

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This document describes the static gravimetric preparation of Class II calibration gas mixtures and describes a method for calculating the measurement uncertainty associated with the amount fraction of each component. In addition to all of the contributions to the measurement uncertainty mentioned in ISO 6142-1, this document also considers the uncertainty resulting from the validation process for Class II mixtures that are not individually verified, as is the case for Class I mixtures. This document extends the uncertainty evaluation described in ISO 6142-1 to include the effects of batch production and the verification process. It provides guidance on how to derive an uncertainty budget that is representative of a particular category of mixtures. Methods for the batch production of more than one mixture in a single process are included in this document. This document is only applicable to mixtures of gaseous or totally vaporized components, which can be introduced into the cylinder in the gaseous or liquid state. Both binary and multi-component gas mixtures are covered by this document. This document is limited to non-reactive molecules/components that are greater than or equal to an amount fraction of 100 μmol/mol. This document excludes components that react with each other, or with common mixture contaminants such as water vapour or oxygen or react with the inner surface of the cylinder and valve in the form of absorption or adsorption.

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This document specifies the nature, the method of application, the surface condition, performance requirements and the minimum thickness of internal linings of cement mortar for ductile iron pipes and fittings for pressure and non-pressure pipelines as defined in ISO 2531, ISO 7186 and ISO 16631. It covers cement mortar linings which are used to improve the hydraulic properties of pipes and fittings compared to un-lined pipes and fittings and/or to prevent corrosion damage and includes special requirements for linings of gravity sewers operating partially filled. It also covers linings used for the conveyance of particularly aggressive fluids, where the following solutions can be used either separately or in combination: a) an increase in the thickness of the lining; b) a change of the type of cement; c) a coating over the lining.

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This document specifies the procedure for the partition operation of geometrical product specification and verification. This document does not apply to profile and areal surface texture.

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This document specifies a formal structure and building rules for an equipment behaviour catalogue (EBC) template. The formal structure of an EBC template represents a schema for descriptions of behaviour and related entities. Building rules for an EBC template provide required processes and compliance criteria to construct an EBC template.

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This document specifies the methods used to partition a nominal model.

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This document specifies a procedure for a chamber test with different options of chamber sizes to measure the formaldehyde concentrations in air from wood products under defined test conditions of temperature, relative humidity, loading and air exchange rate. Results obtained from this small-scale chamber test method can be used for quality control (factory production control – ‘FPC’) based on correlation established by reference chamber test methods according to ISO, EN or ASTM standards. The establishment of a correlation is described in Annex D.

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