This document specifies mechanisms to choose between the keyboard groups specified in the ISO/IEC 9995 series, national keyboards standards, or other keyboard definitions. These mechanisms primarily become useful when the stipulated marking on the key top can be dynamically displayed on the key top.

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This document describes the method for selection of a language in information and communication (ICT) devices. This document is intended to apply to the user interface design of ICT devices which have a function for setting the appropriate language environment when an end-user wants to initiate its operation.

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This document defines GIML (Gesture Interface Markup Language). The syntax and the structure of GIML are described in this document.

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ISO/IEC 30113-11:2017 defines single-point gestures for common system actions used in information and communication technology (ICT) systems. It specifies movements for clear and classified gestures recognized by the systems and applications. The single-point gestures are performed using an input device (e.g. a mouse, a stylus, etc.) or a body part (e.g. a fingertip, a hand, etc.). These single-point gestures are intended to operate in a consistent manner regardless of the system, platform, application or device. NOTE ICT systems include, but are not limited to, digital televisions, set-top boxes, video game consoles, communication devices, Internet devices, entertainment devices and personal computers.

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Within the general scope described in ISO/IEC 9995-1, ISO 9995-9:2016 defines the allocation on a keyboard of a set of graphic characters which, when used in combination with an existing national version keyboard layout, allows the input of a minimum character repertoire as defined herein. This repertoire is intended to address all characters needed to write all contemporary languages using the Latin script, together with standardized Latin transliterations of some major languages using other scripts. It also contains all symbols and punctuation marks contained in ISO 8859-1, together with some selected other ones commonly used in typography and office use. It also addresses characters of some other scripts (Greek, Cyrillic, Armenian, Georgian, Hebrew) to the same extent (in the case of Cyrillic, leaving out some minority languages of the Russian Federation which have only a few hundred speakers left). It provides means to include other scripts (e.g. Arabic, Devanagari) in future versions of ISO 9995-9:2016 (e.g. by amendments). Furthermore, it addresses the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). ISO 9995-9:2016 is primarily intended for word-processing and text-processing applications, to be used with full-sized keyboards as well as with miniature keyboards found on mobile devices ("smartphones" or handheld computers), especially ones which have only keys for the 26 basic Latin letters but no dedicated keys for digits.

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ISO/IEC TR 15440:2016 (TR) covers the following: - different input requirements catering for national and international practices and support of cultural and linguistic diversity; - recognition of requirements regarding comfort of use (for any user, including children, elderly and disabled people) and improved user productivity related to inputting data; - enhancements of keyboards and related input devices and methods required for new emerging phenomena such as Internet, multimedia, virtual reality; - virtual input requirements; - labelling issues (soft [LCD] and hard, permanent and temporary labels), function symbols and icons. ISO/IEC TR 15440:2016 does not cover implications of biometric input (fingerprint-based, iris-pattern-based, face-shape-based, etc.) devices for access and security. ISO/IEC TR 15440:2016 is aimed at both the users and manufacturers and intends to present the user requirements regarding keyboards and associated devices and methods, at the time of publication of this technical report.

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ISO/IEC 30113-1:2015 defines a framework and guidelines for gesture-based interfaces across devices and methods in supporting interoperability. NOTE Some of these devices include mice, touch screens, touch pads, 3D mice, joysticks, game controllers, wired gloves, depth-aware cameras, stereo cameras, Web cameras. ISO/IEC 30113-1:2015 does not define or require specific technology for recognizing gesture of users. It focuses on the description of a gesture and its functions for utilizing ICT systems. NOTE Operation of a physical keyboard is not addressed in this part of ISO/IEC 30113.

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Within the general scope described in ISO/IEC 9995-1, this part of ISO/IEC 9995 specifies the alphanumeric section of a keyboard and the division of that section into zones; the arrangement, number, and location of the keys in the alphanumeric zone ZA0 of the alphanumeric section; and the layout and allocation of several control functions to the keys in the function zones of the alphanumeric section.

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Within the general scope described in ISO/IEC 9995-1, this part of ISO/IEC 9995 specifies symbols for functions found on any type of numeric, alphanumeric or composite keyboards. Each of these symbols is intended to be considered as universal and nonlanguage related equivalent of names for the function they represent. Names of functions and descriptions are given in English and French.

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ISO/IEC 9995 defines a framework for the layout of all alphanumeric and numeric keyboards across the widest spectrum of today's and upcoming applications using keyboards. The functions to be performed by keyboards are grouped into three categories that correspond to the main physical sections of the keyboard. Application of ISO/IEC 9995 in the design of keyboards will provide the user with a unified, predictable user-machine interface by dividing the keyboard into functional areas and sections and allocating functions to keys. lSO/IEC 9995-3:2010 defines the allocation on a keyboard of a set of graphic characters which, when used in combination with an existing national version keyboard layout or the complementary Latin group layout as defined in ISO/IEC 9995-3:2010, allows the input of a minimum character repertoire as defined by collection 281 (MES-1) specified in ISO/IEC 10646 and proposes extensions of this minimum repertoire.

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ISO/IEC 9995 defines a framework for the layout of all alphanumeric and numeric keyboards across the widest spectrum of today's and upcoming applications using keyboards. The functions to be performed by keyboards are grouped into three categories that correspond to the main physical sections of the keyboard. Application of ISO/IEC 9995 in the design of keyboards will provide the user with a unified, predictable user-machine interface by dividing the keyboard into functional areas and sections and allocating functions to keys. ISO/IEC 9995-2:2009 specifies the alphanumeric section of a keyboard and the division of that section into zones; the arrangement, the number, and the location of the keys in the alphanumeric zone ZA0 of the alphanumeric section; and the layout and allocation of several control functions to the keys in the function zones of the alphanumeric section. The primary layout within the alphanumeric zone is established in most countries by a national standard or by national usage. ISO/IEC 9995-2:2009 provides allocation guidelines.

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ISO/IEC 9995 defines a framework for the layout of all alphanumeric and numeric keyboards across the widest spectrum of today's and upcoming applications using keyboards. The functions to be performed by keyboards are grouped into three categories that correspond to the main physical sections of the keyboard. Application of ISO/IEC 9995 in the design of keyboards will provide the user with a unified, predictable user-machine interface by dividing the keyboard into functional areas and sections and allocating functions to keys. ISO/IEC 9995-8:2009 specifies the allocation of letters to the keys of the numeric zone ZN0 of a keyboard which has the ten digits zero to nine allocated in the "1-2-3" layout. The layout specified in ISO/IEC 9995-8:2009 is intended for applications of information technology equipment keyboards where letters instead of digits are used for the mnemonic retention of numeric information.

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ISO/IEC 9995 defines a framework for the layout of all alphanumeric and numeric keyboards across the widest spectrum of today's and upcoming applications using keyboards. The functions to be performed by keyboards are grouped into three categories that correspond to the main physical sections of the keyboard. Application of ISO/IEC 9995 in the design of keyboards will provide the user with a unified, predictable user-machine interface by dividing the keyboard into functional areas and sections and allocating functions to keys. ISO/IEC 9995-5:2009 specifies the editing and function section and the division of that section into zones. It also specifies the cursor key zone (ZEF0) and the allocation of functions to its keys. Further, it specifies the arrangement, the number, and the location of the keys in the editing and function zone (ZEF1), as well as guidelines for the allocation of functions to the keys.

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ISO/IEC 9995 defines a framework for the layout of all alphanumeric and numeric keyboards across the widest spectrum of today's and upcoming applications using keyboards. The functions to be performed by keyboards are grouped into three categories that correspond to the main physical sections of the keyboard. Application of ISO/IEC 9995 in the design of keyboards will provide the user with a unified, predictable user-machine interface by dividing the keyboard into functional areas and sections and allocating functions to keys. ISO/IEC 9995-7:2009 defines symbols for functions found on any type of numeric, alphanumeric or composite keyboards. Each of these symbols is intended to be considered as universal and non-language related equivalent of names for the function they represent. Names of functions and descriptions are given in English and French.

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ISO/IEC 9995 defines a framework for the layout of all alphanumeric and numeric keyboards across the widest spectrum of today's and upcoming applications using keyboards. The functions to be performed by keyboards are grouped into three categories that correspond to the main physical sections of the keyboard. Application of ISO/IEC 9995 in the design of keyboards will provide the user with a unified, predictable user-machine interface by dividing the keyboard into functional areas and sections and allocating functions to keys. ISO/IEC 9995-1:2009 identifies the sections of the keyboard and specifies the general shape and relative placement of the sections. Spacing of keys and physical characteristics are covered, as are the principles governing the placement of characters and symbols on keys. ISO/IEC 9995-1:2009 specifies a key numbering system which applies to all types of numeric, alphanumeric and composite keyboards of information technology equipment.

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ISO/IEC 9995 defines a framework for the layout of all alphanumeric and numeric keyboards across the widest spectrum of today's and upcoming applications using keyboards. The functions to be performed by keyboards are grouped into three categories that correspond to the main physical sections of the keyboard. Application of ISO/IEC 9995 in the design of keyboards will provide the user with a unified, predictable user-machine interface by dividing the keyboard into functional areas and sections and allocating functions to keys. ISO/IEC 9995-4:2009 specifies the numeric section of a keyboard and the division of that section into zones. It specifies the arrangement, the number, and the location of the keys in the numeric zone ZN0 and in the function zones ZN1 to ZN6 of the numeric section, as well as the allocation of functions to the keys. The numeric zone ZN0 is to be used in keyboards for applications such as text and data processing, general office environment, banking, point of sales (POS), telematic services, telephony apparatus, home electronic systems, numerical control of machinery and equipment, and input of personal identification number (PIN). The function zone ZN1 is to be used in keyboards for applications such as data entry, text and data processing, and general office environment.

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The goal of ISO/IEC 24757:2008 is to harmonize industry practices in matters of machine-readable keyboard descriptions (PCs, PDAs, various operating systems, etc.). It further aims to facilitate the production of interoperable drivers for the user and to better assist the user by offering a more precise mapping between the physical keyboard layout and geometrical configuration, and the logical interface available to the operating system and its applications. ISO/IEC 24757:2008 provides a formal description format that can not only fully describe the international keyboards standards, but also the capabilities of keyboards on the current and future marketplace and their functioning with corresponding operating systems. It describes possible interactions between keys of a keyboard and standardizes the keyboard description so that it is machine-readable while staying relatively easy to interpret by human beings. The keyboard description format is meant to be capable of describing existing capabilities of today's keyboard hardware and its associated software, plus foreseeable extensions. It relies on international standard format ISO SGML, in the form known as ISO RELAX NG, with an easy conversion to industry standard XML. Some additional functionality is covered, such as keyboards with programmable keys and keyboards with multiple key assignments such as telephone keypads. The keyboard definition format is primarily intended to be used by the operating system, and during its boot process (e.g. in the BIOS), but can also be used for other purposes, such as reporting from the hardware of a keyboard to help the operating system configuring the keyboard driver, or to present the keyboard on screen with a user-friendly picture. The keyboard definition format is described in four sections: a keyboard identification and general features section, including make and model, serial number, country or region and language to which the keyboard applies, engraving language identification, and distinctive features, such as relief, or presence of lights on keys. the hardware geometry layout, which indicates a largely known geometry layout, such as a 102-key PC keyboard. This section also gives physical information such as size of keys, and amount of pressure needed to activate keys. the keyboard layout, which gives the actual assignment of characters to each key. key combinations which gives combinations of keys, such as those of characters affected by dead keys. A number of existing keyboard definition formats are described, together with a mapping between these description formats and the format defined in ISO/IEC 24757:2008.

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This International Standard defines the differing requirements necessary when considering the various types of segmented keyboards. The scope of this International Standard encompasses the three-dimensional layout of segmented, traditional style keyboards classified as having: a. Adjustable alphanumeric segments; b. Fixed angle alphanumeric segments. This International Standard covers the following keyboard areas: - Alphanumeric area - Function area - Text editing area - Numeric area - Cursor control area

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For the purposes of this International Standard, a portable computer is defined as a computer with a screen and an attached keyboard that is capable of running on battery power for extended periods of time and is relatively easy to transport from one location to another by a single individual. This International Standard gives design guidance for product designers; this International Standard indicates those requirements and recommendations contained in ISO/IEC 9995 and ISO 9241-4:1998 that are to be considered in designing portable computers keyboards. This International Standard strives to maintain consistency, as far as practical, between keyboards for portable computers and desktop computers. To accomplish this goal, this International Standard has reviewed ISO/IEC 9995 and ISO 9241-4:1998 to identify those design features of these two base standards which are to be followed, which are exempted from this International Standard and which are permitted variations. This International Standard is intended primarily to apply to full size portable keyboards (e.g. A4). It may also apply to other keyboards outside this scope. ISO 9241-4 contains a proposed alternative method for conformance by a test based on user performance and subjective rating scales. This International Standard consists of two major categories of guidelines for portable computers: 1. Layout characteristics 2. Physical (ergonomic) characteristics

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ISO/IEC TR 24784:2009 specifies possible modifications of ISO/IEC 9995-1 to ISO/IEC 9995-8 to fulfil the changed market needs and the requirements for keyboard layouts and allocation of keycap imprints (including letters, numerals, symbols, and other markings on the keycaps) for alphanumeric and numeric input devices for all types of information and communication technology devices and systems including: personal computers, workstations, computer terminals, visual display terminals (VDTs); electronic typewriters and other machines with alphanumeric and numeric keyboards; mobile computer systems and multimedia devices with hardware or virtual keyboards; electronic document scanners and multifunction devices incorporating alphanumeric and/or numeric keyboards; calculators, telephones and automated teller machines having alphanumeric and/or numeric keypads/keyboards.

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Within the general scope described in ISO/IEC 9995-1, ISO/IEC 9995-5:2006 specifies the editing section of keyboards for information technology equipment and the division of that section into zones. It also specifies the cursor zone (ZE0) of the editing section and the allocation of functions to its keys. It specifies the arrangement, the number, and the location of the keys in the editing zones of the editing section as well as guidelines for the allocation of functions to the keys.

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ISO/IEC 9995-1:2006 specifies various characteristics of keyboards used by information technology equipment (ITE). It identifies the sections of the keyboard and specifies the general shape and relative placement of the sections. It covers spacing of keys and physical characteristics of the keyboard. It specifies a key numbering system which applies to all types of numeric, alphanumeric and composite keyboards of ITE. It finally states the principles governing the placement of characters and symbols on keys used on all types of these keyboards.

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Within the general scope described in ISO/IEC 9995-1, ISO/IEC 9995-8:2006 specifies the allocation of letters to the keys of the numeric zone ZN0 of information technology keyboards which have the ten digits zero to nine allocated in the "1-2-3" layout. The layout specified is intended for applications of information technology keyboards where letters instead of digits are used for the mnemonic retention of numeric information.

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Within the general scope described in ISO/IEC 9995-1, ISO/IEC 9995-6:2006 specifies the function section of keyboards for information technology equipment and the division of that section into zones. It specifies the arrangement, the number, and the location of the keys in the function zones of the function section as well as the allocation of functions to the keys.

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ISO/IEC TR 15440:2005 is aimed at both the users and manufacturers, and intends to present the user requirements regarding keyboards and associated devices and methods, at time of its publication. ISO/IEC TR 15440:2005 covers the different input requirements catering for national and international practices and support of cultural and linguistic diversity; the recognition of requirements regarding comfort of use (for any user, including children, elderly and disabled people), and improved user productivity related to inputting data; enhancements of keyboards and related input devices and methods required for new emerging phenomena such as Internet, multimedia, virtual reality; virtual input requirements; labelling issues (soft [LCD] and hard, permanent and temporary labels), function symbols and icons.

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Within the general scope described in ISO/IEC 9995-1, ISO/IEC 9995-7:2002 specifies symbols for functions found on any type of numeric, alphanumeric or composite keyboards. Each of these symbols is intended to be considered as universal and non-language related equivalent of names for the function they represent. Names of functions and descriptions are given in English and French.

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Within the general scope described in part 1 of ISO/IEC 9995, this part of ISO/IEC 9995 defines in Clause 5 the allocation on a keyboard of a set of graphic characters which, when used in combination with an existing national version keyboard layout or the complementary Latin group layout as defined in Clause 6 of this part of ISO/IEC 9995, allows the input of the character repertoire as defined by collection 281 (MES-1) specified in amendment 1 to ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000. NOTE The MES-1 repertoire permits the representation of 40 recognized European languages (plus Afrikaans) using a Latin-based alphabet. This part of ISO/IEC 9995 is primarily intended for word-processing and text-processing applications.

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Within the general scope described in part 1 of ISO/IEC 9995, this part of ISO/IEC 9995 specifies the alphanumeric section of a keyboard and the division of that section into zones, the arrangement, the number, and the location of the keys in the alphanumeric zone ZA0 of the alphanumeric section as well as the layout and allocation of several control functions to the keys in the function zones of the alphanumeric section.

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Within the general scope described in part 1 of ISO/IEC 9995 this part of ISO/IEC 9995 specifies the numeric section of a keyboard and the division of that section into zones. It specifies the arrangement, the number, and the location of the keys in the numeric zone ZN0 and in the function zones ZN1 to ZN6 of the numeric section, as well as the allocation of functions to the keys. The numeric zone ZN0 is to be used in keyboards for applications such as text and data processing; general office environment; banking; point of sales (POS); telematic services; telephony apparatus; home electronic systems; numerical control of machinery and equipment; input of personal identification number (PIN); etc. The function zones ZN1 to ZN6 are to be used in keyboards for applications such as data entry, text and data processing, general office environment, etc. NOTE Certain of these applications are under the responsibility of the ITU-T.

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Replaces the wording of some clauses and subclauses of ISO/IEC 9995:1994 and adds a new annex C.

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Defines symbols for functions found on any type of numeric, alphanumeric or composite keyboards. Each of these symbols is intended to be considered as universal and non-language related equivalent of names for the function they represent. Names of functions and descriptions are given in English and French.

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Specifies the allocation of letters to the keys of the numeric zone ZNO of a keyboard which has the ten digits zero to nine allocated in the "1-2-3"layout. The layout specified is intended for applications of information technology equipment keyboards where letters instead of digits are used for the mnemonic retention of numeric information.

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Dans le domaine d'application général de la partie 1 de l'ISO/CEI 9995, la présente partie de l'ISO/CEI 9995 décrit le module de fonctions d'un clavier et donne des indications sur la division de ce module en zones. Elle définit également l'agencement, le nombre et l'emplacement des touches des zones de fonction du module, ainsi que l'affectation de fonctions aux touches. La première édition de la présente partie de l'ISO/CEI 9995 n'affecte aucune fonction aux touches du module, à l'exception de la fonction de commande Échappement. Les fonctions affectées aux touches des autres modules sont définies dans les parties correspondantes de l'ISO/CEI 9995.

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Dans le domaine d'application général de la partie 1 de l'ISO/CEI 9995, la présente partie de l'ISO/CEI 9995 décrit le module d'édition d'un clavier et donne des indications sur la division de ce module en zones. Elle définit également la zone de commande de déplacement du curseur (ZE0) du module d'édition et l'affectation des fonctions aux touches. De plus, la présente partie spécifie l'agencement, le nombre et l'emplacement des touches des zones d'édition (ZE1 et ZE2) du module d'édition, ainsi que l'affectation de fonctions aux touches.

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Dans le domaine d'application général de la partie 1 de l'ISO/CEI 9995, la présente partie de l'ISO/CEI 9995 décrit le module alphanumérique d'un clavier et donne des indications sur la division de ce module en zones. Elle définit également l'agencement, le nombre et l'emplacement des touches de la zone alphanumérique ZAO du module, ainsi que la disposition et l'affectation de plusieurs fonctions de commande aux touches des zones de fonction du module.

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Defines the allocation on a keyboard of a set of graphic characters which, when used in combination with an existing national version keyboard layout or the complementary Latin group layout allows the input of the full graphic character repertoire. Primarily intended for word-processing and text-processing applications.

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Dans le domaine d'application général de la partie 1 de l'ISO/CEI 9995, la présente partie de l'ISO/CEI 9995 décrit le module numérique d'un clavier et donne des indications sur la division de ce module en zones. Elle définit également l'agencement, le nombre et l'emplacement des touches de la zone numérique ZNO et des zones de fonction ZN1 à ZN6 du module numérique, ainsi que l'affectation de fonctions aux touches. La zone numérique ZNO doit servir aux applications comme le traitement de texte et de données, l'environnement bureautique général, la banque, les points de vente, les services télématiques, les appareils téléphoniques, les systèmes électroniques domestiques, la commande numérique de machines et d'équipements, l'entrée d'un numéro personnel d'identification, etc. Les zones de fonctions ZN1 à ZN6 doivent être utilisées dans des applications telles que la saisie, le traitement de données et de texte, l'environnement bureautique général, etc. NOTE 1 Certaines de ces applications se trouvent sous la responsabilité de l'UIT-T.

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Specifies various characteristics of keyboards. Identifies the sections of the keybord and specifies the general shape and relative placement of the sections. Covers spacing of keys and physical characteristics. Specifies a key numbering system which applies to all types of numeric, alphanumeric and composite keybords of ITE. Specifies the principles governing the placement of characters and symbols on keys used on all types of these keyboards. Defines characteristics related to interface 1 in figure 1.

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