ISO 22274 pdf download

ISO 22274 pdf download

ISO 22274 pdf download Systems to manage terminology, knowledge and content — Concept- related aspects for developing and internationalizing classification systems
This InternationalStandardestablishes basicprinciples and requirementsfor ensuringthat classificationsystems are suitable for worldwide application, considering such aspects as cultural and linguisticdiversity as well as market requirements. By applying principles relating to terminology work, thisnternational Standard provides guidelines for creating, handling, and using classification systems forinternationalenvironments.
This International Standard addresses the need in many domains for classification systems that areconcept based to ensure that they are suitable for worldwide use and can be adapted to specific usercommunities. lt provides information about the design, development, and use of classification systemsthat are fully enabled for diverse linguistic, cultural, and market-based environments.
This lnternational Standard primarily specifies the factors that need to be considered when creatingand populating a classification system for use in diverse linguistic environments. These factors includethe specification of principles for incorporating internationalization aspects into classification systemsand maintaining and using those aspects for the structuring of activities, products, services, agents, andother entities ofa company or organization.
The following are within the scope of this International Standard:
a)guidelines on information content to support internationalization of classification systems andtheir underlying concept systems;
b)terminological principles applicable to classification systems;
c) requirements for internationalization of classification systems;
considerations on workflow and administration of classification system content to supportdworldwide use.
The following are outside the scope of this International Standard:- providing formal data models for representing classification systems in machine-readable form; prescribing classification system content for specific business domains or products; harmonization of classification systems.
This International Standard is intended for those who develop content for classification systems. Thisincludes terminologists and content managers who are called upon to apply the principles ofterminologyworkto ensure that cultural and linguistic diversity are appropriately reflected in classification svstemsIt is also relevant for people who design and model appropriate IT tools.
NOTEFormal data models for implementation of classification systems in information technologyenvironments can be obtained from technical committees such as ISO/TC 184 or IEC/TC 3.
2 Normative references
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.
ISO 1087-1:2000, Terminology work — Vocabulary — Part 1: Theory and application
ISO/IEC 6523 (all parts), Information technology — Structure for the identification of organizations and organization parts
ISO/IEC 15418, Information technology — Automatic identification and data capture techniques — GS1 Application Identifiers and ASC MH10 Data Identifiers and maintenance
ISO/IEC 15459-6, Information technology — Automatic identification and data capture techniques — Unique identification — Part 6: Groupings
ISO/TS 29002-5, Industrial automation systems and integration — Exchange of characteristic data — Part 5: Identification scheme
ISO/IEC Directives, Supplement:2012, Procedures specific to IEC

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