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- Title:
- Information Processing -- Text and office systems -- Using SGML Public Identifiers for Specifying Data Notations
- Source:
- ISO JTC1/WG4
- Project:
- SGML Rapporteur Group
- Status of Document:
- Revised Draft Technical Report
- Requested action:
- Review by national bodies
- Summary of major points:
- Standardized public identifiers for data encodings defined in international standards, including those published by ITU, SMPTE and NBS.
- Distribution:
- National bodies participating in or observing the activities of JTC/WG4.

The Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML), which is defined in ISO/IEC 8879, allows structured data to be interchanged between computer systems in a format that is independent of the applications creating or using the data. While the processing of text characters is fully defined in the standard, the processing of non-SGML data embedded within an SGML document is simply handled by passing the data to an appropriate processor.

Non-SGML data components are identified as being encoded using a specific notation. The naming of such notations is user-definable: each notation is assigned a name which can be associated with public and/or system identifiers. Public identifiers allow notation processors to be identified in a system independent manner. System identifiers allow the processor used on the creating system to be identified.

When SGML documents containing non-SGML data are exchanged between computer systems it is necessary to build tables that link each notation with particular processes in the application. Where public identifiers are used these tables can be defined in an entity called a 'catalog' that links the public identifier with a notation processor. Where the notation declarations contain system identifiers, these must be changed individually if the receiving system does not contain the same notation processors as the originating system.

The process of building catalogs can be greatly simplified if the public identifiers used to identify notation processors are shared by applications. This technical report provides a starter set of both notation names and public identifiers which can be used to indicate the coding used for data that conforms to internationally agreed standards published by bodies such as ISO, IEC, ITU and SMPTE. While the notations names are purely advisory, the public identifiers are defined according to the rules for naming ISO standards defined in ISO 8879 and ISO 9070. These forms should be common to all applications that use formal public identifiers.

This ISO Technical Report will facilitate the interchange of data encoded using internationally standardized data formats by providing a set of ISO/IEC 9070:1991 public text object identifiers and ISO 8879 notation declarations that different applications can reference to identify the use of such data formats.

The public text object identifiers provided in this technical report have been based on the title assigned to the relevant standard in the the ISO catalogue and the catalogues of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) and the Comité Consultatif Internationale de Téléphones et Télégraphes (CCITT).

Note 1: It has proved impossible to include de-facto standards in this version of this technical report due to the unwillingness of devlopers to agree to a common form of referencing. We recommend that such standards be identified, wherever possible, by the ISBN of a published document that contains a formal definition of the data format. Where there is no formally published definition of a data format, the developer of the format should be asked to register an identifier with ISO, or define an ISO/IEC 9573-9 ISO 9070 public text object identifier that would be the preferred method of referring to the data format.

- ISO 8879:1986
- ISO 9070:1991

ISO/IEC 9070:1991 provides methods for identifying data formats by reference to:

- a definition published in a dated ISO standard
- a definition published in a document assigned a unique International Standard Book Number (ISBN) or publishers identifier
- a definition formally registered with an ISO Registration Authority
- a definition based on an ISO 2375 conformant ISO Registration Number
- a definition defined by an ISO member body authority identified using an ISO 3166 2-character country identifier
- a definition of an ISO identified organization authority based on an ISO 6523 conformant International Code Designator (ICD)
- a definition informally registered by a particular company.

Note 2: The above list is ordered according to the precision provided by the public identifier. A dated ISO reference is more specific than an undated ISBN reference. An ISO registered public identifier is more formally defined than an ISO/IEC 9573-9 identifier, but neither requires the specification of the data notation to be available to the general public, which ISO and ISBN numbers require (through copyright libraries, etc).

Because ISO/IEC 9070 restricts the length of object names to 100 characters (including spaces) it has proved necessary to shorten some of the titles used as names to identify international standards within ISO/IEC 9070 public identifiers.

To encourage use of these names in document type definitions conforming to ISO 8879 and its associated standards, including the Hypermedia/Time-based Structuring Language which is defined in ISO 10744, an SGML notation declaration has also been prepared for each notation identified in this Technical Report. Each SGML notation declaration has the following components:

- a markup declaration open sequence (
`<!`

) - a keyword identifying it as a notation declaration (
`NOTATION`

) - a name of not more than 8 characters identifying the notation (e.g.
`FORTRAN`

) - a keyword identifying that the name is defined using a public identifier
(
`PUBLIC`

) - a delimited string containing the full title of the relevant standard
- a markup declaration close delimiter (
`>`

).

Note 3: The names assigned to each notation in the SGML notation declaration are only suggestions indicating commonly used short identifiers for these notations.

The full names of standards can normally be utilised in SGML notation declarations where, once SGML had reduced multiple spaces and line-endings to a single space, a literal length of 240 is the default.

The ISO 9070 public text object identifiers defined in this technical report have been grouped under the following headings:

- Document interchange standards
- Audiovisual/moving image compression standards
- Still image compression standards
- Audio interchange standards
- Telecommunications standards
- Programming languages
- Miscellaneous standards.

DSSSL:

`ISO/IEC 10179:1996//NOTATION Document Style Semantics and Specification Language (DSSSL)`

EDIFACT:

`ISO 9735:1988//NOTATION Electronic data interchange for administration, commerce and transport`

HyTime:

`ISO/IEC 10744:1992//NOTATION Hypermedia/Time-based Structuring Language (HyTime)`

ISO chemistry:

`ISO/IEC TR9573-11:1992//NOTATION Techniques for using SGML - Chemistry Markup`

ISO maths:

`ISO/IEC TR9573:1988//NOTATION Techniques for using SGML - Mathematics Markup`

ODA:

`ISO/IEC 8613-10:1991//NOTATION Office Document Architecture (ODA) - Part 10: Formal specifications`

SDIF:

`ISO/IEC 9069:1988//NOTATION BER-encoded SGML Document Interchange Format (SDIF)`

SGML:

`ISO 8879:1986//NOTATION Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML)`

SPDL:

`ISO/IEC 10180:1995//NOTATION Standard Page Description Language (SPDL)`

ODA Video Content Architecture:

`ISO/IEC 8613-15:1995//NOTATION Video formatted processable content architecture`

MPEG-1 video:

`ISO/IEC 11172-2:1993//NOTATION Coding of moving pictures and audio at up to 1,5 Mbit/s - Part 2: Video`

MPEG-2 video:

`ISO/IEC 13818-2:1995//NOTATION Coding of moving pictures and associated audio: Part 2. Video`

MHEG:

`ISO/IEC 13522-1:1996//NOTATION Coded representation of multimedia and hypermedia objects: Part 1: MHEG objects`

MHEG scripts:

`ISO/IEC 13522-3:1996//NOTATION Coded representation of multimedia and hypermedia objects: Part 3: Script interchange`

CGM; binary encoding:

`ISO/IEC 8632-3:1992//NOTATION Metafile for the transfer of picture description information - Part 3: Binary encoding`

CGM; chararacter encoding:

`ISO/IEC 8632-2:1992//NOTATION Metafile for the transfer of picture description information - Part 2: Character encoding`

CGM; clear text encoding:

`ISO/IEC 8632-4:1992//NOTATION Metafile for the transfer of picture description information - Part 4: Clear text encoding`

GKS-3D:

`ISO 8805:1988//NOTATION Graphical Kernal System for Three Dimensions (GKS-3D)`

GKS:

`ISO 7942:1985//NOTATION Graphical Kernel System (GKS)`

ITU Group 3 fax:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Facsimile encoding schemes for group 3 facsimile apparatus`

ITU Group 4 fax:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Facsimile encoding schemes for group 4 facsimile apparatus`

ITU Group 4 fax; tiled raster:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Group 4 Facsimile Type 2 Tiled Raster`

ITU Group 4 fax; untiled raster:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Group 4 Facsimile Type 1 Untiled Raster`

NBS IGES:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Initial Graphics Exchange Specification (IGES)`

ISO9282:

`ISO/IEC 9282-2:1992//NOTATION Coded representation of pictures - Part 2: Incremental encoding of point lists`

JBIG:

`ISO/IEC 11544:1993//NOTATION Progressive bi-level image compression`

JPEG:

`ISO/IEC 10918:1993//NOTATION Digital Compression and Coding of Continuous-tone Still Images (JPEG)`

PHIGS; Archive file format:

`ISO/IEC 9592-2:1989//NOTATION Programmer's Hierarchical Interactive Graphics System - Part 2: Archive file format`

PHIGS; Clear text encoding:

`ISO/IEC 9592-3:1989//NOTATION Programmer's Hierarchical Interactive Graphics System - Part 3: Clear-text encoding`

PHIGS Plus:

`ISO/IEC 9592-4:1992//NOTATION Programmer's Hierarchical Interactive Graphics System - Part 4: Lumiere und Surfaces`

MPEG-1 audio:

`ISO/IEC 11172-3:1993//NOTATION Coding of moving pictures and audio at up to 1,5 Mbit/s - Part 3: Audio`

MPEG-2 audio:

`ISO/IEC 13818-3:1995//NOTATION Coding of moving pictures and associated audio: Part 3: Audio`

MPEG-2 advanced audio:

`ISO/IEC 13818-7:1997//Notation Coding of moving pictures and associated audio: Part 7: Advanced Audio Coding (AAC)`

ODAafp:

`ISO/IEC 8613-9:1993//NOTATION Open Document Architecture - Part 9: Audio formatted processable content architecture`

ITU 601:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Definition of analogue/digital video signals`

ITU 709:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Basic parameter values for the HDTV standard for international programme exchange`

ITU F310:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Broadband Videotext`

ITU F821:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Broadband TV Distribution`

ITU F822:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Broadband HDTV Distribution`

ITU G711:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Pulse code modulation (PCM) of voice frequencies`

ITU G721:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION 32kbit/s adaptive pulse code modulation (ADPCM)`

ITU G722:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION 7kHz audio-coding within 64kbit/s`

ITU J52:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Digital transmission of high quality sound programme signals`

ITU J80:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Transmission of component-coded digital TV signals at bit rates near 140 Mbit/s`

ITU J81:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Transmission of component-coded digital TV signals at 34-45 Mbit/s`

ITU MBTF:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Multipoint Binary File Transfer`

ITU MDD:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Multimedia Distribution Service`

ITU MDV:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Multimedia Delivery Service`

ITU T100:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Videotext`

ITU T120:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Transmission protocols for multimedia data communications`

MOTIS:

`ISO/IEC 10021-6:1990//NOTATION Message-Oriented Text Interchange Systems (MOTIS) - Part 6: Protocol Specifications`

RO-comms:

`ISO/IEC 9072-2:1989//NOTATION Remote operation - Part 2: Protocol specification//EN`

RT-comms:

`ISO/IEC 9066-2:1989//NOTATION Reliable transfer - Part 2: Protocol specification`

SMPTE 17.131:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Bit-Serial Digital Interface for High-Definition Television Systems`

SMPTE 125M:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATAION 10 Bit Component Video Signal 4:2:2 - Bit-Parallel Digital Interface`

SMPTE 259M:

`ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION 10 Bit 4:2:2 Component Digital Signals - Serial Digital Interface`

Ada:

`ISO 8652:1987//NOTATION Programming languages - Ada`

APL:

`ISO 8485:1989//NOTATION Programming languages - APL`

ASN.1:

`ISO/IEC 8824:1990//NOTATION Specification of Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1)`

Basic:

`ISO/IEC 10279:1991//NOTATION Programming languages - Full BASIC`

C:

`ISO/IEC 9899:1990//NOTATION Programming languages - C`

Cobol:

`ISO 1989:1985//NOTATION Programming languages - COBOL`

Fortran:

`ISO/IEC 1539:1991//NOTATION Programming languages - FORTRAN`

Modula:

`ISO/IEC 10514-1:1996//NOTATION Programming languages - Modula 2`

Pascal:

`ISO 7185:1990//NOTATION Programming languages - Pascal//EN`

PL/1:

`ISO 6160:1979//NOTATION Programming languages - PL/1`

Prolog:

`ISO 13211-1:1995//NOTATION Programming languages - Prolog`

DFR:

`ISO/IEC 10166-2:1991//NOTATION Document Filing and Retrieval (DFR) - Part 2: Protocol Specification`

DOAM:

`ISO/IEC 10031-2:1991//NOTATION Distributed-office-applications model - Part 2: Distinguished object reference`

DPA:

`ISO/IEC 10175:1996//NOTATION Document Printing Application (DPA)`

Fonts:

`ISO/IEC 9541-2:1991//NOTATION Font information interchange - Part 2: Interchange Format`

Public identifiers:

`ISO/IEC 9070:1987//NOTATION Registration Procedures for Public Text Owner Identifiers`

ISO 10367:

`ISO/IEC 10367:1991//NOTATION Standardized coded graphic character sets for use in 8-bit codes`

RDT:

`ISO/IEC 10740-2:1993//NOTATION Referenced Data Transfer - Part 2: Protocol specifications`

SQL:

`ISO/IEC 9075:1992//NOTATION Database languages - SQL`

Time:

`ISO 8601:1988//NOTATION Representation of dates and times`

The following ISO 8879 notation declarations can be used as shown in document type definitions (DTDs) written using the Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML):

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Part 4: Clear text encoding//EN" > <!NOTATION ADA PUBLIC "ISO 8652:1987//NOTATION Programming languages - Ada//EN" > <!NOTATION GKS-3D PUBLIC "ISO 8805:1988//NOTATION Information technology - Computer graphics - Graphical Kernal System for Three Dimensions (GKS-3D)//EN" > <!NOTATION ASN.1 PUBLIC "ISO/IEC 8824:1990//NOTATION Information technology - Open Systems Interconnection - Specification of Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1)//EN" > <!NOTATION SGML PUBLIC "ISO 8879:1986//NOTATION Information processing - Text and office systems - Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML)//EN" > <!NOTATION RT-comms PUBLIC "ISO/IEC 9066-2:1989//NOTATION Text communication - Reliable transfer - Part 2: Protocol specification//EN" > <!NOTATION SDIF PUBLIC "ISO/IEC 9069:1988//NOTATION Information processing - SGML support facilities - SGML Document Interchange Format (SDIF) - BER-encoded //EN" > <!NOTATION ISO9070 PUBLIC "ISO/IEC 9070:1987//NOTATION Information Processing - SGML Support Facilities - 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Programming languages - Part 1: Modula 2 Base Language//EN" > <!NOTATION RDT PUBLIC "ISO/IEC 10740-2:1993//NOTATION Information technology - Text and office systems - Referenced Data Transfer - Part 2: Protocol specifications//EN" > <!NOTATION HyTime PUBLIC "ISO/IEC 10744:1992//NOTATION Information technology - Hypermedia/Time-based Structuring Language (HyTime)//EN" > <!NOTATION JPEG PUBLIC "ISO/IEC 10918:1993//NOTATION Digital Compression and Coding of Continuous-tone Still Images (JPEG)//EN" > <!NOTATION MPEG1vid PUBLIC "ISO/IEC 11172-2:1993//NOTATION Information technology - Coding of moving pictures and associated audio for digital storage media at up to about 1,5 Mbit/s - Part 2: Video//EN" > <!NOTATION MPEG1aud PUBLIC "ISO/IEC 11172-3:1993//NOTATION Information technology - Coding of moving pictures and associated audio for digital storage media at up to about 1,5 Mbit/s - Part 3: Audio//EN" > <!NOTATION MPEG2vid PUBLIC "ISO/IEC 13818-2:1995//NOTATION Information technology - Coding of moving pictures and associated audio: Part 2: Video//EN" > <!NOTATION MPEG2aud PUBLIC "ISO/IEC 13818-3:1995//NOTATION Coding of moving pictures and associated audio: Part 3: Audio//EN" > <!NOTATION MPEG2AAC PUBLIC "ISO/IEC 13818-7:1997//NOTATION Coding of moving pictures and associated audio: Part 7: Advanced Audio Coding (AAC)//EN"> <!NOTATION JBIG PUBLIC "ISO/IEC 11544:1993//NOTATION Information technology - 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Bit-Parallel Digital Interface//EN" > <!NOTATION SMPTE259 PUBLIC "ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION 10 Bit 4:2:2 Component and 4fsc NTSC Composite Digital Signals - Serial Digital Interface//EN" > <!NOTATION SMPTE17 PUBLIC "ISO/IEC 9573-9//NOTATION Bit-Serial Digital Interface for High-Definition Television Systems//EN" >