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Subject: RE: [egov] Convergent Standards Listing
May I suggest that you also add the reference to the UN/CEFACT ebXML Core
Components Tech Spec (CCTS) which includes a syntax neutral, ISO 1179
compliant, data naming convention aimed specifically at achieving the widest
possible semantic interoperability.
Also, whilst on the subject of OASIS TC co-operation you and your colleagues
may well be interested to check out the UBL XML naming and design rules
which are compliant to the UN/CEFACT ebXML CCTS and which also include a
significant code list implementation paper.
Lastly, the UBL Library work has built a spreadsheet to schema methodology
which is also CCTS compliant and which links the relevant underlying UML
process model to the final schema structures via the ebXML CCTS and the UBL
naming and design rules. Whilst this work is presently centred on the
procurement arena the methodology has the potential to be useful in many
other XML spheres as well.
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Subject: [egov] Convergent Standards Listing
I've added a couple of names to the address list due to recent
exchanges about using and referencing standards, schemata both XML
and RDF, and cross-TC issues and concerns. This is final version,
except for proofreading, at this stage of the listing of relevant
standards that I've researched in regard to the Human Physical
Characteristics Description Markup Language (HPCDML) and its
projected intersections with Human Behavior Representation, Emergency
Services and Public Health. I have focused on Emergency Services
rather than Public Safety per se, but I hope any significant
deficiencies in that area that could be helpful to those concerned
specifically with Public Safety beyond Emergency Services will be
pointed out to us, and we will certainly remedy the insufficiencies.
I also want to point out one more time that this is just the starting
point as best I can establish it at this time.
Thanks, and any comments and suggestions are welcome.
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