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Committee: IST/41 Document description and processing language

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Under the direction of the British Electrotechnical Committee and the Standards Policy and Strategy Committee, is responsible for standards for document description and processing languages and represents the UK in the work of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34, which maintains and develops standards for SGML (and extensions to support HTML and XML), DSDL, HyTime, ISMID and presentation standards such as SPDL and DSSSL.

Standards in development (12)

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Standard TitleStatus
BS ISO/IEC 10036 information interchange -- Procedures for registration of font-related identifiersPublication
BS ISO/IEC 13250-1 Information Technology -- Topic Maps Part 1: Overview and Basic ConceptsAccepted
BS ISO/IEC 18048 Information technology - Topic Maps - Query Language (TMQL)Public Comment
BS ISO/IEC 19757-3 Information Technology - Document Schema Definition Languages (DSDL) Part 3: Rule-based validation - SchematronPublic Comment
BS ISO/IEC 19757-7 Information technology - Document Schema Definition Languages (DSDL) Part 7: Character Repertoire Description Language (CREPDL)Public Comment
BS ISO/IEC 19757-7 Information technology -- Document Schema Definition Languages (DSDL) Part 7: Character Repertoire Description Language (CREPDL)Publication
BS ISO/IEC 21320-1 Information technology - Document Container File Part 1: CorePublication
BS ISO/IEC 30114-1 Information technology - Extensions of Office Open XML File Formats Part 1: GuidelinesAccepted
BS ISO/IEC 30114-2 Information technology - Extensions of Office Open XML Part 2: Character Repertoire CheckingAccepted
BS ISO/IEC 9541-1:2012/Amd 1 Information technology - Font information interchange Part 1: Architecture - Amendment 1Accepted
PD ISO/IEC/TR 29111 Information Technology - Topic Maps - Expressing Dublin Core Metadata using Topic MapsAccepted
PD ISO/IEC/TR 9573-11:2004/AMD 1 Information technology - SGML support facilities Part 11: Structure descriptions and style specifications for standard document interchange Amendment 1: Authoring structure and style specificationAccepted

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Published standards (41)

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Standard referenceNameStatus
BS ISO/IEC TR 9573-13:1991Information processing. SGML support facilities. Techniques for using SGML - Public entity sets for mathematics and scienceCurrent
BS ISO/IEC TR 9573-11:1992Information processing. SGML support facilities. Techniques for using SGML - Application at ISO Central Secretariat for International Standards and Technical ReportsCurrent
DD ENV 1285:1995Information processing. Techniques for using SGML. Application for European standardsWithdrawn
PD ISO/IEC TR 29166:2011Information technology. Document description and processing languages. Guidelines for translation between ISO/IEC 26300 and ISO/IEC 29500 document formatsCurrent
PD ISO/IEC TR 24754-2:2011Information technology. Document description and processing languages. Minimum requirements for specifying document rendering systems - Formatting specifications for document rendering systems Current
BS ISO/IEC 24754-1:2008Information technology. Document description and processing languages. Minimum requirements for specifying document rendering systems - Feature specifications for document rendering systemsCurrent
BS ISO/IEC 29500 PARTS 1-4:2011Information technology. Document description and processing languages. Office Open XML File FormatsWithdrawn
BS ISO/IEC 29500 PARTS 1-4:2012Information technology. Document description and processing languages. Office Open XML File Formats - Part 1. Fundamentals and Markup Language Reference. Part 2. Open Packaging Conventions. Part 3. Markup Compatibility and Extensibility. Part 4. Transitional Migration FeaturesCurrent
BS ISO/IEC 29500-3:2015Information technology. Document description and processing languages. Office Open XML File Formats - Markup Compatibility and ExtensibilityCurrent
BS ISO/IEC 19757-2:2003Information technology. Document Schema Definition Language (DSDL) - Regular-grammar-based validation. RELAX NGWithdrawn
BS ISO/IEC 19757-2:2008Information technology. Document schema definition language (DSDL) - Regular-grammer-based validation. RELAX NGCurrent
BS ISO/IEC 19757-4:2006Information technology. Document schema definition languages (DSDL) - Namespace-based validation dispatching language (NVDL)Current
BS ISO/IEC 19757-11:2011Information technology. Document schema definition languages (DSDL) - Schema association Current
BS ISO/IEC 19757-9:2008Information technology. Document schema definition languages (DSDL) - Namespace and datatype declaration in document type definitions (DTDs)Current
BS ISO/IEC 19757-3:2006Information technology. Document schema definition languages (DSDL) - Rule-based validation. SchematronCurrent, Work in Hand
BS ISO/IEC 19757-5:2011Information technology. Document schema definition languages (DSDL) - Extensible datatypes Current
BS ISO/IEC 19757-7:2009Information technology. Document schema definition languages (DSDL) - Character repertoire description language (CREPDL)Current
BS ISO/IEC 19757-8:2008Information technology. Document Schema Definition Languages (DSDL) - Document Semantics Renaming Language (DSRL)Current
BS ISO/IEC 9541-3:1994+A2:2009Information technology. Font information interchange - Glyph shape representationWithdrawn
BS ISO/IEC 9541-2:1991+A2:2009Information technology. Font information interchange - Interchange formatWithdrawn
BS ISO/IEC 9541-4:2009Information technology. Font information interchange - Harmonization to open font formatCurrent
BS ISO/IEC 9541-1:1991+A4:2009Information technology. Font information interchange - ArchitectureWithdrawn
BS ISO/IEC 9541-1:2012Information technology. Font information interchange - ArchitectureCurrent
BS ISO/IEC 9541-2:2012Information technology. Font information interchange - Interchange formatCurrent
BS ISO/IEC 9541-3:2013Information technology. Font information interchange - Glyph shape representationCurrent
BS ISO/IEC 10036:1996Information technology. Font information interchange. Procedures for registration of font-related identifiersCurrent
BS ISO/IEC 10744:1997Information technology. Hypermedia/time-based structuring language (HyTime)Current
BS ISO/IEC 26300:2006+A1:2012Information technology. Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) v1.0Withdrawn
BS ISO/IEC 26300-1:2015Information technology. Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) v1.2 - OpenDocument SchemaCurrent
BS ISO/IEC 26300-2:2015Information technology. Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) v1.2 - Recalculated Formula (OpenFormula) FormatCurrent
BS ISO/IEC 26300-3:2015Information technology. Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) v1.2 - PackagesCurrent
BS ISO/IEC TR 10037:1991Information technology. SGML and Text-entry Systems. Guidelines for SGML Syntax-Directed Editing SystemsCurrent
BS ISO/IEC 13250:2000Information technology. SGML applications. Topic mapsWithdrawn
BS EN 29070:1993Information technology. SGML support facilities. Registration procedures for public text owner identifiersWithdrawn
BS ISO/IEC 13250-2:2006Information technology. Topic maps - Data modelCurrent
BS ISO/IEC 13250-3:2007Information technology. Topic maps - XML syntaxWithdrawn
BS ISO/IEC 13250-4:2009Information technology. Topic maps - CanonicalizationCurrent
BS ISO/IEC 13250-3:2013Information technology. Topic Maps - XML syntaxCurrent
BS ISO/IEC 13250-6:2010Information technology. Topic Maps - Compact syntaxCurrent
BS ISO/IEC 13250-5:2015Information technology. Topic Maps - Reference modelCurrent
BS ISO/IEC 19756:2011Information technology. Topic maps. Constraint language (TMCL)Current

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I B M UK Ltd
Microsoft Limited
Griffin Brown Digital Publishing Ltd
FLOSS UK
Individual Capacity - Document Processing Languages
Individual Capacity - Document Applications (XML)
Individual Capacity - Datawatch International Ltd
Individual Capacity - XML Expert

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