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  • I.S. CWA 15556-3:2006

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    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION - PART 3: RESULTS OF DEVELOPMENT IN HARMONIZATION OF PRODUCT CLASSIFICATIONS AND IN MULTILINGUAL ELECTRONIC CATALOGUES AND THEIR RESPECTIVE DATA MODELLING

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Withdrawn date:  09-06-2016

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  25-08-2006

    Publisher:  National Standards Authority of Ireland

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    Foreword
    1 Introduction
    2 References
    3 Organisation of the Harmonization Process
      3.1 Business rules to operate a joint working committee
      3.2 Assign classes to specific organizations
      3.3 Financial aspects for the future maintenance
          of harmonization
    4 Toolset for maintaining the system of product classifications
      4.1 Data repository
      4.2 Website
    5 XML schemas to be used for the maintenance process: OntoML
      5.1 OntoML creation
      5.2 OntoML structure global overview
          5.2.1 Ontology XML schema
          5.2.2 Instances XML Schema
          5.2.3 Catalogue XML Schema
      5.3 Ontology OntoML Schema
          5.3.1 Reference mechanism
          5.3.2 Translations representation
          5.3.3 External resources
          5.3.4 Ontology identification
          5.3.5 Global/Upper level
          5.3.6 Class representation
          5.3.7 Property representation
          5.3.8 Data type system
          5.3.9 Named type structure
          5.3.10 Document structure
      5.4 Instances OntoML Schema
      5.5 Catalogue OntoML Schema
      5.6 Example: catalogue description of a washer parts family
    6 Relationship with UN/CEFACT
      6.1 Identification mechanism
          6.1.1 Information provider identification
          6.1.2 OPI
          6.1.3 Ontology entry identification
          6.1.4 Representation in cCAT
      6.2 Technical properties/values representation
    7 Web services
      7.1 Generic business protocols
          7.1.1 BP1: request_supplier_identification (SOS)
          7.1.2 BP2: request_ontology_entry_definition (CNS)
          7.1.3 BP3: request_ontology_class (CNS)
          7.1.4 BP4: request_ontology_property (CNS)
          7.1.5 BP5: request_ontology_domain (CNS)
          7.1.6 BP6: request_ontology_individual (CNS)
          7.1.7 BP7: request_ontology_subset (OS)
    8 Methodology for Harmonization
      8.1 Gathering of relevant information sources
      8.2 Definition of elements for analysis
      8.3 Comparison of elements
      8.4 Propose changes to given product classifications
    9 Multilingual electronic catalogues and their respective
      data modelling
    Annex A OntoML Schema
    Annex B XML document based on OntoML
    Annex C German Independent Automotive Aftermarket
            Abstract
            Introduction
            Analysis of product classifications in the
            automotive aftermarket
            Conclusion
    Annex D Table of product classification systems and
            their structure

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    Specifies the setting up of a process for a joint working committee dealing with harmonization of product classifications.

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    Document Type Standard
    Publisher National Standards Authority of Ireland
    Status Withdrawn

    Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    ISO 13584-24:2003 Industrial automation systems and integration Parts library Part 24: Logical resource: Logical model of supplier library
    IEC 61360-4:2005 Standard data element types with associated classification scheme for electric components - Part 4: IEC reference collection of standard data element types and component classes
    IEC 61360-2:2012 Standard data element types with associated classification scheme for electric components - Part 2: EXPRESS dictionary schema
    IEC 61360-1:2017 Standard data element types with associated classification scheme - Part 1: Definitions - Principles and methods
    ISO 13584-42:2010 Industrial automation systems and integration — Parts library — Part 42: Description methodology: Methodology for structuring parts families
    IEC 61360-5:2004 Standard data element types with associated classification scheme for electric components - Part 5: Extensions to the EXPRESS dictionary schema
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