• INCITS/ISO/IEC 15944-5 : 2008(R2013)

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    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - BUSINESS OPERATIONAL VIEW - PART 5: IDENTIFICATION AND REFERENCING OF REQUIREMENTS OF JURISDICTIONAL DOMAINS AS SOURCES OF EXTERNAL CONSTRAINTS

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    Published date:  01-12-2013

    Publisher:  Information Technology Industry Council

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    Index of Figures
    Foreword
    0 Introduction
      0.1 Purpose and overview
          0.1.1 ISO/IEC 14662 'Open-edi Reference Model'
          0.1.2 ISO/IEC 15944-1 'Business Agreement Semantic
                Descriptive Techniques'
      0.2 Use of 'Person', 'organization' and 'party' in the
          context of business transactions and commitment exchange
      0.3 Importance and role of terms and definitions
      0.4 Importance of the two classes of constraints of the
          Business Transaction Model (BTM)
      0.5 Standard based on rules and guidelines
      0.6 Use of 'jurisdictional domain' and 'jurisdiction'
          (and 'country') in the context of business transactions
          and commitment exchange
      0.7 Use of 'identifier' as 'identifier (in business transactions)'
      0.8 Organization and description of this part of ISO/IEC 15944
    1 Scope
      1.1 Statement of scope
      1.2 Exclusions
          1.2.1 Mutual recognition of jurisdictional domain by other
                jurisdictional domains
          1.2.2 Formation of jurisdictional domains
          1.2.3 'Overlap' of and/or conflict among jurisdictional
                domains as sources of external constraints
          1.2.4 Artificial languages, programming languages,
                mark-up languages, etc
      1.3 Aspects not currently addressed
      1.4 IT systems environment neutrality
    2 Normative references
      2.1 ISO/IEC, ISO and ITU
      2.2 Referenced specifications
    3 Terms and definitions
    4 Symbols and abbreviations
    5 Fundamental principles and assumptions
      5.1 Introduction
      5.2 Key constructs
          5.2.1 Principles and rules
          5.2.2 Collaboration space - internal constraints only
          5.2.3 Collaboration space - the role of 'regulator'
                representing 'external constraints'
      5.3 Jurisdictional domain as a source of external constraints
      5.4 Jurisdictional domains as 'Persons' and 'public
          administrations'
      5.5 UN member states as 'pivot' jurisdictional domains
      5.6 Jurisdictional domains as 'peers'
      5.7 Identification and mapping of external constraints to
          business transactions, scenarios and their components
          as business objects
    6 Principal requirements of jurisdictional domains
      6.1 Introduction
      6.2 Jurisdictional domains and official languages
          6.2.1 Introduction - choice of use of language
                (in a business transaction)
          6.2.2 Jurisdictional domain as an external constraint
                on choice of language(s)
          6.2.3 What is an 'official language?'
          6.2.4 What is a 'de facto language'?
          6.2.5 What is a 'legally recognized language (LRL)'?
          6.2.6 Gender and official languages
          6.2.7 Official languages and human interchange equivalents
                (HIEs) of semantic components
          6.2.8 UN member states and their official (or de facto)
                languages
          6.2.9 International organizations and official languages
      6.3 Jurisdictional domains and public policy requirements
          6.3.1 Introduction
          6.3.2 Person and external constraints: consumer protection
          6.3.3 Privacy protection
          6.3.4 Individual accessibility
          6.3.5 Human rights
      6.4 Jurisdictional domains and identification systems
      6.5 Jurisdictional domains and classification systems
      6.6 Jurisdictional domains and the components of a business
          transaction
          6.6.1 Introduction
          6.6.2 Person component
                6.6.2.1 Introduction
                6.6.2.2 Role qualification of a Person
                6.6.2.3 Personae as legally recognized names (LRNs)
                6.6.2.4 Truncation of a persona
          6.6.3 Process component
          6.6.4 Data component
                6.6.4.1 General
                6.6.4.2 Record retention
                6.6.4.3 State Changes
                6.6.4.4 Business transaction identifier (BTI)
                6.6.4.5 Date/time referencing
    7 Rules governing the formation and identification of jurisdictional
      domains
      7.1 Introduction
      7.2 As single entities - UN member states
      7.3 Jurisdictional domains resulting from international treaties
          7.3.1 Treaties as jurisdictional domains and their registration
          7.3.2 Bilateral treaties
          7.3.3 Plurilateral treaties
          7.3.4 Multilateral treaties (or conventions)
      7.4 As a supranational organization
      7.5 As an international organization
      7.6 As a regional entity
      7.7 As sub-types of a UN member state
      7.8 Unambiguous identification and referencing of jurisdictional
          domains
          7.8.1 Introduction
          7.8.2 Unambiguous identification and referencing UN member
                states including their administrative sub-divisions
          7.8.3 Unambiguous identification and referencing of
                jurisdictional domains resulting from legally binding
                treaties
    8 Template for the identification of external constraints
      of jurisdictional domains
      8.1 Introduction and basic principles
      8.2 Template structure and contents
      8.3 Template for specifying the scope of an open-edi scenario
      8.4 Consolidated template of attributes of Open-edi scenarios,
          roles and information bundles
    Annex A (normative) - Consolidated list of terms and definitions
                          with cultural adaptability: ISO English and
                          ISO French language equivalency
            A.1 Introduction
            A.2 ISO English and ISO French
            A.3 Cultural adaptability and quality control
            A.4 List of terms in French alphabetical order
            A.5 Organization of Annex A, 'Consolidated matrix of terms
                and definitions
            A.6 Consolidated Matrix of ISO/IEC 15944-4 Terms and
                Definitions in English and French
    Annex B (normative) - Consolidated set of rules of ISO/IEC
                          15944-1:2002 governing business transactions,
                          their scoping and specification as Open-edi
                          scenarios and their components of particular
                          relevance to 'external constraints'
            B.1 Introduction
            B.2 Organization of Annex B: consolidated list in matrix
                form
            B.3 Consolidated list of rules in ISO/IEC 15944-1:2002
                pertaining to external constraints
    Annex C (normative) - BusinessTransaction Model (BTM): classes of
                          constraints
    Annex D (normative) - Unambiguous semantic components and
                          jurisdictional domains: Standard default
                          convention for the identification,
                          interworking and referencing of combinations
                          of codes representing countries, languages,
                          and currencies
            D.1 Introduction
            D.2 Purpose
            D.3 Exclusions to Annex D
            D.4 Current issues and approach taken
                D.4.1 Summary of nature of issues pertaining to
                      interworking of codes representing countries,
                      languages, and currencies
                      D.4.1.1 ISO 3166-1 'Country Codes'
                      D.4.1.2 ISO 639-2 'Language Codes'
                      D.4.1.3 ISO 4217 'Currency Codes'
                D.4.2 Principles governing approach taken
            D.5 Common default conventions
                D.5.1 Default convention #1 for the unambiguous
                      Identification and referencing of combinations of
                      codes representing countries, languages and
                      currencies
                D.5.2 Default convention #2 for the ordering of codes
                      representing countries, languages and currencies
            D.6 Application of default convention #1 for identifying codes
                representing countries, languages and currencies with
                default convention #2 for ordering them
    Annex E (informative) - Codes representing UN member states and
                            their official (or de facto) languages
            E.1 Introduction to Annex E
            E.2 Purpose of Annex E
            E.3 Exclusions to Annex E
            E.4 Organization of Annex E
            E.5 Informative notes
            E.6 15944-5:08 coded domain of 'codes representing UN
                member states and their official (or de facto) languages'
    Annex F (informative) - Examples of multiple human interface
                            equivalents (HIE) for a single IT-interface
                            identifier
            F.1 Purpose and use of Annex F
            F.2 Example 1: taken from ISO 19135:2005(E)
            F.3 Example 2: Taken from ISO/IEC 5218:2004
    Annex G (informative) - Examples of various ontologies resulting from
                            modelling business scenarios with (1) internal
                            constraints only; and, (2) with external
                            constraints: use case - 'buyer', 'seller',
                            'third party' and 'regulator'
            G.1 Introduction
            G.2 Modelling buyer, seller and third party - internal
                constraints only
            G.3 Modelling buyer, seller and regulator
            G.4 Modelling buyer, seller and regulator using a third party
    Annex H (informative) - Levels of international regulatory regimes
    Annex I (informative) - Example of classification system: Harmonized
                            System (HS) nomenclature of the World Customs
                            Organization (WCO)
    Annex J (informative) - Coded domain for non-UN member states listed
                            in ISO 3166-1:1997
            J.1 Introduction
            J.2 Organization of Annex J - Coded domain '15944-5:09'
            J.3 ISO/IEC 15944-5:08 Codes representing non-UN member
                states listed in ISO 3166-1
    Annex K (informative) - Examples of the need for specifying gender of
                            terms and nouns to ensure unambiguity in use
                            of an official language
            K.1 Introduction
            K.2 Organization of the Annex K matrix
            K.3 Examples of the same word having two gender forms and
                two different meanings
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    Presents the key concepts required for addressing the legal environment in developing the Business Operational View of business transactions and scenarios which involve and are required to support external constraints.

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    Committee L8
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Information Technology Industry Council
    Status Current

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