ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 N 2527
ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24/WG 8  N 0324

SEDRIS functional specification

ISO/IEC Committee Draft 2 18023-1

This document is ISO/IEC 18023-1, the SEDRIS functional specification.¬† The full title of this International Standard is: Information technology — Computer graphics and image processing — SEDRIS — Part 1:¬† Functional specification.

Background

Clauses

Annexes

Foreword

1 Scope

A UML diagrams

Introduction

2 Normative references

B Example transmittal

 

3 Definitions, acronyms, and abbreviations

C Media format references

 

4 Concepts

Bibliography

 

5 Fundamental data types

 

 

6 DRM classes

 

 

7 Application program interface (API)

 

 

8 Conformance

 

The Foreword provides background on the standards process for ISO/IEC 18023. The Introduction describes the purpose and characteristics of SEDRIS. The following clauses define this part of ISO/IEC 18023:

  1. Scope defines the problem area that this part of ISO/IEC 18023 addresses.
  2. Normative references lists the normative references.
  3. Definitions, acronyms, and abbreviations defines the terms used within this part of ISO/IEC 18023.
  4. Concepts describes various fundamentals of this part of ISO/IEC 18023.
  5. Fundamental data types defines the abstract data types used by this part of ISO/IEC 18023.
  6. DRM classes defines the classes of objects supported by this part of ISO/IEC 18023.
  7. Application program interface (API) defines the abstract functions used by this part of ISO/IEC 18023 to access data.
  8. Conformance specifies the criteria by which implementations of this part of ISO/IEC 18023 can claim conformance.

There are several annexes included in this part of ISO/IEC 18023:

  1. UML diagrams provides UML diagrams that show the relationships between all SEDRIS objects.
  2. Example transmittal contains a simple transmittal to demonstrate the use of SEDRIS technology.
  3. Media format references contains a list of the various media formats along with a reference to the associated specification.

Bibliography lists publications which provide related additional information.