ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC34 N222
ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC34/WG3
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|TITLE:||Recommendations of May 2001 Meeting of ISO/IEC JTC1/SC34/WG3 in Berlin|
|STATUS:||Recommendations of WG3 meeting in Berlin|
|DISTRIBUTION:||SC34 and Liaisons|
Recommendations of May 2001 Meeting of ISO/IEC JTC1/SC34/WG3 in Berlin
1. ISO 13250: XML Representation for Topic Maps
WG3 submits N220 as a defect report on ISO/IEC 13250 and new text for a proposed remedy, and requests that it be forwarded to JTC1 for ballot.
2. ISO 13250: Topic Map Processing Model
WG3 instructs the editors of 13250 to initiate work on the development of a data model for topic maps, that will provide the underpinnings necessary for TMQL and the Topic Map Constraint Language, and the basis for explaining the processing of topic map documents conforming to the interchange syntaxes.
3. Topic Map Query Language
WG3 submits N227 as draft requirements for TMQL.
WG3 proposes Hans Holger Rath (Germany) and Lars Marius Garshol (Norway) as editors of Topic Map Query Language (TMQL) and instructs them to produce a final requirements document for TMQL, and to prepare a response to comments from the National Bodies of the UK, US, and Japan.
4. Topic Map Conceptual Model
WG3 proposes Daniel Rivers-Moore (UK) as editor of TRxxx (Topic Map Conceptual Model) and instructs him to prepare a response to comments from the National Bodies of the UK, US, and Japan.
5. Proposal of Topic Map Constraint Language
WG3 submits N221 as a New Project Proposal for a Topic Map Constraint Language to support ISO/IEC 13250. SC34 requests its secretariat to forward this document to JTC1 for ballot. WG3 submits N226 as draft requirements, proposes Steve Pepper (Norway) as acting editor and instructs the acting editor to prepare a final requirements document.
6. WG3 and the related Meetings Schedule
- WG3 meeting
August 11, 2001 in Montreal, Canada (in connection with the GCA's Extreme Markup 2001 conference)
- WG3 meeting
December 8-9, 2001 in Orlando, Florida (in connection with the next SC34 plenary at GCA's XML 2001 conference).