ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC34 N0224
ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC34/WG1
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|TITLE:||Activity Report of the Project for Revising ISO/IEC TR 9573-11|
|PROJECT EDITOR:||Y. Komachi|
|ACTION:||Revising ISO/IEC TR 9573-11|
|DISTRIBUTION:||SC34 and Liaisons|
Activity Report of the Project for Revising ISO/IEC TR 9573-11
Responding to SC34 N196: Report of the Meeting of ISO/IEC JTC1/SC34/WG1, Markup Languages, 2-7 December 2000, Washington, DC USA, which includes:
Changes to Secretariat Report Part V: Project Status
Projects to be retainedCommittee and WG Target & Actual Dates Project # NP CD FCD DIS/FDIS IS ISO Designation Document N # Title Project Editor SC 34 / WG 01 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 15.07.02.11.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 91.07 ISO/IEC TR 9573-11 : 1992 Information technology - SGML Support Facilitiess - Techniques for using SGML - Part 11: Application at ISO Central Secretariat for International Standards and Technical Reports Dr. Yushi Komachi
the Project Editor started his works for revising ISO/IEC TR 9573-11. He visited ISO Central Office (ISO-CO) and identified that ISO-CO had a revised DTD (SGML-DTD ver.0.94) for publishing International Standards and Technical Reports.
Recognizing that ISO-CO requires XML-DTD corresponding to the SGML-DTD ver.0.94, he and his colleague developed an XML-DTD.
2.1 Original SGML-DTD and its XMLization
The XML-DTD was developed being based on the SGML-DTD version 0.94.
Major modifications for XMLization are:
- Comments within declaration are extracted to be separate comment statements.
- Characters are adjusted according to the XML rule of case sensitivity.
- All tags are described without omission.
- Each element is defined separately.
- All the attribute values are quoted.
- Attribute types NAME, NUMBER, and NUTOKEN are changed into NMTOKEN.
- The location of #PCDATA is changed into a head of declaration.
- Content models are modified without & separators.
- Characters defined by SDATA are changed into simple strings.
- Elements declarations are changed without exceptions.
- URIs are specified to the public identifies.
The XML-DTD was modularized for a more feasible DTD exchange. The modularization was carried out considering the logical structure of the original SGML-DTD (see Figure 1).
ITSIG/stdex94.dtd (MATH, ARTWORK, Figure, Terminology) +--- ITSIG/m12083.dtd (Formula) +--- ITSIG/tl93a.dtd (Terminology) +--- ITSIG/isonet10.dtd (ISONET) +--- ITSIG/se9573.dtd (Entities) | +--- ent9573/isolat1.ent, ent9573/isolat2.ent, ent9573/isonum.ent, | +--- ent9573/isodia.ent, ent9573/isopub.ent, ent9573/isobox.ent, | +--- ent9573/isotech.ent, ent9573/isogrk1.ent, ent9573/isogrk2.ent, | +--- ent9573/isogrk3.ent, ent9573/isogrk4.ent, ent9573/isocyr1.ent, | +--- ent9573/isocyr2.ent, ent9573/isoamsa.ent, ent9573/isoamsb.ent, | +--- ent9573/isoamsc.ent, ent9573/isoamsn.ent, ent9573/isoamso.ent, | +--- ent9573/isoamsr.ent, ent9573/isomfrk.ent, ent9573/isomopf.ent, | +--- ent9573/isomscr.ent, ent9573/isocs.ent +--- ITSIG/calstab.dtd (Table) +--- ITSIG/stdb94.dtd (NOTATION, parameter entities, structure, displayed elements, terminology list, figure, table, formula)
All the XML-DTD module files are zipped and attached as attach1.zip. They are shown bellow, where a file with the extension ".dtd" is a driver or a DTD module translated from the corresponding original SGML-DTD file and a file with ".mod" is a new DTD file developed for the modularized XML-DTD representation.
(1) stdex.dtd [DTD Driver] (2) stdex-model.mod [Model Module] (3) stdex-profile.mod [Profile Module] (4) isonet10.dtd [Isonet Module] (5) se9573.dtd [Entity] (6) stdex-base.mod [Base Element Module] (7) stdex-notation.mod [Notation] (8) stdex-tpage.mod [Title Page] (9) stdex-lpage.mod [Last Cover Page] (10) stdex-toc.mod [Table of Contents] (11) stdex-index.mod [Index] (12) stdex-foreword.mod [Foreword] (13) stdex-intro.mod [Introduction] (14) stdex-body.mod [Body] (15) stdex-annex.mod [Annex] (16) stdex-nest.mod [Nested Subdivisions] (17) stdex-disp.mod [Displayed Components] (18) stdex-tl-simple.mod [Terminology List Simple Module] (19) stdex-tl.mod [Terminology List Module] (20) stdex-inline.mod [Inline Components] (21) stdex-artwork-simple.mod [Artwork Simple Module] (22) stdex-artwork.mod [Artwork Module] (23) stdex-ref.mod [Referential Components] (24) stdex-float.mod [Float Components] (25) stdex-figure-default.mod [Figure Default Module] (26) stdex-figure.mod [Figure Module] (27) stdex-table.mod [Table] (28) calstab.dtd [Cals Table] (29) stdex-specific.mod [Very Specific Components] (30) stdex-math-simple.mod [Math Simple Module] (31) stdex-math.mod [Math Module] (32) stdex-math-extension.mod [Math Extension Module] (33) stdex-tol.mod [Tolerance] (34) stdex-chem.mod [Chemistry] (35) stdex-listing.mod [Listing Module]
The referencing relationship of the modules is illustrated in Figure 2.
stdex.dtd [DTD Driver] +--- stdex-model.mod [Model Module] +--- stdex-profile.mod [Profile Module] | +--- isonet10.dtd [Isonet Module] | +--- se9573.dtd [Entity] +--- stdex-base.mod [Base Element Module] | +--- stdex-notation.mod [Notation] | +--- stdex-tpage.mod [Title Page] | +--- stdex-lpage.mod [Last Cover Page] | +--- stdex-toc.mod [Table of Contents] | +--- stdex-index.mod [Index] | +--- stdex-foreword.mod [Foreword] | +--- stdex-intro.mod [Introduction] | +--- stdex-body.mod [Body] | +--- stdex-annex.mod [Annex] | +--- stdex-nest.mod [Nested Subdivisions] | +--- stdex-disp.mod [Displayed Components] | +--- stdex-tl.mod [Terminology List] | +--- stdex-inline.mod [Inline Components] | | +--- stdex-artwork.mod [Artwork] | +--- stdex-ref.mod [Referential Components] | +--- stdex-float.mod [Float Components] | | +--- stdex-figure.dtd [Figure] | | +--- stdex-table.dtd [Table] | | +--- calstab.dtd [Cals Table] | +--- stdex-specific.mod [Very Specific Components] | | +--- stdex-math.mod [Math] | | +--- stdex-math-extension.mod [Math Extension Module] | | +--- stdex-tol.mod [Tolerance] | | +--- stdex-chem.mod [Chemistry] | +--- se9573.dtd [Entity] +--- stdex-listing.mod [Listing Module]
NOTE The values of gtext attributes are generated by a particular processor. Those attributes generation and rendering can be done, for example, by an XSL processor.
2.3 Samples of XML document instances
Three samples of XML document instances are attached as a zipped file,
attach2.zip, where the two document instance
are sample XML documents translated from test1.sgml and term1.sgml respectively. The test1.sgml and term1.sgml are included in the set of original SGML-DTD files.
Another sample in the attach2.zip is an XMLized International Standard ISO 15178.
3. XSLT translation into HTML
For easy rendering of XMLized ISO standards, the Project Editor tried to translate the XML documents into HTML documents by using XSLT.
The attach3.zip includes an XSLT specification for the translation.
The attach4.zip includes the two two HTML
document instance files:
translated from the two XML document instance files:
respectively, in accordance with the XSLT specification.