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Field C: Standard Reference Number. dard as allocated by the SDO. This is the reference number of the stan- Field D: Name of Standard. For most SDOs the title of the standard normally contains multiple (usually three) parts: Subject—Group—Name. For example: Intelligent transport systems—Reference model architecture(s) for the ITS sector—Part 1: ITS service domains, service groups and services. Field E: Current Actions. This field identifies any current actions or observations. For example: Published, Awaiting Publication, Under FDIS Ballot.

If you do not know which SDO or which committee developed a standard, or its reference number, or its exact title, it may take hours to wade through often slow and cumbersome Web sites. If you wonder what those in standards committees do apart from develop the published papers, the answer in part is that we moan about how these issues make our life unnecessarily difficult. In one of these ‘‘feeling sorry for ourselves’’ sessions, Chris Skinner and I came to the conclusion that someone ought to put all these xlix l Preface things together in one book.

E The following acronyms shall apply to this field: IS = International Standard; FDIS = Final Draft International Standard; DIS = Draft International Standard; FCD = Final Committee Draft; TS = Technical Specification; PAS = Publicly Available Specification (not standardized); TR = Technical Report; ITR = Internal Technical Report; CD = Committee Draft; WD = Working Draft; NP = New Work Item; PWI = Preliminary Work Item; EN = European Norm (European Standard); PrENV = Provisional European Standard; Prf = Final Proof version.

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