Intelligent transport systems -- System architecture, taxonomy and terminology -- Using XML in ITS standards, data registries and data dictionaries
This standard has been revised by ISO 24531:2013
ISO 24531:2007 has been developed to assist developers and users of intelligent transport systems (ITS) standards who wish to use extensible markup language (XML), by providing a consistent definition of the rules and rule references for the use of XML within intelligent transport systems. The scope of ISO 24531:2007 is to define consistent rules and rule references to provide a framework to be used when implementing XML-based applications in ITS, and particularly, in specifying XML in ITS standards, ITS data registries and ITS data dictionaries. ISO 24531:2007 also provides guidance and examples in respect of the use of XML in ITS, and the elaboration of XML within the abstract syntax notation one (ASN.1) data definitions required by ISO 14813-6 and ISO 14817.
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