<term-display>

Display Form of Term Entry

Container for appearance-oriented markup of a terminology entry as a supplement or alternative to <tbx:termEntry>.

Remarks

This element is part of the ISOSTS customization of the JATS journal publishing vocabulary; it is not part of the base vocabulary.

Attributes

id Identifier
xml:lang Language

Related Elements

See also <tbx:termEntry>.

TBX is a concept-oriented encoding of terminological data; the <tbx:termEntry> corresponds to one entry in a terminological database (and may contain any number of synonymous terms in multiple languages). The <term-display> element is an appearance-oriented encoding of terminological data which may be used when it is difficult to generate the desired formatted display from the TBX entry, or (in a data conversion process) when it is difficult to create a useful TBX term entry from an appearance-oriented input document.

The two encodings may appear side-by-side as equivalents; processes that consume ISOSTS documents should be prepared to see either or both forms of a term entry and to use one or the other (or both) as appropriate.

Model Description

The following, in order:

This element may be contained in:

<term-sec>

Example

	  
<standard xmlns:tbx="urn:iso:std:iso:30042:ed-1">
  <front>
    <iso-meta>
      <title-wrap xml:lang="en">
        <intro>Small craft</intro>
        <main>Hull construction and scantlings</main>
        <compl>Rudders</compl>
        <full>Small craft &mdash; Hull construction and scantlings
        &mdash; Part 8: Rudders</full>
      </title-wrap>
      <title-wrap xml:lang="fr">
        <intro>Petits navires</intro>
        <main>Construction de coques et &eacute;chantillonnage</main>
        <compl>Gouvernails</compl>
        <full>Petits navires &mdash; Construction de coques et &eacute;chantillonnage
        &mdash; Partie 8: Gouvernails</full>
      </title-wrap>
      <doc-ident>
        <sdo>ISO</sdo>
        <proj-id>?????</proj-id>
        <language>en</language>
        <release-version>IS</release-version>
        <urn>urn:iso:std:iso:12215:-8:ed-1:v1:en</urn>
      </doc-ident>
      <std-ident>
        <originator>ISO</originator>
        <doc-type>is</doc-type>
        <doc-number>12215</doc-number>
        <part-number>8</part-number>
        <edition>1</edition>
        <version>1</version>
        <suppl-type></suppl-type>
        <suppl-number></suppl-number>
        <suppl-version></suppl-version>
      </std-ident>
      <content-language>en</content-language>
      <std-ref type="dated">ISO 12215-8:2009</std-ref>
      <std-ref type="undated">ISO 12215-8</std-ref>
      <doc-ref>ISO 12215-8:2009(E)</doc-ref>
      <pub-date>2009-01-19</pub-date>
      <release-date>2009-01-19</release-date>
      <comm-ref>ISO/TC 188</comm-ref>
      <secretariat>SIS</secretariat>
      <ics>47.080</ics>
      <page-count count="44"/>
      <!-- isProof -->
    </iso-meta>

  </front>
  <body>
    <sec sec-type="scope">
      <label>1</label>
      <title>Scope</title>
      <p>This part of ISO 12215 ...</p>
    </sec>
    <sec sec-type="norm-refs">
      <label>2</label>
      <title>Normative references</title>
      <p>The following referenced documents ...</p>
    </sec>
    <sec>
      <label>3</label>
      <title>Terms and definitions</title>

      <p>For the purposes of this document, the following
      terms and definitions apply.</p>

      <term-sec>
        <label>3.1</label>

        <tbx:termEntry>...</tbx:termEntry>

        <term-display>
          <title>design categories</title>
          <p>
            sea and wind conditions for which a craft is assessed
            by this part of ISO 12215 to be suitable, provided
            the craft is correctly handled in the sense of
            good seamanship and operated at a speed appropriate
            to the prevailing sea state
          </p>
        </term-display>

        <term-sec>
          <label>3.1.1</label>

          <tbx:termEntry>...</tbx:termEntry>

          <term-display>
            <title>design category A ("ocean")</title>
            <p>
              category of craft considered suitable to operate
              in seas with significant wave heights above 4 m
              and wind speeds in excess of Beaufort Force 8,
              but excluding abnormal conditions such as hurricanes
            </p>
          </term-display>
        </term-sec>
        <term-sec>
          <label>3.1.2</label>

          <tbx:termEntry>...</tbx:termEntry>

          <term-display>
            <title>design category B ("offshore")</title>
            <p>
              category of craft considered suitable to operate
              in seas with significant wave heights up to 4 m
              and winds of Beaufort Force 8 or less
            </p>
          </term-display>
        </term-sec>

        <term-sec>
          <label>3.1.3</label>

          <tbx:termEntry>...</tbx:termEntry>

          <term-display>
            <title>design category C ("inshore")</title>
            <p>
              category of craft considered suitable to operate
              in seas with significant wave heights up to 2 m
              and a typical steady wind force of Beaufort Force 6 or less
            </p>
          </term-display>
        </term-sec>
        <term-sec>
          <label>3.1.1</label>

          <tbx:termEntry>...</tbx:termEntry>

          <term-display>
            <title>design category D ("sheltered waters")</title>
            <p>
              category of craft considered suitable to operate
              in waters with significant wave heights
              up to and including 0,3 m
              with occasional waves of 0,5 m height,
              for example from passing vessels,
              and a typical steady wind force
              of Beaufort Force 4 or less
            </p>
          </term-display>
        </term-sec>
      </term-sec>
    </sec>
  </body>
</standard>


	

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ISOSTS.dtd