<originator>

Originator of the Document

Indicates the standards-development organization from which the standard emanates (and whose short name begins the standard reference).

Remarks

Usage. For ISO documents, expected values include: “iso”, “iec”, “iso-iec”, “iso-cie”, “iso-astm”, “iso-ieee”.

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

Related Elements

The <originator> element appears as a child of <std-ident>; the <sdo> element appears as a child of the <doc-ident> element. In most cases, <sdo> and <originator> will have the same value.

Model Description

Text, numbers, or special characters, zero or more

This element may be contained in:

<std-ident>, <std-ref>

Example 1

              
<standard>
  <front>
    <iso-meta>
      <title-wrap xml:lang="en">...</title-wrap>
      <doc-ident>
        <sdo>ISO</sdo>
        <proj-id>?????</proj-id>
        <language>en</language>
        <release-version>IS</release-version>
        <urn>urn:iso:std:iso:2560:ed-3:v1:en</urn>
      </doc-ident>
      <std-ident>
        <originator>ISO</originator>
        <doc-type>is</doc-type>
        <doc-number>2560</doc-number>
        <part-number></part-number>
        <edition>3</edition>
        <version></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 2560</std-ref>
      <std-ref type="undated">ISO 2560:2009</std-ref>
      <doc-ref>ISO 2560:2009(en)</doc-ref>
      <pub-date>2009-05-30</pub-date>
      <release-date>2009-05-30</release-date>
      <comm-ref>ISO/TC 44/SC 3</comm-ref>
      <secretariat>ANSI</secretariat>
      <ics>25.160.20</ics>
      <page-count count="29"/>
      ...   
    </iso-meta>
    
  </front>
  <body>...</body>
</standard>

 
            

Example 2

              
...
<p>The thermal transmittance, U, of the specimen is measured by 
means of the calibrated or guarded hot-box method in accordance with 
<std type="undated" std-id="iso:std:iso:8990">
<std-ref type="undated">
<originator>ISO</originator>
<doc-number>8990</doc-number>
</std-ref></std>.</p>
...

 
            

Example 3

              
...
<sec sec-type="norm-refs">
<label>2</label>
<title>Normative references</title>
<p>The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application 
of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated
references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments)
applies.</p>
<ref-list>
<ref>
<std type="dated" std-id="iso:std:iso:8990:ed-1">
<std-ref type="dated"><originator>ISO</originator>
<doc-number>8990</doc-number>:<year>1994</year></std-ref>,
<title>Thermal insulation — Determination of steady-state thermal
transmission properties — Calibrated and guarded hot box</title>
</std>
</ref>
<ref>
<std type="multipart" std-id="iso:std:iso:tr:3834">
<std-ref type="undated"><originator>ISO</originator>/<doc-type>TR</doc-type>
<doc-number>3834</doc-number> <part-number>(all parts)</part-number></std-ref>, 
<title>Quality requirements for fusion welding of metallic materials</title>
</std>
</ref>
<ref>
<std>
<std-ref type="undated">ASTM C 1199-09e1</std-ref>, <title>Standard 
Test Method for Measuring the Steady-State Thermal Transmittance 
of Fenestration Systems Using Hot Box Methods</title>
</std>
</ref>
</ref-list>
</sec>
...

 
            

Module

ISOSTS-iso-metadata.ent