<std>

Standard, Cited

Identification information (typically the standard number, organization name, and title of the standard) for a cited standard, where standard is defined as a document produced by a recognized standards body such as NISO, IEEE, ISO, OASIS, ANSI, etc.

This element is allowed to appear within a <mixed-citation> element, but in normal usage of ISOSTS, it should appear on its own, not wrapped in <mixed-citation>.

Attributes

content-type Type of Content
specific-use Specific Use
std-id Standard Identifier
type Type
xml:lang Language

Related Elements

This <std> element contains the bibliographic description of a standard; it may be used both in running prose and in lists of normative or non-normative references.

Standards documents sometimes contain references to documents which are not themselves standards; these should not be marked up using <std> but using one or the other of the more general elements for citations:

Neither of these elements should be used to mark up a reference to a national or international standard.

Model Description

Any combination of:

This element may be contained in:

<attrib>, <bold>, <compl>, <element-citation>, <full>, <intro>, <italic>, <license-p>, <main>, <mixed-citation>, <monospace>, <overline>, <p>, <preformat>, <ref>, <related-article>, <related-object>, <roman>, <sans-serif>, <sc>, <strike>, <sub>, <sup>, <td>, <th>, <title>, <underline>

Example 1

A cited standard within running text:

...
<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 2

A cited standard within running text refering to a specific section:

...
<p>see <std type="dated" std-id="iso:std:iso:9002:ed-2:clause:1">
<std-ref type="dated">ISO 9002:1994</std-ref>, Clause 1</std></p>
...

or:

...
<p>see <std std-id="iso:std:iso:9002:ed-2:clause:1">ISO 9002:1994, 
Clause 1</std></p>
...

Example 3

Cited standards within a normative reference section, including references to “foreign” standards

...
<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

JATS-references0.ent