Headed group of material; the basic structural unit of the body of a document.
Standards documents are almost invariably divided into sections, each with a title that describes the content of the section, such as “Introduction”, “Scope”, “Normative References”, or “Terms and definitions”.
Sections are recursive, that is, various levels of sections are indicated by containment, not by different names for the subsections. A <sec> element may contain lower level sections that are also tagged using the <sec> element, not tagged explicitly as <sec2>, <sec3>, or <subsec1>, etc.
Conversion Note: The <sec> element can be used within <back> to tag material that has not been explicitly named as one of the other back matter components, that is, it is not named as an appendix, an acknowledgment, a glossary, etc. For example, tables are frequently placed in the back matter, with no other designation than a label such as “Table 6”, or a title such as “Epochs of Geologic Time”.
This element is part of the base JATS journal publishing vocabulary; its definition and documentation have been modified to reflect its use in the ISOSTS customization of JATS.
The following, in order:
<standard> <front> <iso-meta> <title-wrap xml:lang='en'> <main>Sampling procedures for inspection by variables</main>...</title-wrap> ... </iso-meta> <sec sec-type="foreword"> <title>Foreword</title> <p>ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) is a ...</p>... </sec> <sec sec-type="intro"> <title>Introduction</title> <p>This part of ISO 3951 specifies ...</p> ... </sec> </front> <body> <sec sec-type="scope"> <label>1</label> <title>Scope</title> <p>This part of ISO 3951 specifies an acceptance sampling system of single sampling plans for inspection by variables, indexed in terms of the Acceptance Quality Limit (AQL).</p> ... </sec> <sec sec-type="norm-refs"> <label>2</label> <title>Normative references</title> <p>The following referenced documents are indispensable ...</p> <ref-list> <ref content-type="standard"> <std>ISO 2859-1:1999, Sampling procedures for inspection by attributes — Part 1: Sampling schemes indexed by acceptance quality limit (AQL) for lot-by-lot inspection</std> </ref> </ref-list> </sec> <sec sec-type="terms"> <label>3</label> <title>Terms and definitions</title> <p>For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in ...</p> <sec> <label>3.1</label> <title>inspection by variables</title> <p>inspection by measuring the magnitude(s) of a characteristic(s) of an item</p> <p><ext-link ext-link-type="iso-std">[ISO 3534-2]</ext-link></p> </sec> ... <sec> <label>3.8</label> <title>consumer’s risk quality</title> <p>CRQ</p> <p>quality level (3.7) of a process which, in the acceptance sampling plan, corresponds to a specified consumer’s risk</p> <list list-type="simple"> <list-item> <label>NOTE 1</label> <p>In this part of ISO 3951, the quality level is the process fraction nonconforming.</p> </list-item> <list-item> <label>NOTE 2</label> <p>In this part of ISO 3951, the consumer’s risk quality is such that the consumer’s risk is 10%.</p> </list-item> </list> </sec> ... </sec> ... </body> <back> <app-group> <app content-type="norm-annex"> <label>Annex A</label> <annex-type>(normative)</annex-type> <title>Tables for determining the appropriate sample size</title> <table-wrap>...</table-wrap> </app> </app-group> </back> </standard>