This document specifies a digital form for representing electronic documents to enable users to exchan ge and view electronic documents independent of the environment in which they were created or the environment in which they are viewed or printed.
This International Standard specifies how to use ISO 32000-1 (PDF/UA-1) to produce accessible electronic documents.
This document defines two essential components of XMP metadata: Data model and Serialization. The data model is the most fundamental aspect. This is an abstract model that defines the forms of XMP metadata items, essentially the structure of statements that XMP can make about resources. The Serializeiton of XMP defines how any instance of XMP data model can be recorded as XML. In addition, this document defines a collection of core properties, which are XMP metadata items that can be applied across a broad range of file formats and domains of usage. The embedding of XMP packets in specific file formats and domain specific XMP properties are beyond the scope for this document.
This part of ISO 19005 specifies how to use the Portable Document Format (PDF) 1.4 for long-term preservation of electronic documents.
This part of iSO 16684 specifies the use of RELAX NG to describe serialized XMP metadata. This applies to how conforming schemas can use the features of RELAX NG.
This document defines a set of ECMAScript objectives for automating and interacting with PDF documents and the contents of such documents.
This document specifies Advanced Function Presentation (AFP) interchange as a container for document objects by defining the AFP file format [Mixed Object Document Content Architecture (MO:DCA)].
This International Standard specifies the AFP document architecture by defining a subset appropriate for long-term preservation and retrieval.
This part of ISO 19005 specifies the use of the Portable Document Format (PDF) 1.7, as formalized in ISO 32000-1, for preserving the static visual representation of page-based electronic documents over time.
This part of ISO 19005 specifies the use of the Portable Document Format (PDF) 1.7 as formalized in ISO 32000-1, for preserving the static visual representation of page-based electronic documents over time in addition to allowing any type of other content to be included as an embedded file or attachment.
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