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ISO - DIS 12006-3

Building construction — Organization of information about construction works — Part 3: Framework for object-oriented information

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 9 August 2021
Status: pending
Page Count: 78
ICS Code (Construction industry in general): 91.010.01
scope:

This document specifies a language-independent information model which can be used for the development of dictionaries used to store or provide information about construction works. The model is extended by instantiating content, such as further objects and their relationships, allowing the content to serve as an ontology, taxonomy, meronomy, lexicon and thesaurus.

It enables classification systems, information models, object models, data templates and process models to be cross referenced from within a common framework.

This document provides the description of an API allowing the interconnection of data dictionaries as described in ISO 23386.

Document History

DIS 12006-3
August 9, 2021
Building construction — Organization of information about construction works — Part 3: Framework for object-oriented information
This document specifies a language-independent information model which can be used for the development of dictionaries used to store or provide information about construction works. The model is...
April 15, 2007
Building construction - Organization of information about construction works - Part 3: Framework for object-oriented information
This part of ISO 12006 specifies a language-independent information model which can be used for the development of dictionaries used to store or provide information about construction works. It...

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