ISO/IEC JTC 1 Information Technology

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The document(s) will quote relevant clauses from the Stakeholder Requirements Definition
process, the System Requirements Analysis process, and the Software Requirements Analysis
process of ISO/IEC 15288 and ISO/IEC 12207 and provide guidance in implementing the
normative provisions of these clauses. Relevant clauses from related processes will also be
treated in this manner. The process guidance will be updated in consideration of changes in
technology and practice and the provisions of the various related standards, including IEEE Std
830, IEEE Std 1233 and IEEE Std 1362.

Future Step Project Overview

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There are no excuses for keeping STEP in the dark ages.

OMG and W3C languages are suitable for modelling industrial data solutions; we no longer can justify the use of EXPRESS based on a lack of mainstream languages capable of representing engineering semantics.

Express is rarely taught to modellers or software developers -instead OMG and W3C standards are widely used and understood.

The fact that STEP models specified in EXPRESS means that our good models will not be wisely used.

Standard: ISO 9001

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ISO/IEC 12207:2008

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Support for Object-Orientation in AP-233

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AP-233 Overview

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Standard: STEP (ISO 10303)

From Wikipedia: ISO 10303:

ISO 10303 is an ISO standard for the computer-interpretable representation and exchange of product manufacturing information. Its official title is "Industrial automation systems and integration - Product data representation and exchange", known as "STEP" or "Standard for the Exchange of Product model data". ... read more

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