From Draft To Implementation: More Explanation Needed

Robert E. Parks

Early in November, the group working on the new international optical drawing standard, ISO 10110, met in Tokyo to make the final technical changes in the document. The 13 parts of the draft standard now go to the editing committee to make sure the language is correct; then it will be published by ISO in Geneva as a Draft International Standard (DIS). When the DIS is published, about a year from now, it will be circulated internationally for six months prior to acceptance. From every indication, the vote will surely be to accept.

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From Draft To Implementation: More Explanation Needed

Robert E. Parks

Early in November, the group working on the new international optical drawing standard, ISO 10110, met in Tokyo to make the final technical changes in the document. The 13 parts of the draft standard now go to the editing committee to make sure the language is correct; then it will be published by ISO in Geneva as a Draft International Standard (DIS). When the DIS is published, about a year from now, it will be circulated internationally for six months prior to acceptance. From every indication, the vote will surely be to accept.

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Publish Date: 01 February 1992


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