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|Commissie||Schepen en maritieme techniek|
This Publicly Available Specification specifies the XML application MSML (Maritime Safety Markup Language). MSML is a language for structuring information and the goal is to create an open standard that can be used generally in the maritime sector. This Publicly Available Specification emphasizes the following aspects of MSML: - functional applicability in the maritime arena with focus on repair and maintenance and related safety aspects; - secure transfer of information between vessel and shore base; - extensibility to incorporate increased functionality; - use of standardized XML support whenever needed. The basis of MSML is the data model which defines what kind of maritime data, related to vessel and shore base, it is possible to store. The data model represents the current state and only limited historic information is kept in the data model. This Publicly Available Specification defines the following information areas of the data model: - the vessel, - the actual use and status of the vessel, - the shore base, - the actual use and status of one berth of the shore base, - the relation between the vessel and the shore base, - the history of repair and maintenance and what has been done on each occasion. The data model of MSML makes it possible to describe the following states: - a vessel with/without defined task, - a berth of a shore base with/without defined task, - a vessel and a berth of a shore base with/without relation. Defining states makes it possible to define transactions, i.e. sequences of actions for fulfilling specific intentions. We have the general transactions: - assigning task to/removing task from vessel, - assigning task to/removing task from a berth of a shore base (for a specific vessel), - assigning relation/removing relation vessel - a berth of a shore base, - assigning/removing specific pieces of data, - reading data. This Publicly Available Specification defines perspectives associated with the data model of MSML. The term indicates that the MSML data model can be seen from different views. Perspectives contain information that is orthogonal to the data model. Two perspectives are defined: - inspection - an inherent perspective that makes it possible to reference results of vessel inspections; - repair and maintenance - currently the main focus of MSML. There are also other sources of information that are associated with MSML. The data model of MSML assumes that information concerning individual crew and passenger members is handled adequately using the muster list and passenger list, respectively. However, for the data model of MSML groups of individuals are considered. The primary purpose of MSML is to make it possible to identify available capabilities and resources and not to handle individuals. However, a reference is included in MSML where to find detailed information. A certain amount of shore base information is included in the data model of MSML. The main reason to include this information is to support vessel safety related aspects and vessel repair and maintenance.
|Nederlandse titel||Scheepsbouw en maritieme techniek - Computertoepassingen - Specificatie voor Maritime Safety Markup Language (MSML)|
|Engelse titel||Ships and marine technology - Computer applications - Specification of Maritime Safety Markup Language (MSML)|