Norm

NEN-ISO/IEC 5218:2004 en;fr

Information technology - Codes for the representation of human sexes

73,12

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Status Definitief
Aantal pagina's 17
Gepubliceerd op 01-07-2004
Taal Engels, Frans
This International Standard specifies a uniform representation of human sexes for the interchange of information. It is intended to - reduce the time required to record and/or format the representation of sexes and transmit the corresponding data; - improve clarity and accuracy of interchange; - minimize the amount of human intervention required for communicating the representation of sexes; and - reduce costs. This International Standard does not prescribe file sequences, storage media, programming languages, or other features of information processing to be used in its implementation. This International Standard meets the requirements of most applications that need to code human sexes. It does not provide codes for sexes that may be required in specific medical and scientific applications or in applications that need to code sex information other than for human beings. This International Standard does not supplant national standards for coding sexes that are designed based upon codes derived from names of sexes in the various languages (for example "M" for "male" and "F" for "female" in the English language). It provides a numeric code that is independent of language-derived codes and as such is intended to provide a common basis for the international exchange of information containing human sex data elements.

Details

ICS-code 35.040
Nederlandse titel Information technology - Codes for the representation of human sexes
Engelse titel Information technology - Codes for the representation of human sexes
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