BS ISO IEC 19773:2011 pdf – Information technology 一Metadata Registries (MDR)modules
BS ISO IEC 19773:2011 pdf – Information technology 一Metadata Registries (MDR)modules.
NOTE 7 A thoroughfare qualifier cstingulshes beteen different parts or enhances of thoroughfare, within a locatey, which have the same thoroughfare name end thoroughfare type
NOTE 8 Thoroughfare quali8er may be separated from thoroughfare name if it has different abbreviation rules andlor has a position ii printed representations which is not acacent to thoroufare name or thoroughfare type. Its position in printed representations — at the beginnwig. between thoroughfare name and thoroufare type, or at the end — may be determined by national, regional an War linguistic considerations, or may be specific to the thoroughfare concerned.
Directions such as North SW
Qualifiers such as UtIle, Upper
NOTE 9 A secondary thoroughfare identifies the road or part of a road ow other thoroughfare in which a deirvery point may be reached and which is accessed via primary thoroughfare.
NOTE 10 A tertiary thoroughfare identifies the road or part of a road or other thoroughfare in wti.ch a delivery point may be reached and which is accessed via a pwwllary thoroughfare and secondary thoroughfare.
postal address element indicating the name of the village, town or city in which a delivery point is located, or near to or via which the delivery point is accessed for postal delivery purposes
NOTE This element appears m the delivery point specificabon segment
postal address element identifying, for a delivery point, the building/construction section in which It is housed andfor the main entry door through which it is accessed
NOTE This element appears in the delivery point specification segment and in the mail recipient dispatching information segment In each segment, it comprises the element sub-types wing type and wing indicator,
3.1 6.5 Postal address element sub-types
term used in the names of postal address element sub-types, representing a logical part of a root element. which may be combined with a type to constitute an identifier, and instances of which reprasent numerical. alphabetic, or symbolic data that differentiates one instance of an element from another, within a certain scope of reference
EXAMPLE In Apartment A, Apartment is a type and A is an iidicalor Apartment A should be a unique identifier within a limited scope of reference.
term used in the names of postal address element sub-types. which represents an occurrence of the root element
EXAMPLE In Brazil, Quadra 7 may be the name of an instance of district/sector.
term used in the names of postal address element sub-types, which represents a position after preceding and before succeeding
EXAMPLE In Prof. Alex great van NIspen BA MKM, great is an intermediate qualiflcation
temi used in the names of postal address element sub-types. which represents an unspecified nierarcnicai ordenng
organisatlonal unit level I
term used in the name of postal address element sub-types. which represents a logical part of a root element, and may be further differentiated by the content of related element sub-types
NOTE The term name Is also used ii the name of address elements, such as organization name and given name. Thoroughfare name Is an element sat.type and not an element In its own right because II a subor&tate to petiery, secondary and tertiary thoroughfare, which are element sub-types.
EXAMPLE Thoroughfare name is hither differentiated by the content of thoroughfare name and thoroughfare typw
term used in the names of postal address element sub-types, which represents a physical subdivision of the root element such as a word or delimited string
NOTE 1 Physical and logical parts are both differentiated using the second digit of the element sub-type code, but the names of logical pails use other terms defined in this section, such as type, Indicator and qualifIer,
NOTE 2 The given name Jean Claude may be stored as two physical parts, or it may be stored in the root element If the name is hyphenated, such as Jean-Claude, it could be stored as two physical parts only if the presence of the hyphen is managed by some convention governing retention or restoration during rendition, and m ‘eiew of those compleidties. it m likely to be stored as a single physical part.