(Askeri) STANDART: Bir mamul işin yeterlik derecesi hakkında karar vermeye esas olmak üzere kurulmuş veya kabul edilmiş bir kural, ölçü veya model. Bak. "limited standard", "substitute standard", "absolete item"
Dilbilgisinde ve kelime hazinesinde, bazı lehçeler standart dilden önemli ölçüde farklıdır - In grammar and vocabulary, some dialects differ significantly from the standard language.
Bu fabrika parçalardan bitmiş ürünlere kadar ölçünlenmiş entegre üretim sistemi kullanmaktadır. - This factory uses an integrated manufacturing system standardized from parts on through to finished products.
(Mühendislik) havanın özgül işi oranı 1.4 ve viskozitesi 1.222E-05 lbm/ft•s ( 1.8185E-03 Pa•s) olan özellikleri. Yaklaşık olarak bu özelliklere 68°F ( 20°C) , 50 % bağıl nemlilikte, 29.92 in.HgS ( 101.325 kPa) olan hava sahiptir
(Askeri) STANDART İLERİ ÜS BİRLİKLERİ: İleri üs birlikleri halinde vazife görmek üzere teşkil edilen ve ileri deniz üslerinin tesisinde kullanılan özel görev unsurlarını da içeri alan personel ve malzeme. Bu gibi ileri üs birlikleri denizaşırı bölgelerde onarım üsleri, ikmal depoları, hava meydanları, hava üsleri veya diğer deniz kıyı tesislerini kurarlar. Bak. functional component" (Not ABD Savunma Kurulu tanımı "deniz kıyı tesisleri" ile biter)
(Askeri) STANDART HAVA ŞARTLARI: Meteoroloji bakımından, herhangi bir bölgede sıcaklığı 59° Fahrenheit (15°C); barometrik basıncın 29.29 inç (7662 mm.) rüzgar hızının sıfır ve nisbi nemin, bu bölge için, yıllık ortalama miktar olması şeklindeki hava durumu
(Askeri) STANDART ŞİFRE ALFABESİ: Şifreli unsurdaki (cipher component) harflerin sırası normal şekildekinin aynı fakat açık unsura (plain component) intibak eden normal noktası kaydırılmış ve istikamet bakımından ters olan veya her ikisinden terekküp eden alfabe
(Askeri) STANDART MEMLEKET SAATİ: Güneşin saat meridyeni (time meridian) denilen belirli bir meridyen üzerinden geçişine göre hesaplanan ve oldukça geniş bir bölgede kullanılmak üzere kabul edilen vasati güneş saati. Standart memleket saati, bazı istisnalarıyla, Greenwich meridyeninden 15 derecenin kat sayısı oranında değişen bir meridyene göre hesaplanır. Standart memleket saati gece yarısı başlar. Buna (standard time) da denir
(Askeri) STANDART MALZEME SINIFLANDIRMA NUMARASI: Belirli bir madde, malzeme veya malzeme grubuna Devlet Basım Bürosu Standart Malzeme Sınıflandırmasında (Standard Commodity Classification of the Government Printing Office) tahsis edilen numara
(Askeri) STANDART BİLGİ SİSTEMİ: İki veya daha çok komutanlık dahilinde müşterek olan ve aşağıdaki hususlarda yeknesak bir düzen takip eden Hava Kuvvetleri otomatik bilgi sistemi: a) Dış işlemler veya hazırlık işlemleri. b) Giren bilgiler c) Dosya içi d) Lojik işlemler veya hesaplamalar. c) Muhtıra, şekil veya uygunluk aranmaksızın meydana getirilmiş çıkan bilgiler
(Askeri) STANDART FIRLATMA ARACI: Milli Savunma Bakanlığı uzay programlarında kullanılan ve azami araç güveni ve müşterek kullanma imkanları temin edecek şekilde tespit edilmiş belirli şartlar dahilinde imal edilen bir birinci kademe aracı. Bu araç üzerinde ancak güven derecesini arttırmak maksadıyla değişiklik yapılabilir ve seri imalat blok parçalar halinde dahil edilir. Yalnız bu şekildeki araçlara standart fırlatma aracı ismi verilir. Bak. "launch vehicle"
(Askeri) KATI YAKITLI ROKET MOTORLU; SATIHTAN SATHA GEMİDEN FIRLATILAN BİR HAVA FÜZESİ: Nükleer olmayan savaş başlığı, yarı aktif veya pasif homing'le teçhiz edilmiştir. RIM-66 Orta Menzil (Tartar yerine) ve RIM-67 Artırılmış Menzil (Terrier yerine) olarak adlandırılır
(Askeri) STANDART İLK HIZ: Bir merminin namlu ağını ilk terkettiği anda haiz olduğu kabul edilen hız. Bu hız; silahın özelliğine, kullanılan sevk barutuna ve silahtan atılan merminin cinsine göre hesaplanır. Atış cetvelleri, standart ilk hız esas alınarak düzenlenmiştir. Bak. "muzzle velocity error"
(Askeri) STANDART İSİM: Kara Ordusu malzeme kalemlerinin tek düzen isimlendirilmesi usulü. Bunda; önce malzeme kalemine verilen isim veya isimlendirme safhası, sonra değişiklik unsurları normal konuşma sırasının aksine olarak, ifade edilir. (Tank, Orta, M49) bir standart isim örneğidir
(Askeri) STANDART İHTİYAÇ KODU: Yürürlükteki her teşkilat ve malzeme kadrosunda, tek tek veya muhtemel her tertip veya değişikliği ifade maksadıyla mevcut bulunan ve teşkilat esaslarıyla birleştirildiği zaman; personel ve ikmal maddeleri hesaplarında esas olarak alınan temel kod grubu
(Askeri) STANDART NOT: Bir şahsın bir testteki başarısını, aynı teste tabi tutulan bir grupla kıyaslama imkanı veren bir not. Bütün ordu testlerindeki ham notlar, birbiriyle doğrudan doğruya kıyaslanabilecek çeşitli testlerle ilgili notlar halinde getirilmek üzere, standart nota çevrilir. Ordu standart notları, ortalama 100 olmak üzere, aşağı yukarı 40 ile 160 arasında sıralanır. Bak. "converted score", "raw score", "score"
in the Middle Ages, the largest of flags, bearing a king's or lord's badge, probably his motto, and perhaps other charges The standard marked its owner's residence, whether a castle, or a ship, or his pavilion on campaign The standard is now best known as the personal banner of the British monarch The standard is also an identifying flag, equivalent to a color, carried by mounted or similar units
the original specimen weight or measure sanctioned by government, as the standard pound, gallon, or yard
A standard is something that you use in order to judge the quality of something else. systems that were by later standards absurdly primitive
a basis for comparison; a reference point against which other things can be evaluated; "they set the measure for all subsequent work"
conforming to or constituting a standard of measurement or value; or of the usual or regularized or accepted kind; "windows of standard width"; "standard sizes"; "the standard fixtures"; "standard brands"; "standard operating procedure"
Standards are moral principles which affect people's attitudes and behaviour. My father has always had high moral standards. see also double standard
the value behind the money in a monetary system a board measure = 1980 board feet commonly used or supplied; "standard procedure"; "standard car equipment"
of evidence We presume that the courts will see the new telecommunications legislation as being competition law and will expect the same standard of evidence as is usually found in such cases This imposes a considerable workload on all parties We trust that these high standards of proof can be maintained The exception to this is the definition of the relevant markets which is provided by the Commission in the Recommendation and as subsequently adopted by NRAs
A standard is a level of quality or achievement, especially a level that is thought to be acceptable. The standard of professional cricket has never been lower There will be new national standards for hospital cleanliness
The metric, specification, gage, statement, category, segment, grouping, behavior, event or physical product sample against which the outputs of a process are compared and declared acceptable or unacceptable
A standard work or text on a particular subject is one that is widely read and often recommended. Evening Standard, The. American Standard Code for Information Interchange. Standard Generalized Markup Language gold standard International Standard Book Number silver standard standard model standard of living Standard Oil Company and Trust standard time
conforming to the established language usage of educated native speakers; "standard English"
You use standard to describe things which are usual and normal. It was standard practice for untrained clerks to advise in serious cases such as murder
The lowest qualification level at which a Visa or MasterCard transaction may interchange This occurs when a transaction is deposited several days after the original authorization and is not swiped
a set of language or protocol rules serving as a rallying point, as a base for independent agents to communicate together without a specific and a priori agreement
A statement that defines the performance expectations, structures, or processes that must be substantially in place in a health care organization to enhance the quality of care
A set of criteria (some of which may be mandatory), voluntary guidelines, and best practices Examples include application development, project management, vendor management, production operation, user support, asset management, technology evaluation, architecture governance, configuration management, problem resolution [Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework]
any distinctive flag an upright pole or beam (especially one used as a support); "distance was marked by standards every mile"; "lamps supported on standards provided illumination"
Something established for use as a rule or basis of comparison in measuring quantity, quality, value, etc
The standard analysis feature that aggregates your industry similar businesses information A minimum of 10 similar businesses are researched and chosen from your SMSA or Industry and aggregated to provide you with comprehensive reporting for comparison with your business This is the most recommended option for businesses
The normal or agreed-upon quantity, dollar value or time used as the base against which actual activity is measured Standards are changed when ongoing, underlying changes in the associated process make continued use of the original value impractical in evaluating performance
An inverted knee timber placed upon the deck instead of beneath it, with its vertical branch turned upward from that which lies horizontally
an upright pole or beam (especially one used as a support); "distance was marked by standards every mile"; "lamps supported on standards provided illumination"
A tree of natural size supported by its own stem, and not dwarfed by grafting on the stock of a smaller species nor trained upon a wall or trellis
a flag around which people rally Today, term usually refers to the personal flag of a ruler, such as the Royal Standard of a British monarch
the ideal in terms of which something can be judged; "they live by the standards of their community"
Time accrued to a nonexempt employee at one hour for every hour over 40 when actual hours worked in a work week are less than 40 but combined work hours and paid leave hours exceed 40
the level of performance on the criterion being assessed that is considered satisfactory in terms of the purpose of the evaluation There are three major categories of standards, related to various purposes (1) Developmental standards specify improvement levels to be attained and may be used for professional development and self-assessment (2) Minimum standards designate the level below which performance is not acceptable and are used for such purposes as licensure and job assignments (3) Desired performance standards reflect what is regarded as accomplished or effective teaching and typically are used for such purposes as promotions, awards, and certification See Criterion
* Something established as a basis of comparison in measuring or judging capacity, quantity, content, value, quality, etc ; a specified set of safety or performance qualities which a device or process must possess These must generally be demonstrated by a series of tests conducted under pre-determined conditions
conforming to the established language usage of educated native speakers; "standard English" (American); "received standard English is sometimes called the King's English" (British)
(Ticaret) (current cost) The cost standard for the current product configuration and process, as opposed to the base (frozen) cost estimated at the start of the fiscal year
Standard samples are aliquots of calibration specimens containing predetermined quantities of the analyte The response of each standard, along with the standard's predetermined concentration, is used to construct a standard curve From this standard curve, sample concentrations can be computed using the response from the sample
An accepted specification of something to which sites or employees must conform unless a deviation from the standard is documented and approved Note: Standards might apply to external industry standards and might include individual responsibilities, Eg : who will be held accountable for not meeting a standard
Document, established by consensus and approved by a recognized body, that provides, for common and repeated use, rules, guidelines or characteristics for activities or their results, aimed at the achievement of the optimum degree of order in a given context EN 45020: 1998, 3 2 GD - Standards and Regulations
That which is established by authority as a rule for the measure of quantity, extent, value, or quality; esp
A level of an air pollutant, e g a concentration or a deposition value, which is adopted by a regulatory authority as enforceable Unlike a guideline value, a number of elements in addition to the effect-based level and the averaging time must be specifies in the formulation of a standard These elements include the measurement strategy, data handling procedures, statistics used to derive, from measurements, the value to be compared with the standard The numerical value of a standard may also include the permitted number of exceedings (WHO 1998a)
Any data element or transaction that meets each of the standards and implementation specifications adopted or established by the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services
U.S. company and corporate trust that held a near monopoly over the U.S. oil industry from 1870 to 1911. The company originated in 1863, when John D. Rockefeller started a Cleveland, Ohio, refining firm, which, with other facilities, was incorporated as the Standard Oil Company in 1870. By 1880, through elimination of competitors, mergers, and use of favourable railroad rebates, it controlled the refining of 90-95% of all oil produced in the U.S. In 1882 Standard Oil and affiliated oil companies were combined in the Standard Oil Trust, which eventually included some 40 corporations. In 1892 the Ohio Supreme Court ordered the trust dissolved, but it continued to operate from headquarters in New York and later New Jersey. Its monopolistic practices were exposed in Ida Tarbell's History of the Standard Oil Company (1904), and after a lengthy antitrust suit by the U.S. government (see antitrust law), the Standard Oil empire was broken up in 1911. Although eight companies retained "Standard Oil" in their names after 1911, by the late 20th century the name had all but disappeared, even though former Standard Oil divisions continued to dominate the U.S. petroleum business. In 1931 Standard Oil Company of New York merged with Vacuum Oil Company (another trust company) to form Socony-Vacuum, which in 1966 became Mobil Oil Corp. Standard Oil (Indiana) absorbed Standard Oil of Nebraska in 1939 and Standard Oil of Kansas in 1948 and was renamed Amoco Corp. in 1985. Standard Oil of California acquired Standard Oil of Kentucky in 1961 and was renamed Chevron Corp. in 1984. Standard Oil Company (New Jersey) changed its name to Exxon Corp. in 1972. In 1987 British Petroleum Company PLC (BP) completed the purchase of Standard Oil Company (Ohio). Further consolidation occurred in 1998, when BP merged with Amoco, and in 2002, when Exxon merged with Mobil
If you describe someone as the standard bearer of a group, you mean that they act as the leader or public representative of a group of people who have the same aims or interests. Farrakhan was a poor standard-bearer for the causes of African-Americans
A semi-custom VLSI design methodology where gates (ands, ors, xors, registers ) are taken from a standard library These are typically arranged into rows with routing occuring in between the rows In CS137a: Day 2 slides, on page 6 (slide 12), a typical standard-cell row is shown In CS137a: Day 13, page 5 shows a couple of standard-cell rows
ASIC design cells that are optimized by transistor sizing for speed and die area This transistor sizing requires standard cell ASICs to be unique for all process levels In contrasts gate array cells are built from identically-sized transistors but require customization only at the interconnect levels
A pre-designed integrated circuit module that implements a specific function The data required to use the cell as part of a more complex circuit are contained in a computer file that can be accessed by other CAD tools Standard cells are designed to be interconnected by simple abutment with other cells from the same cell library
(Ticaret) A box, carton or other container with specified dimensions that will be used on an ongoing (reusable) basis to facilitate item counts, the design of storage and transportation resources and to limit handling damage
(Ticaret) The normal or specified cost used as the basis for measurement against an actual. Standard costs for manufactured items include labor, material and overhead, and vendor acquisition, freight, duty fees and other categories for purchased items
a measure of the variation, or spread, of individual measurements; a measurement which indicates how far away from the middle the statistics are; usually denoted by the lower case s for sample data; mathematically equal to the square root of variance
Standard deviation is the statistical measure of the degree to which an individual value in a probability distribution tends to vary from the mean of the distribution It is widely applied in modern portfolio theory, where the past performance of securities is used to determine the range of possible future performance, and a probability is attached to each performance Generally speaking, the greater the degree of dispersion, the greater the risk = (σ2)1/2 σ2 = variance
(Ticaret) A measure of the spread or dispersion of a data population around a mean, as calculated by taking the variation of each number from the mean, squaring it, averaging the result (by dividing by n-1, or one less than sample size), and finding the square root
A measure of the dispersion of random error about the mean value If a large number of measurements or observations of the same quantity are made, the standard deviation is the square root of the sum of the squares of deviations from the mean value divided by the number of observations less one
A statistic used as a measure of the dispersion or variation in a distribution, equal to the square root of the arithmetic mean of the squares of the deviations from the arithmetic mean. a number in statistics that shows by how much members of a mathematical set can be different from the average set
A measure of the variability of a distribution of scores The more the scores cluster around the mean, the smaller the standard deviation In a normal distribution, 68% of the scores fall within one standard deviation above and one standard deviation below the mean
A measure of the variability of the population This value is often symbolized by the Greek letter sigma, s It also represents the variability of a sample, in which case the symbol S is used The sample standard deviation is most often a good estimate of the population standard deviation If the population follows a normal distribution, then approximately 68% of the sample will be within one standard deviation of the mean and 95% will be within 2 standard deviations The square of the standard deviation is called the variance
A measure of a fund's volatility derived by looking at its range of historical returns The higher the standard deviation, the greater the potential for volatility Say a fund has an average annual return of 12% and a standard deviation of 20 By adding and subtracting 20 from 12, you can figure what the fund's high and low returns have been in two-thirds of the time periods over the past three years In this case, the high would have been +32% (12+20) By multiplying the standard deviation by two and doing the same calculations, you can figure the fund's high and low returns for 95% of its history See "7 Steps to Picking A Good Fund " BACK TO TOP
Standard deviation tells how spread out numbers are from the average, calculated by taking the square root of the arithmetic average of the squares of the deviations from the mean in a frequency distribution (cf The Normal Distribution Discussion)
Statistical measure of the degree to which an individual value in a probability distriubtion tends to vary from the mean of the distribution It is widely applied to modern Portfolio Theory, for example, where the past performance of securities is used to determine the range of performances and a probability is attached to each performance The standard deviation of performance can then be calculated for each security and for the portfolio as a whole The greater the degree of dispersion, the greater the risk Standard Deviation is based on historical performance of the trailing 36 months and do not indicate future results Source: Russell
A measure of dispersion within a set of data, calculated from the square root of the variance, to give a value in the same range as raw scores The standard deviation is the spread of scores around the mean of the sample
A measure of the dispersion of random errors about the mean value If a large numberof measurements or observations of the same quantity are made, the standard deviation is the square root of the sum of the squares of deviations from the mean value divided by the number of observations less one
If the instantaneous distances from an equilibrium position of a vibrating body are squared and averaged, the result is called the variance of the vibration The square root of the variance is the standard deviation It is also equal to the rms (root mean square) value
A statistic which measures the variability or dispersion of a set of data It is calculated from the deviations (distances) between each data value and the sample mean, and is often represented by the letter "s" The more disperse the data is, the larger the standard deviation The standard deviation squared is called the variance For data which follows a normal distribution, approximately 68% of all data will fall within one standard deviation of the sample mean, 95% of all values will fall within two standard deviations, and 99 7% of all data will fall within three standard deviations For data from any distribution, AT LEAST 75% of all values fall within plus and minus two standard deviations, while AT LEAST 89% fall within three standard deviations
A measure of the volatility of a fund's total returns This measures the fluctuation of the fund's monthly return, above and below the mean, usually over a 5-year period The higher the standard deviation number, the more a fund's returns vary from month to month
A measure of a frequency distribution's variability The greater the variability, the larger the value of the standard deviation To obtain the standard deviation, one must calculate the difference between the value of each individual item in the population and the population mean, square these differences, add them, divide the sum by the total number of items, and finally, extract the square root
A statistical volatility measure that describes the range in which prices fluctuate The greater the standard deviation, the greater the volatility of the price movement It is believed that the actual stock price will vary within one standard deviation in both directions, plus or minus, about the securities' expected return with a 67% probability This is a part of the TaraFolioTM engine's risk computations, which represents a deviation about the expected return on securities or portfolios
1 Almost all S are P 2 a is S a is P Example: Almost all adult men without beards shave regularly The President of the U S A is an adult man without a beard The President of the U S A probably shaves regularly
A model of fundamental forces and particles that explains their behavior and interactions in terms of symmetries and the destruction of symmetries. In physics, the combination of two theories of particle physics into a single framework to describe all interactions of subatomic particles except those due to gravity (see gravitation). The two theories, the electroweak theory and the theory of quantum chromodynamics, describe the interactions between particles in terms of the exchange of intermediary particles. The model has proved highly accurate in predicting certain interactions, but it does not explain all aspects of subatomic particles. For example, it cannot say how many particles there should be or what their masses are. The search goes on for a more complete theory, and in particular a unified field theory describing the strong, weak, and electromagnetic forces
Your standard of living is the level of comfort and wealth which you have. We'll continue to fight for a decent standard of living for our members. A level of material comfort as measured by the goods, services, and luxuries available to an individual, group, or nation. the amount of wealth, comfort, and other things that a particular person, group, country etc has = living standard high/low standard of living. Level of material comfort that an individual or group aspires to or may achieve. This includes not only privately purchased goods and services but collectively consumed goods and services such as those provided by public utilities and governments. A standard of living determined for a group such as a country must be examined critically in terms of its constituent values. If the mean value increases over time, but at the same time the rich become richer and the poor poorer, the group may not be collectively better off. Various quantitative indicators can be used as measuring rods, including life expectancy, access to nutritious food and a safe water supply, and availability of medical care
Standard time is the official local time of a region or country. French standard time is GMT plus 1 hr. The time in any of 24 time zones, usually the mean solar time at the central meridian of each zone. In the continental United States, there are four standard time zones: Eastern, using the 75th meridian; Central, using the 90th meridian; Mountain, using the 105th meridian; and Pacific, using the 120th meridian. the time to which all clocks in a particular area of the world are set. Official local time of a region or country. Local mean solar time depends on longitude; it advances by four minutes per degree eastward. The Earth can thus be divided into 24 standard time zones, each approximately 15° in longitude. The actual boundaries of each time zone are determined by local authorities and in many places deviate considerably from 15°. The times in different zones usually differ by an integral number of hours; minutes and seconds are the same. See also Greenwich Mean Time
How much a set of data is different from the curve it should make when plotted on a graph Or, the square root of the average of the squares of deviations about the mean of a set of data Standard deviation is a statistical measure of spread or variability
The square of the difference from the mean for each data value, summed, divided by one less than the number of values, then square-rooted An expression of the so-called "second moment," which describes the "dispersion" or variability around the mean With a normal distribution as we expect from most noise sources, about 68% of our data values should be within +/- 1 standard deviation about the mean The square of the standard deviation is the variance In noise data, the standard deviation should be approximately the same as the RMS
means the requirements with respect to the humane housing, exhibition, handling, care, treatment, temperature, and transportation of animals by dealers, exhibitors research facilities, carriers, intermediate handlers, and operators of auction sales as set forth in part 3 of this subchapter
Documents issued by official bodies (such as the Canadian Standards Association or the Society of Automotive Engineers) which stipulate specific levels of performance, quality of goods and services, as well as conditions and procedures for operations in industry, science and commerce
(n) Sets of rules that allow for the clear communication of technical ideas by governing how parts are made and represented in technical drawings In the United States, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is the governing body that sets the standards used for engineering and technical drawings
are accepted principles for patient management These are rigidly applied rules, with rare exceptions and known consequences These are developed to increase the probability of producing appropriate medical care Commonly, they are used to determine if relevant and useful procedures were followed
A measure of the level of attainment (a) required for admission to programmes of learning and teaching, (b) required for progression or achievement of University awards (i e threshold standards) and (c) actually achieved by students over and above the threshold
Specifications or styles that are widely accepted by users and adopted by several vendors Standards are critical to the compatibility of hardware, software, and everything in between Industry standards enable the essential elements of a computer and related infrastructure to work together
Statements that describe the behavior for which people are accountable to produce predictable, consistent results They define how work is to be done in order to establish clarity and agreement among employees In one form, they are the conditions under which the objective is to be achieved; in another, the manner in which the work is to be performed They should always accompany the assignment of an objective
Federally, state or industry-sponsored mandates and/or guidelines that cover medical procedures and technologies Standards govern medical protocols, transportation, laboratory conditions, temperature controls, certifications of reagents and other materials used in clinical testing, training of personnel, and all other aspects of medical or clinical laboratory management
those guidelines and requirements related to an assessment and evaluation that are specified in the law, governmental policies and regulations, school district policies, and court decisions See Primary Standards, Secondary Standards
OmbudsNetwork standards for dealing with financial consumer concerns and complaints, that reflect a commitment to accessibility, timeliness, courtesy, clarity, accuracy and consistency; and OmbudService standards which address knowledge, fairness and impartiality, confidentiality, objectivity and independence
defined learning outcomes, together with performance criteria, examples of their interpretation and application, and associated quality assurance processes - see also unit standard; defined organisational or systems criteria, together with performance indicators
Standards for Accreditation of Master's Programs in Library and Information Studies This document identifies the essential features of accredited library and information studies programs Also known as the 1992 Standards
Broad lists of what students should know, be able to do , and be committed to The State of Alaska has created student standards in the following areas: English/language arts, history, geography, civics/government, science, mathematics, arts, world languages, healthy life skills, and technology
Efforts to create wide use of specific protocols so software from different vendors can interoperate more easily, particularly within a vertical industry Standards bodies or efforts often work more slowly than entrepreneurial companies in setting up interoperable terms of trade Many e-commerce standards today are based on XML (eXtensible Markup Language), which provides a flexible way to describe product specifications or business terms Relevant B2B e-commerce standards efforts include BizTalk, promoted by Microsoft so different industries can communicate online with each other; Open Buying on the Internet (OBI), overseen by trade group CommerceNet; and RosettaNet, an effort within the computer manufacturing industry
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