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Score: 624034.23 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...dbook_final-Jan%209%202017.pdf
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Employment quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Duration of contract Minimum job tenure required to access unemployment benefit Contract has duration ≥ minimum job tenure required to access benefit Access to social protection entitlements Access to social protection (labour legislation, collective agreement) Contract gives access to social protection entitlements as envisaged by law 1) Contract and social protection (security of employment): Employment quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Mean hourly earnings (gross, Euro/local currency) Hourly earnings set by collective agreement (normative) ≥ hourly earning set by collective agreement Mean earnings by age and occupational groups (statistical) ≥ mean hourly earning youth (< 30) in occupation of choice Minimum wage (normative) ≥ hourly level of minimum wage AND ≥ 2/3 mean hourly earnings (low-paid job) 2) Conditions of work: Earnings Employment quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Job/qualification match Vertical education and occupation matching Occupation is aligned to the qualifications the young person has Average number of weekly hours of work (including excessive hours and involuntary part-time) Average number of hours usually worked; Excessive hours of work; Involuntary part-time ≤ than what established by normative rules OR ≤ average hours in occupation of choice AND Low incidence excessive hours No involuntary part-time 3) Other conditions of work Employment quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Shift work, work during unsocial hours Prevalence of shift work, work in unsocial hours In line with labour law/collective agreement OR ≤ average incidence in occupation of choice Work intensity Prevalence of shift work, work in unsocial hours ≤ average in occupation of choice 3) Other conditions of work (cont.) Employment quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Hazardous occupations National list of hazardous occupations (specific provisions for 15-17) Job is not in hazardous occupation OR Exposure to physical mental health risk Exposure to risk factors by economic sector/occupation (specific provisions for 15-17) Exposure to physical and mental health risk is ≤ than average exposure (occupation) OR ≤ national average of reported accidents (occupation) 4) Occupational safety and health Employment quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Continuous vocational training The offer provides access to continuous vocational training ≥ than what envisaged by collective agreement Prevalence of employer- sponsored non-formal education by occupation ≥ national average employer-sponsored training in occupation of choice 5) Learning and skills development at the workplace Quality of continued education (and training) • According to EC guidance, a good quality offer of continued education (and training) is one that leads to a recognized qualification; • The requirement is that education has quality assurances procedures aligned to: − Common Principles for Quality Assurance in Education and Training; − European Quality Assurance Reference Framework for Vocational Education and Training; and − Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area Continued education quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Education and training content The education programme: • Provides cognitive and non- cognitive skills as required by education standards; • Meets individual needs and LM requirements; • Allows progression within the NQF; • Is subject to quality assurance procedures as determined by national and European education and training standards; • Leads to a recognized qualification (NQF) The education offer has all elements listed 1) Education and training content: Continued education quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Validation and certification The education programme: • is validated through standardized assessment • leads to a recognized education and training qualification (NQF); • Gives access to further education and training or to the labour market The education course envisages all elements listed 2) Validation and certification Continued education quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Expected labour market returns Expected returns of the qualification are ≥ average LM returns • Expected returns are ≥ average employment and earnings (by educational attainment) 3) Expected returns Quality apprenticeship The framework for appraising apprenticeship offers is based on the principles of the Council Declaration on the “European Alliance for apprenticeship” (2013) as well as the ILO framework for quality apprenticeship. 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Traineeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Written form of the agreement Agreement that specifies rights, entitlements and obligations Written form with conditions spelled out 1) Traineeship agreement: Traineeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Learning objectives The learning objectives of the traineeship plan: • states the level of experience to be acquired • relates to the field of study or qualification of the trainee • matches the learning activities and tasks the trainees will undertake Learning objectives include all elements listed 2) Learning objectives Traineeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Supervision The supervisor is an experienced worker Supervisor is given responsibility to teach occupational skills, supervise practice period, assess individual performance Supervisor has X years of experience: Responsibilities are spelled out in the agreement 3) Supervision Traineeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Hours of traineeship • Hours established for traineeships by national legislation or collective agreements ≤ the maximum hours established by national legislation or collective agreements Social protection • Social protection entitlements (health, sickness and accident insurance) ≥ social protection established by national legislation or collective agreements Allowance (where applicable) • Living cost allowance • Stipend The amount is specified in agreement and/or in national legislation or collective agreements 4) Conditions of traineeships Traineeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Duration • Average duration is ≤ 6 months ≤ 6 months OR ≥ 6 months, justified on the basis of learning content Renewal • Renew conditions specified in the traineeship agreement Renewal is based on objective reasons (does not lead to carousel or workers’ substitution) (Notification) • (Conditions for early termination to be stated in the agreement) 4) Duration and renewal Traineeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Validation The traineeship • is validated through a supervisor’s assessment • provides the trainee with a certificate The traineeship is assessed and provides a certificate 5) Validation QUESTIONS?
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Score: 623896.88 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_546451.pdf
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Employment quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Duration of contract Minimum job tenure required to access unemployment benefit Contract has duration ≥ minimum job tenure required to access benefit Access to social protection entitlements Access to social protection (labour legislation, collective agreement) Contract gives access to social protection entitlements as envisaged by law 1) Contract and social protection (security of employment): Employment quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Mean hourly earnings (gross, Euro/local currency) Hourly earnings set by collective agreement (normative) ≥ hourly earning set by collective agreement Mean earnings by age and occupational groups (statistical) ≥ mean hourly earning youth (< 30) in occupation of choice Minimum wage (normative) ≥ hourly level of minimum wage AND ≥ 2/3 mean hourly earnings (low-paid job) 2) Conditions of work: Earnings Employment quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Job/qualification match Vertical education and occupation matching Occupation is aligned to the qualifications the young person has Average number of weekly hours of work (including excessive hours and involuntary part-time) Average number of hours usually worked; Excessive hours of work; Involuntary part-time ≤ than what established by normative rules OR ≤ average hours in occupation of choice AND Low incidence excessive hours No involuntary part-time 3) Other conditions of work Employment quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Shift work, work during unsocial hours Prevalence of shift work, work in unsocial hours In line with labour law/collective agreement OR ≤ average incidence in occupation of choice Work intensity Prevalence of shift work, work in unsocial hours ≤ average in occupation of choice 3) Other conditions of work (cont.) Employment quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Hazardous occupations National list of hazardous occupations (specific provisions for 15-17) Job is not in hazardous occupation OR Exposure to physical mental health risk Exposure to risk factors by economic sector/occupation (specific provisions for 15-17) Exposure to physical and mental health risk is ≤ than average exposure (occupation) OR ≤ national average of reported accidents (occupation) 4) Occupational safety and health Employment quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Continuous vocational training The offer provides access to continuous vocational training ≥ than what envisaged by collective agreement Prevalence of employer- sponsored non-formal education by occupation ≥ national average employer-sponsored training in occupation of choice 5) Learning and skills development at the workplace Quality of continued education (and training) • According to EC guidance, a good quality offer of continued education (and training) is one that leads to a recognized qualification; • The requirement is that education has quality assurances procedures aligned to: − Common Principles for Quality Assurance in Education and Training; − European Quality Assurance Reference Framework for Vocational Education and Training; and − Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area Continued education quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Education and training content The education programme: • Provides cognitive and non- cognitive skills as required by education standards; • Meets individual needs and LM requirements; • Allows progression within the NQF; • Is subject to quality assurance procedures as determined by national and European education and training standards; • Leads to a recognized qualification (NQF) The education offer has all elements listed 1) Education and training content: Continued education quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Validation and certification The education programme: • is validated through standardized assessment • leads to a recognized education and training qualification (NQF); • Gives access to further education and training or to the labour market The education course envisages all elements listed 2) Validation and certification Continued education quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Expected labour market returns Expected returns of the qualification are ≥ average LM returns • Expected returns are ≥ average employment and earnings (by educational attainment) 3) Expected returns Quality apprenticeship The framework for appraising apprenticeship offers is based on the principles of the Council Declaration on the “European Alliance for apprenticeship” (2013) as well as the ILO framework for quality apprenticeship. (...) Traineeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Written form of the agreement Agreement that specifies rights, entitlements and obligations Written form with conditions spelled out 1) Traineeship agreement: Traineeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Learning objectives The learning objectives of the traineeship plan: • states the level of experience to be acquired • relates to the field of study or qualification of the trainee • matches the learning activities and tasks the trainees will undertake Learning objectives include all elements listed 2) Learning objectives Traineeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Supervision The supervisor is an experienced worker Supervisor is given responsibility to teach occupational skills, supervise practice period, assess individual performance Supervisor has X years of experience: Responsibilities are spelled out in the agreement 3) Supervision Traineeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Hours of traineeship • Hours established for traineeships by national legislation or collective agreements ≤ the maximum hours established by national legislation or collective agreements Social protection • Social protection entitlements (health, sickness and accident insurance) ≥ social protection established by national legislation or collective agreements Allowance (where applicable) • Living cost allowance • Stipend The amount is specified in agreement and/or in national legislation or collective agreements 4) Conditions of traineeships Traineeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Duration • Average duration is ≤ 6 months ≤ 6 months OR ≥ 6 months, justified on the basis of learning content Renewal • Renew conditions specified in the traineeship agreement Renewal is based on objective reasons (does not lead to carousel or workers’ substitution) (Notification) • (Conditions for early termination to be stated in the agreement) 4) Duration and renewal Traineeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Validation The traineeship • is validated through a supervisor’s assessment • provides the trainee with a certificate The traineeship is assessed and provides a certificate 5) Validation QUESTIONS?
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Score: 623896.88 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_546451.pdf
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Score: 623890.97 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...12-amd1/AppIX-FigureIX.13.html
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A paragraph element contains hidden text for a paragraph. A line element contains hidden text for a line. A word element contains hidden text for a word. A altword element contains hidden text for a alternative word. A char element contains a hidden text character. A altchar element contains a hidden text alternative character.
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Score: 623540.87 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...t/fl/itu-t/t/t805/2012/htx.xsd
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A.1 alphabetic character set: A character set that contains letters and may contain control characters and special characters but not digits (ISO 2382/4) A.2 alpha character set: A character set that contains both letters and digits and may contain control characters and special characters (ISO 2382/4) A.3 application message type: A basic message type adapted to suit a certain application area A.4 character set: A finite set of different characters that is considered complete for a given purpose (ISO 2382/4) A.5 common access reference: Key to relate all subsequent transfers of data to the same business file A.6 component data element: A simple data element which is a subordinate portion of a composite data element and in interchange identified by its position within the composite data element A.7 component data element separator: A character used to separate the component data elements in a composite data element A.8 composite data element: A data element containing two or more component data elements A.9 conditional: A statement in a segment or message directory of a condition for the use of a segment, a data element, a composite data element or a component data element (cf. mandatory) A.10 connection: An established link for transmission of data A.11 data: A representation of facts, concepts or instructions in a formalized manner suitable for communication, interpretation or processing by human beings or by automatic means (ISO 2382/1) A.12 data element: A unit of data which in a certain context is considered indivisible (ISO 2382/4) UN/EDIFACT: A unit of data for which the identification, description and value representation have been specified A.13 data elements directory: A listing of identified, named and described data element attributes, with specifications as to how the corresponding data element values shall be represented A.14 data element name: One or more words in a natural language identifying a data element concept A.15 data element separator: A character used to separate data elements in a segment A.16 data element tag: A unique identifier for a data element in a data elements directory A.17 data element value: The specific entry of an identified data element represented as specified in a data elements directory A.18 functional group: One or more messages of the same type headed by a functional group header service segment and ending with a functional group trailer service segment A.19 functional group header: The service segment heading and identifying the functional group A.20 functional group trailer: The service segment ending a functional group A.21 identifier: A character or group of characters used to identify or name an item of data and possibly to indicate certain properties of that data (ISO 2382/4) A.22 interchange: Communication between partners in the form of a structured set of messages and service segments starting with an interchange control header and ending with an interchange control trailer A.23 interchange control header: The service segment starting and identifying an interchange A.24 interchange control trailer: The service segment ending an interchange A.25 mandatory: A statement in a segment or message directory which specifies that a segment, a data element, a composite data element or a component data element must be used (cf. conditional) A.26 message: An ordered series of characters intended to convey information (ISO 2382/16) UN/EDIFACT: A set of segments in the order specified in a Message directory starting with the Message header and ending with the Message trailer A.27 message directory: A listing of identified, named, described and specified message types A.28 message header: The service segment starting and uniquely identifying a message A.29 message trailer: The service segment ending a message A.30 message type: An identified and structured set of data elements covering the requirements for a specified type of transaction, e.g. invoice. (...) It can be a service segment or a user data segment A.38 segment code: A code which uniquely identifies each segment as specified in a segment directory A.39 segment tag: A composite data element, in which the first component data element contains a code which uniquely identifies a segment as specified in the relevant segment directory. Additional component data elements can be conditionally used to indicate the hierarchical level and nesting relation in a message and the incidence of repetition of the segment A.40 segment terminator: A syntax character indicating the end of a segment A.41 segments directory: A listing of identified, named, described and specified segments A.42 separator character: A character used for syntactical separation of data A.43 service data element: A data element used in service segments A.44 service segment: A segment required to service the interchange of user data A.45 service string advice: A character string at the beginning of an interchange defining the syntactically delimiting characters and indicators used in the interchange A.46 simple data element: A data element containing a single value A.47 syntax rules: Rules governing the structure of an interchange and its functional groups, messages, segments and data elements A.48 transfer: A communication from one partner to another A.49 user data segment: A segment containing application data ABOUT UNECE Mission Executive Secretary Organizational Structure OPPORTUNITIES Vacancies Internship Programme RESOURCES Statistical Database Evaluations Follow UNECE Facebook Twitter Contact us Flickr Rss Youtube Instagram © United Nations Economic Commission for Europe | Terms and Conditions of Use | Privacy Notice Contact us
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Score: 623447.17 - https://unece.org/trade/uncefact/unedifact/part-4-Annex-A
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A.1 alphabetic character set: A character set that contains letters and may contain control characters and special characters but not digits (ISO 2382/4) A.2 alpha character set: A character set that contains both letters and digits and may contain control characters and special characters (ISO 2382/4) A.3 application message type: A basic message type adapted to suit a certain application area A.4 character set: A finite set of different characters that is considered complete for a given purpose (ISO 2382/4) A.5 common access reference: Key to relate all subsequent transfers of data to the same business file A.6 component data element: A simple data element which is a subordinate portion of a composite data element and in interchange identified by its position within the composite data element A.7 component data element separator: A character used to separate the component data elements in a composite data element A.8 composite data element: A data element containing two or more component data elements A.9 conditional: A statement in a segment or message directory of a condition for the use of a segment, a data element, a composite data element or a component data element (cf. mandatory) A.10 connection: An established link for transmission of data A.11 data: A representation of facts, concepts or instructions in a formalized manner suitable for communication, interpretation or processing by human beings or by automatic means (ISO 2382/1) A.12 data element: A unit of data which in a certain context is considered indivisible (ISO 2382/4) UN/EDIFACT: A unit of data for which the identification, description and value representation have been specified A.13 data elements directory: A listing of identified, named and described data element attributes, with specifications as to how the corresponding data element values shall be represented A.14 data element name: One or more words in a natural language identifying a data element concept A.15 data element separator: A character used to separate data elements in a segment A.16 data element tag: A unique identifier for a data element in a data elements directory A.17 data element value: The specific entry of an identified data element represented as specified in a data elements directory A.18 functional group: One or more messages of the same type headed by a functional group header service segment and ending with a functional group trailer service segment A.19 functional group header: The service segment heading and identifying the functional group A.20 functional group trailer: The service segment ending a functional group A.21 identifier: A character or group of characters used to identify or name an item of data and possibly to indicate certain properties of that data (ISO 2382/4) A.22 interchange: Communication between partners in the form of a structured set of messages and service segments starting with an interchange control header and ending with an interchange control trailer A.23 interchange control header: The service segment starting and identifying an interchange A.24 interchange control trailer: The service segment ending an interchange A.25 mandatory: A statement in a segment or message directory which specifies that a segment, a data element, a composite data element or a component data element must be used (cf. conditional) A.26 message: An ordered series of characters intended to convey information (ISO 2382/16) UN/EDIFACT: A set of segments in the order specified in a Message directory starting with the Message header and ending with the Message trailer A.27 message directory: A listing of identified, named, described and specified message types A.28 message header: The service segment starting and uniquely identifying a message A.29 message trailer: The service segment ending a message A.30 message type: An identified and structured set of data elements covering the requirements for a specified type of transaction, e.g. invoice. (...) It can be a service segment or a user data segment A.38 segment code: A code which uniquely identifies each segment as specified in a segment directory A.39 segment tag: A composite data element, in which the first component data element contains a code which uniquely identifies a segment as specified in the relevant segment directory. Additional component data elements can be conditionally used to indicate the hierarchical level and nesting relation in a message and the incidence of repetition of the segment A.40 segment terminator: A syntax character indicating the end of a segment A.41 segments directory: A listing of identified, named, described and specified segments A.42 separator character: A character used for syntactical separation of data A.43 service data element: A data element used in service segments A.44 service segment: A segment required to service the interchange of user data A.45 service string advice: A character string at the beginning of an interchange defining the syntactically delimiting characters and indicators used in the interchange A.46 simple data element: A data element containing a single value A.47 syntax rules: Rules governing the structure of an interchange and its functional groups, messages, segments and data elements A.48 transfer: A communication from one partner to another A.49 user data segment: A segment containing application data О ЕЭК ООН Миссия Исполнительный секретарь Организационная структура ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ ТРУДОУСТРОЙСТВА Вакансии РЕСУРСЫ База статистических данных Оценки ЕЭК ООН В СОЦИАЛЬНЫХ СЕТЯХ Facebook Twitter Contact us Flickr Rss Youtube Instagram @ Европейская экономическая | комиссия Организации | Объединенных Наций Свяжитесь с нами
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Score: 623447.17 - https://unece.org/ru/node/9062
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A.1 alphabetic character set: A character set that contains letters and may contain control characters and special characters but not digits (ISO 2382/4) A.2 alpha character set: A character set that contains both letters and digits and may contain control characters and special characters (ISO 2382/4) A.3 application message type: A basic message type adapted to suit a certain application area A.4 character set: A finite set of different characters that is considered complete for a given purpose (ISO 2382/4) A.5 common access reference: Key to relate all subsequent transfers of data to the same business file A.6 component data element: A simple data element which is a subordinate portion of a composite data element and in interchange identified by its position within the composite data element A.7 component data element separator: A character used to separate the component data elements in a composite data element A.8 composite data element: A data element containing two or more component data elements A.9 conditional: A statement in a segment or message directory of a condition for the use of a segment, a data element, a composite data element or a component data element (cf. mandatory) A.10 connection: An established link for transmission of data A.11 data: A representation of facts, concepts or instructions in a formalized manner suitable for communication, interpretation or processing by human beings or by automatic means (ISO 2382/1) A.12 data element: A unit of data which in a certain context is considered indivisible (ISO 2382/4) UN/EDIFACT: A unit of data for which the identification, description and value representation have been specified A.13 data elements directory: A listing of identified, named and described data element attributes, with specifications as to how the corresponding data element values shall be represented A.14 data element name: One or more words in a natural language identifying a data element concept A.15 data element separator: A character used to separate data elements in a segment A.16 data element tag: A unique identifier for a data element in a data elements directory A.17 data element value: The specific entry of an identified data element represented as specified in a data elements directory A.18 functional group: One or more messages of the same type headed by a functional group header service segment and ending with a functional group trailer service segment A.19 functional group header: The service segment heading and identifying the functional group A.20 functional group trailer: The service segment ending a functional group A.21 identifier: A character or group of characters used to identify or name an item of data and possibly to indicate certain properties of that data (ISO 2382/4) A.22 interchange: Communication between partners in the form of a structured set of messages and service segments starting with an interchange control header and ending with an interchange control trailer A.23 interchange control header: The service segment starting and identifying an interchange A.24 interchange control trailer: The service segment ending an interchange A.25 mandatory: A statement in a segment or message directory which specifies that a segment, a data element, a composite data element or a component data element must be used (cf. conditional) A.26 message: An ordered series of characters intended to convey information (ISO 2382/16) UN/EDIFACT: A set of segments in the order specified in a Message directory starting with the Message header and ending with the Message trailer A.27 message directory: A listing of identified, named, described and specified message types A.28 message header: The service segment starting and uniquely identifying a message A.29 message trailer: The service segment ending a message A.30 message type: An identified and structured set of data elements covering the requirements for a specified type of transaction, e.g. invoice. (...) It can be a service segment or a user data segment A.38 segment code: A code which uniquely identifies each segment as specified in a segment directory A.39 segment tag: A composite data element, in which the first component data element contains a code which uniquely identifies a segment as specified in the relevant segment directory. Additional component data elements can be conditionally used to indicate the hierarchical level and nesting relation in a message and the incidence of repetition of the segment A.40 segment terminator: A syntax character indicating the end of a segment A.41 segments directory: A listing of identified, named, described and specified segments A.42 separator character: A character used for syntactical separation of data A.43 service data element: A data element used in service segments A.44 service segment: A segment required to service the interchange of user data A.45 service string advice: A character string at the beginning of an interchange defining the syntactically delimiting characters and indicators used in the interchange A.46 simple data element: A data element containing a single value A.47 syntax rules: Rules governing the structure of an interchange and its functional groups, messages, segments and data elements A.48 transfer: A communication from one partner to another A.49 user data segment: A segment containing application data ABOUT UNECE Mission Executive Secretary Organizational Structure OPPORTUNITIES Vacancies Internship Programme RESOURCES Statistical Database Evaluations Follow UNECE Facebook Twitter Contact us Flickr Rss Youtube Instagram © United Nations Economic Commission for Europe | Terms and Conditions of Use | Privacy Notice Contact us
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Score: 623447.17 - https://unece.org/zh-hans/node/9062
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A.1 alphabetic character set: A character set that contains letters and may contain control characters and special characters but not digits (ISO 2382/4) A.2 alpha character set: A character set that contains both letters and digits and may contain control characters and special characters (ISO 2382/4) A.3 application message type: A basic message type adapted to suit a certain application area A.4 character set: A finite set of different characters that is considered complete for a given purpose (ISO 2382/4) A.5 common access reference: Key to relate all subsequent transfers of data to the same business file A.6 component data element: A simple data element which is a subordinate portion of a composite data element and in interchange identified by its position within the composite data element A.7 component data element separator: A character used to separate the component data elements in a composite data element A.8 composite data element: A data element containing two or more component data elements A.9 conditional: A statement in a segment or message directory of a condition for the use of a segment, a data element, a composite data element or a component data element (cf. mandatory) A.10 connection: An established link for transmission of data A.11 data: A representation of facts, concepts or instructions in a formalized manner suitable for communication, interpretation or processing by human beings or by automatic means (ISO 2382/1) A.12 data element: A unit of data which in a certain context is considered indivisible (ISO 2382/4) UN/EDIFACT: A unit of data for which the identification, description and value representation have been specified A.13 data elements directory: A listing of identified, named and described data element attributes, with specifications as to how the corresponding data element values shall be represented A.14 data element name: One or more words in a natural language identifying a data element concept A.15 data element separator: A character used to separate data elements in a segment A.16 data element tag: A unique identifier for a data element in a data elements directory A.17 data element value: The specific entry of an identified data element represented as specified in a data elements directory A.18 functional group: One or more messages of the same type headed by a functional group header service segment and ending with a functional group trailer service segment A.19 functional group header: The service segment heading and identifying the functional group A.20 functional group trailer: The service segment ending a functional group A.21 identifier: A character or group of characters used to identify or name an item of data and possibly to indicate certain properties of that data (ISO 2382/4) A.22 interchange: Communication between partners in the form of a structured set of messages and service segments starting with an interchange control header and ending with an interchange control trailer A.23 interchange control header: The service segment starting and identifying an interchange A.24 interchange control trailer: The service segment ending an interchange A.25 mandatory: A statement in a segment or message directory which specifies that a segment, a data element, a composite data element or a component data element must be used (cf. conditional) A.26 message: An ordered series of characters intended to convey information (ISO 2382/16) UN/EDIFACT: A set of segments in the order specified in a Message directory starting with the Message header and ending with the Message trailer A.27 message directory: A listing of identified, named, described and specified message types A.28 message header: The service segment starting and uniquely identifying a message A.29 message trailer: The service segment ending a message A.30 message type: An identified and structured set of data elements covering the requirements for a specified type of transaction, e.g. invoice. (...) It can be a service segment or a user data segment A.38 segment code: A code which uniquely identifies each segment as specified in a segment directory A.39 segment tag: A composite data element, in which the first component data element contains a code which uniquely identifies a segment as specified in the relevant segment directory. Additional component data elements can be conditionally used to indicate the hierarchical level and nesting relation in a message and the incidence of repetition of the segment A.40 segment terminator: A syntax character indicating the end of a segment A.41 segments directory: A listing of identified, named, described and specified segments A.42 separator character: A character used for syntactical separation of data A.43 service data element: A data element used in service segments A.44 service segment: A segment required to service the interchange of user data A.45 service string advice: A character string at the beginning of an interchange defining the syntactically delimiting characters and indicators used in the interchange A.46 simple data element: A data element containing a single value A.47 syntax rules: Rules governing the structure of an interchange and its functional groups, messages, segments and data elements A.48 transfer: A communication from one partner to another A.49 user data segment: A segment containing application data ABOUT UNECE Mission Executive Secretary Organizational Structure OPPORTUNITIES Vacancies Internship Programme RESOURCES Statistical Database Evaluations Follow UNECE Facebook Twitter Contact us Flickr Rss Youtube Instagram © United Nations Economic Commission for Europe | Terms and Conditions of Use | Privacy Notice Contact us
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A.1 alphabetic character set: A character set that contains letters and may contain control characters and special characters but not digits (ISO 2382/4) A.2 alpha character set: A character set that contains both letters and digits and may contain control characters and special characters (ISO 2382/4) A.3 application message type: A basic message type adapted to suit a certain application area A.4 character set: A finite set of different characters that is considered complete for a given purpose (ISO 2382/4) A.5 common access reference: Key to relate all subsequent transfers of data to the same business file A.6 component data element: A simple data element which is a subordinate portion of a composite data element and in interchange identified by its position within the composite data element A.7 component data element separator: A character used to separate the component data elements in a composite data element A.8 composite data element: A data element containing two or more component data elements A.9 conditional: A statement in a segment or message directory of a condition for the use of a segment, a data element, a composite data element or a component data element (cf. mandatory) A.10 connection: An established link for transmission of data A.11 data: A representation of facts, concepts or instructions in a formalized manner suitable for communication, interpretation or processing by human beings or by automatic means (ISO 2382/1) A.12 data element: A unit of data which in a certain context is considered indivisible (ISO 2382/4) UN/EDIFACT: A unit of data for which the identification, description and value representation have been specified A.13 data elements directory: A listing of identified, named and described data element attributes, with specifications as to how the corresponding data element values shall be represented A.14 data element name: One or more words in a natural language identifying a data element concept A.15 data element separator: A character used to separate data elements in a segment A.16 data element tag: A unique identifier for a data element in a data elements directory A.17 data element value: The specific entry of an identified data element represented as specified in a data elements directory A.18 functional group: One or more messages of the same type headed by a functional group header service segment and ending with a functional group trailer service segment A.19 functional group header: The service segment heading and identifying the functional group A.20 functional group trailer: The service segment ending a functional group A.21 identifier: A character or group of characters used to identify or name an item of data and possibly to indicate certain properties of that data (ISO 2382/4) A.22 interchange: Communication between partners in the form of a structured set of messages and service segments starting with an interchange control header and ending with an interchange control trailer A.23 interchange control header: The service segment starting and identifying an interchange A.24 interchange control trailer: The service segment ending an interchange A.25 mandatory: A statement in a segment or message directory which specifies that a segment, a data element, a composite data element or a component data element must be used (cf. conditional) A.26 message: An ordered series of characters intended to convey information (ISO 2382/16) UN/EDIFACT: A set of segments in the order specified in a Message directory starting with the Message header and ending with the Message trailer A.27 message directory: A listing of identified, named, described and specified message types A.28 message header: The service segment starting and uniquely identifying a message A.29 message trailer: The service segment ending a message A.30 message type: An identified and structured set of data elements covering the requirements for a specified type of transaction, e.g. invoice. (...) It can be a service segment or a user data segment A.38 segment code: A code which uniquely identifies each segment as specified in a segment directory A.39 segment tag: A composite data element, in which the first component data element contains a code which uniquely identifies a segment as specified in the relevant segment directory. Additional component data elements can be conditionally used to indicate the hierarchical level and nesting relation in a message and the incidence of repetition of the segment A.40 segment terminator: A syntax character indicating the end of a segment A.41 segments directory: A listing of identified, named, described and specified segments A.42 separator character: A character used for syntactical separation of data A.43 service data element: A data element used in service segments A.44 service segment: A segment required to service the interchange of user data A.45 service string advice: A character string at the beginning of an interchange defining the syntactically delimiting characters and indicators used in the interchange A.46 simple data element: A data element containing a single value A.47 syntax rules: Rules governing the structure of an interchange and its functional groups, messages, segments and data elements A.48 transfer: A communication from one partner to another A.49 user data segment: A segment containing application data A PROPOS Mandat Secrétaire exécutif Structure de l’organisation OPPORTUNITÉS D’EMPLOI Postes vacants RECHERCHES Base de données statistique Évaluations SUIVEZ NOUS Facebook Twitter Contact us Flickr Rss Youtube Instagram @ Commission économique des Nations Unies pour l’Europe | Termes et conditions d'utilisation | Confidentialité de l'information Nous contacter
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