BS ISO 8000-2:2020 pdf download – Data quality Part 2: Vocabulary
technique of replacing natural language terms in a message with identifiers (3.3.1) that reference datadictionary entries (3.6.1)
semantically coded data specificationdata requirements statement
data specification (3.6.3) that uses entries from a data dictionary (3.6.2)EXAMPLE 1 An ISo/TS 22745-30 compliant identification guide.
EXAMPLE 2ISO 13584-501.
Note 1 to entry: A semantically coded data specification can be used to specify rules for describing itemsbelonging to a particular class using semantic encoding (3.9.2).
3.10 Terms relating to transaction data
completion of a business action or a course of action3.10.2
data (3.2.2) representing a business transaction (3.10.1)
3.11 Terms relating to master data
data(3.2.2) held by an organization to describe the entities (3.3.3) that are both independent andfundamental for that organization, and referenced in order to perform its transactions
EXAMPLE A credit card transaction is related to two entities that are represented by master data.Thefirst is the credit card account at the issuing bank and is identified by the credit card number,with the masterdata representing information(3.2.1) required by the issuing bank about that specific account. The second isthe merchant account at the accepting bank and is identified by the merchant number, with the master datarepresenting information required by the accepting bank about that specific merchant.
Note 1 to entry: Types of master data include records that describe customers, products (3.5.1), employees,materials, suppliers, services, shareholders, facilities, equipment, and rules and regulations.
Note 2 to entry: The determination of what is considered master data depends on the viewpoint of theorganization.
Note 3 to entry:The term “entity” is used in the general sense, not as used in data modelling.
master data message data message used to exchange master data (3.11.1)
3.12 Terms relating to product data
product data quality
consistency, completeness, and suitability for the purpose of the product data (3.5.2)
[SOURCE: ISO 10303-59:2014, 18.104.22.168, modified — The word “its purpose” have been replaced with “the purpose”.]
criterion for evaluating product data quality (3.12.1)
[SOURCE: ISO 10303-59:2014, 22.214.171.124]
product shape data
data (3.2.2) representing product (3.5.1) shape with geometric and topological information in
accordance with ISO 10303‑42
[SOURCE: ISO 10303-59:2014, 126.96.36.199]
allowance used for the assessment of shape data quality (3.8.1) by numerical test EXAMPLE A distance threshold is the basis on which to evaluate the gap between a base surface and bounding curves for trimming the effective portion of the surface. This threshold specifies that if the maximum distance between the surface and the curves is greater than or equal to the specified minimum value then the gap is a quality (3.1.3) defect.
[SOURCE: ISO 10303-59:2014, 188.8.131.52, modified — Note to entry has been replaced with Example.]
determination of conformity to specified requirements (3.1.2)
[SOURCE: ISO 9000:2015, 3.11.7, modified — Notes to entry have been removed.]
result of inspection (3.12.5) which indicates whether, or not, quality (3.1.3) defects exist within the
inspected product shape data (3.12.3)
Note 1 to entry: Such results can also include detailed information (3.2.1) on what type of quality defects exist,and how serious the defect is, together with the shape element data (3.2.2) where the problem is detected.
[SOURCE: ISO 10303-59:2014, 184.108.40.206, modified — The words “the product shape data inspected contains quality defects” have been replaced with “quality defects exist within the inspected product shape data”.]
specification to control precision of an approximate solution
Note 1 to entry: The intended interpretation of the accuracy is that an approximate solution is acceptable if the difference between that approximate solution and any other approximate solution obtained by calculation with a finer distribution of sampling points is smaller than the given accuracy. There are two types of accuracy:
— general accuracy applied to all the measurements (3.4.2), and
— specific accuracy applied only to specified measurements.
3.13 Terms relating to item of production and item of supply
item of production
goods or service that conforms to a specification defined by a supplier
Note 1 to entry: Items of production are commonly tracked by part numbers (3.13.4), model numbers, or procedure codes.
[SOURCE: ISO 22745-2:2010, 22.2, modified — The word “good” has been replaced with “goods”.]BS ISO 8000-2 pdf download.