<std-xref> Cross-Reference to a Standard
Used within one of the standards metadata elements to identify, and possibly provide a link to, another standard. This element is used to name a related standard, for example, a standard that has been revised, amended, or replaced by the current standard.
Relationship to Standard Citation
The <std-xref> element is part of the metadata of a standards document, where it is used to mention and/or point to a related standard, for example, a standard that this standards document amends. In contrast, when a standard is mentioned within the prose of a standards document, the element <std> holds the designation and other information for the standard being cited. Inside the <std> citation, the element <std-ref> may be used to identify the designation of the cited standard and separate it from other information concerning the standard.
The @type attribute can be used to indicate the relationship between the current standards document and the standard being referenced. For example, the value “amends” indicates that this is a reference to the standard which the current document amends, and the value “revises” indicates that the reference is to the standard which the current document revises.
Models and Context
<!ELEMENT std-xref %std-xref-model; >
Expanded Content Model
((std-ident | std-ref | std-id-group)+, release-date*, meta-date*)
Showing <std-ref> within <std-xref>
... <reg-meta originator="CEN" id="profile.reg"> ... <secretariat>...</secretariat> <ics>13.110</ics> <std-xref type="supersedes"> <std-ref>EN ISO 13849-1:2006</std-ref> </std-xref> <permissions> <copyright-statement>All rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reserved worldwide for CEN national Members.</copyright-statement> <copyright-year>2008</copyright-year> <copyright-holder>CEN</copyright-holder> </permissions> </reg-meta> ...
Showing use of <std-id-group> within <std-xref>
... <std-meta> ... <std-xref type="revision_of"> <std-id-group> <std-id std-id-type="dated">ASME A17.1-2010/CSA B44-10</std-id> <std-id std-id-type="dated" std-id-link-type="doi">10.1115/ASME A17.1-2010/CSA B44-10</std-id> </std-id-group> </std-xref> <permissions> <copyright-statement>ASME is the registered trademark of The American Society of Mechanical Engineers.</copyright-statement> <copyright-year>2013</copyright-year> <copyright-holder>THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS</copyright-holder> </permissions> <self-uri xlink:href="https://www.asme.org/products/codes-standards/a171-2013-safety-code-elevators-escalators"/> <abstract> <p>Major changes for the 2013 edition include: Requirements for ...</p> </abstract> ... </std-meta> ...