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.
This element may be contained in:
... <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> ...
... <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> ...