Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of ISO15926Primer_How_Actually

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11/28/11 01:18:03 (10 years ago)
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  • ISO15926Primer_How_Actually

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    2525All of these differences are reflected in different data structures with subtle differences in meaning of even common terms. As a result, making the software of all the participants communicate is like trying to pound square pegs into round holes, except that in this case there are many different shapes of pegs and many different shapes of holes. It is certainly possible to make the software communicate (an in fact many professionals make a good living doing just that) but it is costly and time-consuming. 
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    27   (In the ''Introduction to ISO 15926'' we give an example of two engineers, each working for a different organization, and who wish to exchange some information but cannot easily do so because their respective systems were designed with different purposes in mind.) 
     27  (In ''An Introduction to ISO 15926'' we give examples of information exchanges hampered by lack of compatibility of data models.) 
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