Tag: Terminology

IEEE C57.12.00f-1987

IEEE 1477-1998

Rail transit vehicle passenger information system interfaces with the vehicle's carboy, train crew, control system, power system, and passengers are described in this standard. The physical, logical, and electrical interfaces of the passenger information system for rail transit vehicle systems and subsystems are specified.


This standard defines the syntax and semantics of a format used to express power intent in energy aware electronic system design. Power intent includes the concepts and information required for specification and validation, implementation and verification, and modelling and analysis of power managed electronic systems. This standard also defines the relationship between the power intent captured in this format and design intent captured via other formats (e.g., standard hardware description languages and cell libraries).


This guide suggests surge arrester installation methods at distribution cable terminal poles in order to minimize the total impressed transient voltage on medium-voltage distribution cables (up to 46 kV). Grounding electrode techniques, pole ground values, and system ground grid values are not addressed or considered in this document.


This Recommended Practice considers the components of both the ac and dc systems and provides guidelines and recommendations for designing the appropriate systems for the substation under consideration. This recommended practice covers the low-voltage auxiliary systems from the source(s) to the distribution point(s). Reliability requirements and load characteristics are discussed, and distribution methods are recommended.


This standard provides an architectural framework for the Internet of Food (IoF) system applications. The framework addresses interoperability, scalability, and security requirements to ensure cross-domain interaction, aid system efficiency and functional compatibility.


The standard develops data specifications for Internet of Food (IoF) system implementations. Data structure, coding scheme and reference information model for IoF applications are also defined to ensure interoperable, agile, and scalable network solutions and service delivery.


The standard establishes terminologies and definitions used in the description of Brain-Computer Interfaces.


This Standard defines the essential characteristics and parameters of in vivo neural interface research studies (including clinical trials) to be reported in peer-reviewed scientific and clinical literature, including both minimum reporting standards and best-practice guidelines.

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