SIST EN ISO 19160-4:2018

Oznaka standarda: SIST EN ISO 19160-4:2018
Koda projekta: 00331108
Organizacija: SIST
Naslov (angleški): Addressing - Part 4: International postal address components and template languages (ISO 19160-4:2017)
Naslov (slovenski): Naslavljanje - 4. del: Sestavni deli in jezikovne predloge mednarodnega poštnega naslova (ISO 19160-4:2017)
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Tehnični odbor: I13 - Imaginarni 13
ICS: 03.240 35.240.69
Status: Objavljen
Objavljen: 01-Mar-2018
Refer. št. objave: Sporocila 2018-03
Referenčna oznaka: EN ISO 19160-4:2017
Področje projekta (angleško): The revision of EN 14142-1 aims at bringing together current an ongoing efforts within the Universal Postal Union (a special organisation of the United Nations), the CEN and ISO to create one global standard under the ISO/TC211 for International postal address components and template languages. This document forms part 4 of ISO 19160. ISO 19160 consists of the following parts, under the general title Addressing: Part 1: Terminology and conceptual model Part 2: Good practices for address assignment schemes Part 3: Quality management for address data Part 4: International postal address components and template languages Traditionally, postal operators have been highly flexible with regard to the manner in which postal items can be addressed: any form and content of address was acceptable as long as it permitted sufficiently unambiguous determination of the delivery point. Even today, many posts pride themselves on their ability, using staff intelligence and local demographic knowledge, to deliver postal items carrying incomplete or unusual address representations. It has become more and more vital to ensure that the vast majority of postal items are addressed in a way which can be processed automatically, without risk of misinterpretation. Today, the vast majority of postal items carry printed addresses which are extracted from computer databases. Such databases need to be maintained in the face of population mobility, creation and suppression of delivery points and changes in their specification such as renaming of streets, renumbering of properties, etc. Moreover, there is a growing tendency for companies to exchange or trade address data and, in the context of the European Single Market, for companies in one country to hold address data of organisations and individuals in other countries, which might use different approaches to the structuring of printed addresses. Addresses can be rendered according to rules that differ from country to country or from one mailing to another. This part of ISO 19160 does not impose any obligation on countries or mailers on how addresses shall be rendered but provides a language to express rendering rules recommended by postal operators or for various mailing purposes. Templates specified according to this part of ISO 19160 may be used to exchange information about address rendering rules on international cross border mail and domestic mail. This part of ISO 19160 defines key terms, a dictionary of postal address components and constraints on the use of the components. Further this part of ISO 19160 defines languages suitable for human comprehension and computer processing to formally express address rendering rules that stipulate how a postal address is to be written, including the order in which postal address components are to appear, required and optional components, and the presentation or rendition of the components, subject to constraints on the space available for that task. A formal expression of address rendering rules provided in one of the specified languages is defined in this part of ISO 19160 as postal address template. This standard provides a dictionary of the possible components of postal addresses, together with examples of and constraints on their use. Specifically, this part of ISO 19160The standard defines three hierarchical levels of postal address component: > segments, such as addressee specification, which correspond to major logical portions of a postal address; > constructs, such as organisation identification, which group elements within segments into units which are meaningful for human interpretation; > elements, such as organisation name or legal status, which correspond to the lowest level of constructs, i.e., those which are not themselves made up of subordinate elements, though they may be sub-divided for technical purposes. To cover multiple occurrences and locations of elements in an address, and to be able where necessary to work with sub-divisions of eleme
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Nadomešča SIST EN 14142-1:2011 - Poštne storitve - Baze naslovov - 1. del: Sestavni deli poštnih naslovov 20-Dec-2017
Revidiran oSIST prEN ISO 19160-4:2022 - Naslavljanje - 4. del: Sestavni deli in jezikovne predloge mednarodnega poštnega naslova (ISO/DIS 19160-4:2022) 28-Jul-2021
Revidiran SIST EN 14142-1:2011 - Poštne storitve - Baze naslovov - 1. del: Sestavni deli poštnih naslovov 10-Dec-2014


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