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Information technology — Business agreement semantic descriptive techniques — Part 1: Operational aspects of Open-edi for implementation. Information technology — Business Operational View — Part 2: Registration of scenarios and their components as business objects.
Information technology — Business Operational View — Part 4: Business transaction scenarios — Accounting and economic ontology. Information technology — Business Operational View — Part 5: Identification and referencing of requirements of jurisdictional domains as sources of external constraints. Information technology — Business Operational View — Part 6: Technical introduction to e-Business modelling.
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