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ISO TR 24014-2

1st Edition, August 15, 2013

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Public transport - Interoperable fare management system - Part 2: Business practices



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This Technical Report introduces a generic conceptual framework that can be applied to all Interoperable Fare Management Systems (hereafter IFMS) compliant with ISO 24014-1, as the basis for business practices relating to the conceptual framework for an IFMS, which is described in ISO 24014-1.

This generic conceptual framework comprises three parts:

a) structure of Set of Rules;

b) collaboration of functional models;

c) integration of Set of Rules.

A "Structure of Set of Rules" is applied to Set of Rules covering the whole domain of IFMS functionality in all aspects of a system including

— a structure based upon IFM-roles in the domain of IFM functional model,

— a structure based upon roles, abstract objects performing a set of functions, in all IFM domains, and

— a structure based upon business entities in all IFM domains.

These structures provide a method to easily understand the Structure of Set of Rules as a whole.

Collaboration of functional models is applied when different functional models that collaborate exist, such as might be defined by the coexistence of applications on a medium, between functional models of existing IFMS, or between IFM functional model and functional model of a non-PT system. Such relationships are best explained and understood from the viewpoint of a three-dimensional model as defined in Clause 6.

"Integration of Set of Rules" is applied to clarify the extent of interoperability that may exist between existing IFMSs which are collaborating by quantifying the integration of Set of Rules based upon "Structure of Set of Rules".

This Technical Report is used as a tool for business practices. Any organizational references and concrete descriptions in examples within this Technical Report are purely informative.
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