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ISO/IEC 9834-1

4th Edition, May 15, 2012

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Information technology - Procedures for the operation of object identifier registration authorities: General procedures and top arcs of the international object identifier tree



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This Recommendation | International Standard:

a) specifies a registration-hierarchical-name-tree (RH-name-tree) which is a generic tree structure for allocations made by a hierarchical structure of Registration Authorities, and the specific form of this that supports the ASN.1 OBJECT IDENTIFIER type and the ASN.1 OID-IRI type (see ITU-T Rec. X.680 | ISO/IEC 8824-1);

b) registers top-level arcs of the international object identifier tree;

c) specifies procedures which are generally applicable to registration in the context of any RH-name-tree;

d) provides guidelines for the establishment and operation of International Registration Authorities for use, when needed, by other Recommendations and/or International Standards;

e) provides guidelines for additional Recommendations | International Standards which choose to reference the procedures in this Recommendation | International Standard;

f) provides a recommended fee structure for lower-level Registration Authorities;

g) records the information provided to IETF and the registration with IANA of the "oid" IRI scheme (see Annex F).

NOTE 1 – This Recommendation | International Standard does not exclude or disallow the use of any syntactic form of names or naming domains for registration purposes. This Recommendation | International Standard is intended to cover those cases where a registration-hierarchical-name is an appropriate form of identification.

NOTE 2 – Information about registration for specific objects is contained in separate Recommendations | International Standards.

This Recommendation | International Standard applies to registration by Recommendations and/or International Standards, by International Registration Authorities (see clause 8), and by any other Registration Authority.

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