Kommittébeteckning: SIS/TK 450 (IT-standarder för Lärande)
Källa: ISO
Svarsdatum: den 8 jan 2019
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1.1.1 Scope of 24751

ISO/IEC 24751 is a multi-part standard that defines an AccessForAll framework to enable: 

•Individuals to discover, explore, refine, prioritize and request their personally unique preferences, for a given context, and

•AccessForAll services to satisfy the individual preferences by delivering a match (e.g, finding, assembling, developing, recruiting or using other strategies to deliver products,services, configurations or environments that match the preferences [herein referred to as AfA resources])

AccessForAll is in large part motivated by the goal of addressing currently unmet or poorly met preferences (where the term ‘preferences’ encompasses the range from critical needs to preferences). This goal is in part satisfied by registries, which are open to any individual or organization, to register possible preference concepts (as AccessForAll Preference Concepts), including concepts associated with unanticipated, emerging or new preferences. These registered AccessForAll Preference Concepts might then be used to express individual preferences within a broad diversity of AccessForAll implementing services. An AccessForAll Concept Registry is intended to register possible preference concepts; it is not used for individuals to declare or store personal preferences or personal preference sets (AfA Preference Statement), this is achieved through AccessForAll services that support discovery, exploration, refinement, prioritization and matching of Individual Preference Statements. (An AccessForAll Preference Concept might itself be able to represent a preference or it may require qualification and/or combination with other  preference concepts to form a preference through an AfA Preference Statement).

1.1.2 Future Parts

This International Standard is designed to accommodate developments in technology and implementations and supports the addition of more parts in the future.

1.2 Scope of Part 1 of 24751

Part 1 specifies the basic principles of an AccessForAll approach and the specifications for AccessForAll (AfA) registries.

This part defines:

•a framework and basic principles to support matching of individually unique preferences (that may vary according to the context, including the user goal) to resources that satisfy the preferences.

•specifications for AccessForAll (AfA) registries to register AfA Preference Concepts

In order to make it easier for users and developers to understand and use AfA Preference Concepts, this part supports registration of multiple names and descriptions for a given AfA Preference Concept. It aims to enable users, developers, and others to use their chosen names and descriptions, in their chosen natural language, and yet have them interoperate within many systems.

AccessForAll Preference Concepts will be used by AccessForAll services to:

•enable individuals to create AfA Preference Statements (3.5) or requests, (this includes discovering, exploring, evaluating and refining an understanding of the preferences that work best for them in a given context to achieve a given goal),

•identify resources that match AfA preference concepts (including, but not limited to, through the application of resource metadata)

•match resources to personally declared AfA Preference Statements