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January 20, 2004
Candidate Standard 5105.1
The Printer Working Group (PWG)
Abstract: This document is a high level overview of the Semantic Model defined by the PWG. This document briefly describes the semantic elements defined in various PWG documents and PWG documents submitted to the IETF. The Semantic Model also incorporates additions made by other groups addressing print systems. With every semantic element included a reference is provided to the document and section that details the semantic definition.
The Semantic Model contains a high level description of the Actions that operate on the objects and attributes in the model. This document does not describe the mapping of the semantics onto a specific protocol or network environment.
January 20, 2004
Candidate Standard 5105.1
The Printer Working Group (PWG)
This version of the PWG Proposed Standard is available electronically at:
ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/standards/pwg5105.1.pdf , .doc, .rtf
This document is an IEEE-ISTO PWG Candidate Standard. For a definition of a "PWG Candidate Standard" and its transition to a "PWG Standard", see: ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/general/pwg-process.pdf.
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The Printer Working Group (or PWG) is a Program of the IEEE Industry Standards and Technology Organization (ISTO) with member organizations including printer manufacturers, print server developers, operating system providers, network operating systems providers, network connectivity vendors, and print management application developers. The group is chartered to make printers and the applications and operating systems supporting them work together better. All references to the PWG in this document implicitly mean “The Printer Working Group, a Program of the IEEE ISTO.” In order to meet this objective, the PWG will document the results of their work as open standards that define print related protocols, interfaces, procedures and conventions. Printer manufacturers and vendors of printer related software will benefit from the interoperability provided by voluntary conformance to these standards.
In general, a PWG standard is a specification that is stable, well understood, and is technically competent, has multiple, independent and interoperable implementations with substantial operational experience, and enjoys significant public support.
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Table of Contents
2 Author's Addresses 68
3.1 Changes to remove some IPP specific aspects 70
3.2 Attribute Group Mapping 71
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