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Preferred Academic Citations for ISO Schematron

For ISO Schematron:

  • Information technology — Document Schema Definition Languages (DSDL) — Part 3: Rule-based validation, Schematron, International Standard ISO/IEC 19757-3, Geneva, Switzerland : ISO

For ISO Schematron (1st Edition) in particular:

  • Information technology — Document Schema Definition Languages (DSDL) — Part 3: Rule-based validation, Schematron, International Standard ISO/IEC 19757-3:2006, Geneva, Switzerland : ISO
  • (Japanese) Document Schema Definition Languages (DSDL) – Part 3: Rule-based validation – Schematron , JIS X 4177-3 Mars 2008. (Note: Murata-san’s translation appears to be available
    online)

For ISO Schematron (2nd Edition) in particular:

  • Information technology — Document Schema Definition Languages (DSDL) — Part 3: Rule-based validation, Schematron, second edition, International Standard ISO/IEC 19757-3:20106, Geneva, Switzerland : ISO

Preferred Academic Citations for Schematron

Schematron was developed at the Academia Sinica Computing Centre, Taiwan. Many citations use the URL of that site, which was http://xml.ascc.net/resource/schematron which is not live. The pages are still available through the Wayback Machine.

If you need to refer to Schematron generally or to a pre-ISO version specifically please use one of the following, which match the various common titles given:

The first presentation of Schematron at an international conference was:

  • Jelliffe, Rick.
    “Report on the Schematron: A Language for Making Assertions about the Presence or Absence of Patterns in Graph-Structured
    Data in XML” at Two thousand Pacific Neighbourhood Consortium annual conference & joint meetings, January 11-17 2000,中央研究院, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, 2000 held at UCBerkely, USA (Program)

The first in-house presentation on Schematron at Academia Sinica Computing Centre was:

Standard Citations for Schematron in Specifications

For contracts and specifications: the preferred minimal form suggested by
ISO is along these lines:

  • The XXXX system shall conform to the latest edition of ISO/IEC 19757-3,
    Information technology — Document Schema Definition Languages (DSDL) — Part 3: Rule-based validation, Schematron
  • The YYYY Schematron schemas shall be "correct schemas" as defined in ISO/IEC 19757-3:2016,
    Information technology — Document Schema Definition Languages (DSDL) — Part 3: Rule-based validation, Schematron
  • The ZZZZ system validation reports shall be valid SVRL XML documents as defined in ISO/IEC 19757-3:2006,
    Information technology — Document Schema Definition Languages (DSDL) — Part 3: Rule-based validation, Schematron