ISO/IEC 23092-3:2020 - Information technology. Genomic information representation. Metadata and application programming interfaces (APIs)

ISO/IEC 23092-3:2020

Information technology. Genomic information representation. Metadata and application programming interfaces (APIs)

Status : Current   Published : March 2020

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This document specifies information metadata, auxiliary fields, SAM interoperability, protection metadata and programming interfaces of genomic information. It defines:

  • metadata storage and interpretation for the different encapsulation levels as specified in ISO/IEC 23092-1 (in Clause 6);

  • protection elements providing confidentiality, integrity and privacy rules at the different encapsulation levels specified in ISO/IEC 23092-1 (in Clause 7);

  • how to associate auxiliary fields to encoded reads (in Clause 8);

  • mechanisms for backward compatibility with existing SAM content, and exportation to this format (in Annex C);

  • interfaces to access genomic information coded in compliance with ISO/IEC 23092-1 and ISO/IEC 23092-2 (in subclause  8.1).




Standard NumberISO/IEC 23092-3:2020
TitleInformation technology. Genomic information representation. Metadata and application programming interfaces (APIs)
StatusCurrent
Publication Date17 March 2020
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO/IEC 23092-2, ISO/IEC 23092-1
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO/IEC 10646, ISO/IEC 9834-8
Draft Superseded ByISO/IEC DIS 23092-3
ICS35.040.99
Title in FrenchTechnologie de l'information — Représentation des informations génomiques — Partie 3: Métadonnées et interfaces de programmation d'application (API) Partie 3: Métadonnées et interfaces de programmation d'application (API)
CommitteeIST/37
PublisherISO
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages100
File Size2.313 MB
Price£159.00


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