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AAT ICAS 9044 ✧ administrative license

document note: this document is part of the Integrated Chronological Applications System (ICAS). Alliance for the Advancement of Technology (AAT) provides ICAS standards documents subject to terms of use described in document AAT ICAS 9010. please refer to other key AAT ICAS standards documents accessible via the AAT ICAS web site at for important information about ICAS.

this document describes ICAS administrative licensing. please refer to AAT ICAS 9040 for additional important licensing information. the development of ICAS element sets is moreover subject to AAT ICAS 9045.

ICAS administrative license

AAT shall grant ICAS administrative licenses to recognized standards organizations upon request or notice. administrative licensing is intended for organizations developing ICAS, metric, or other standards for standards, new, or special uses. examples of administrative license projects include the development of new ICAS features, the development of ICAS standards for one or more natural languages, or the integration/coordination of ICAS features to particular standards systems. ICAS administrative licensees should provide AAT with a description of any ICAS-related projects or developments for consideration in a subsequent effective version of ICAS.

the administrative development of element sets (localization, term, format, character) for certain languages may be subject to approval by a designated standards-developing organization for the language before AAT will process the element set. independent element set developers may also register a localized element set for a particular language under a particular developer name per AAT ICAS 9043.

the development of administrative systems derived from other systems of calendar and clock are subject to the use of unique system identifiers.

rights granted to administrative licensees

to facilitate the development of standards, AAT ICAS hereby grants administrative licensees rights of development in the manner described in the IEEE Standards Style Manual (2007, p7).

AAT ICAS administrative licensing will provide for recognized administrative developers to be granted unrestricted world rights to use an AAT ICAS document as the basis for the development of a 'designated administrative licensee' standard and for all future revisions and editions of that standard in all media known or henceforth known and/or developed.

for example, an administrative licensee (like IEEE, BIPM, ISO, NIST, OASIS, W3, LISA, UNESCO, or so forth) could appropriate any AAT ICAS standard document as the basis for an independently-developed ICAS (like IEEE ICAS or W3C ICAS or so forth), or as the basis for any other existing or future standard-type to be designated by a developer.

administrative developers shall retain all rights for the copyright and development of their own designated standards. and AAT ICAS shall retain all rights for the copyright and development of AAT ICAS standards. all parties shall agree to give proper reference credit for any adopted or independently-developed material.

should a developer have a reason to believe that an additional permission or license agreement might be required, then contact the AAT ICAS department for clarification.

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system identifiersdatetime
Uniform CalendarUCUCN 12019 S19 Yellow
Inter-Dial ClockIDCzone(UT)t339 tt050
'ICAS in use' can accommodate calendar and clock formatting 'for all people, for all time'.
day of yearD-o-YAD common year day139
Gregorian calendarGG2019 May 19 Sunday
seconds, minutes, hoursSMHUT08:08:14
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