Subject: RPLY:CDM -
From: Jon Stonecash <JON -dot- C -dot- STONECASH -at- CDEV -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 6 Oct 1993 10:16:18 -0500

I am researching electronic technical manuals.
I heard that the U.S. Department of Defense has created the
CDM (Content Data Model) standard based on SGML.
Does anyone know from where I can get some more information on CDM?
All pointers and references are appreciated.
Ciao Martin

Martin Hollender Man-Machine Systems Lab University of Kassel
tel. ++49-561-804-2701 email: mh -at- batman -dot- imat -dot- maschinenbau -dot- uni-kassel -dot- de

You can get a free copy of the standard by sending a fax to the following:

To:Standardization Documents Order Desk
Phone:(215) 697-5164
Fax:(215) 697-2978

From: *you*
Company: *your organization*
Phone:(111) 222-3333
Fax: (444) 555-6666

Pages including this cover page: ?

Please send 1 copy of the following standards for Interactive Electronic
Technical Manuals to the address below:

*your regular mail address where packages are delivered*

MIL-D-87269 -- Data Base, Revisable: For the Support of Interactive Electronic
Technical Manuals
MIL-M-87268 -- Manual, Technical: General Contents, Style, Format, and User
Requirements for Interactive Technical Manuals.
MIL-Q-87270 -- Quality Assurance Program: Interactive Electronic Technical
Manuals and Associated Technical Information; Requirements for.

The identifiers for the standards are correct. The titles are close

The first item is the one that you are looking for. The other two are
also of interest and are related.

Jon C. Stonecash Phone: (612) 921-7356
Computing Devices International Fax: (612) 921-6552
8800 Queen Avenue South Internet: jon -dot- c -dot- stonecash -at- cdev -dot- com
Bloomington, Minnesota, USA 55431 Mailstop: BLCN2C

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