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This section first details how reference sets themselves are described in a machine readable form, using a set of | Reference set descriptor| member records (called a Descriptor, for short). It then describes a number of standard reference set patterns. Each of these patterns is also described in a machine readable form using a set of | Reference set descriptor| member records (called a Descriptor Template, for short). Each pattern may be used to define a number of reference sets. At the end of the section, a number of individual reference sets are described that do not conform to a particular pattern.
In each subsection, each reference set or reference set pattern is described in turn:

  • The purpose of each reference set is first described;
  • The format of the reference set member record is detailed in a table;
  • The metadata supporting the reference set is described;
  • The machine readable reference set descriptor member records for the reference set pattern (the Descriptor Template, for short) are then shown;
  • Examples of usage are given, providing example Descriptors, where appropriate.

The first reference set to be described is the reference set descriptor. Subsequent sections describe a number of reference set patterns.
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