1     Scope
 2     References
 3     Definitions
 4     Abbreviations
 5     Introduction
        5.1     General
        5.2     Relationship of a TMN to a telecommunications network
 6     Field of application
 7     Basic objectives for a TMN
 8     General TNM requirements
 9     TMN functional architecture
        9.1     TMN function blocks
                  9.1.1     Operations Systems Function (OSF) block
                  9.1.2     Network Element Function (NEF) block
                  9.1.3     Workstation Function (WSF) block
                  9.1.4     Transformation Function (TF) block
        9.2     TMN Functionality
                  9.2.1     Management Application Functionality
                  9.2.2     Support Functionality
        9.3     TMN Management Function Sets and TMN Management Functions
        9.4     TMN reference points
                  9.4.1     Classes of reference points
                  9.4.2     Reference point descriptions and usage
                  9.4.3     Relationship of reference points to function blocks
        9.5     TMN Logical Layered Architecture within the TMN functional architecture
                  9.5.1     Management function layers of abstraction
                  9.5.2     Information layering principles
                  9.5.3     Functional interaction between management layers
10     TMN information architecture
       10.1     Principles
       10.2     Interaction model
       10.3     TMN management information models
       10.4     TMN management information elements
       10.5     Information model of a reference point
       10.6     Reference points
       10.7     TMN logical layered architecture within the TMN information architecture
11     TMN physical architecture
       11.1     TMN physical blocks
                 11.1.1     Operations System (OS)
                 11.1.2     Transformation
                 11.1.3     Network Element (NE)
                 11.1.4     Workstation (WS)
      11.2      Data Communication Network (DCN)
       11.3     TMN logical layered architecture within the TMN physical architecture
       11.4     Interoperable interface concept
       11.5     TMN standard interfaces
                 11.5.1     Q interface
                 11.5.2     F interface
                 11.5.3     X interface
                 11.5.4     Relationship of TMN interfaces to TMN physical blocks
                 11.5.5     TMN standard interfaces
12     Relationships between TMN architectures
       12.1     Relationship between the TMN architectures and a TMN implementation
       12.2     Relationship between reference points in the functional and information architecture specifications and physical interfaces in an implementation of the physical architecture
       12.3     Shared management knowledge (SMK)
13     TMN conformance and TMN compliance
       13.1     Introduction
       13.2     TMN conformance definitions
       13.3     TMN interface protocol conformance
       13.4     TMN interface information conformance
                 13.4.1     Level A interface information conformance
                 13.4.2     Level B interface information conformance
                 13.4.3     Level C interface information conformance
       13.5     TMN compliance