CONTENTS

List of Figures  
List of Tables    
Summary   
Foreword
1 Scope
2 Normative references
2.1 Identical Recommendations | International Standards
2.2 Paired Recommendations | International Standards equivalent in technical terms
3 Definitions
4 Abbreviations
5 Conventions
5.1 Content associated with a composite logical object
5.2 The symbol /
6 Relationship to ITU-T Recommendation T.412 | ISO/IEC 8613-2
7 Features of tabular structures and tabular layout
7.1 Content types and inner structures of table entries
7.2 Dimensions of tables, rows and columns
7.3 Placement of tables
7.4 Spanning cells
7.5 Placement of table entries
7.5.1 Gutter space around table lines
7.5.2 Offset of table entries
7.5.3 Alignment of a table entry within a table cell
7.5.4 Reference line alignment
7.6 Split of tables
7.6.1 Direction of table split
7.6.2 Repetition of headings
7.7 Rendition of table lines
7.8 Supplementary lines
8 Grid logical components
8.1 Logical grids
8.1.1 Logical grid lines and logical grid locations
8.1.2 Major and minor paths
8.1.3 Major and minor logical grid lines
8.1.4 Major and minor sizes of a logical grid
8.1.5 Logical coordinates
8.1.6 Logical grid rectangles
8.2 Association of entry objects with logical grid rectangles
9 Grid frame components
9.1 Layout grid
9.1.1 Layout grid lines
9.1.2 Major and minor paths
9.1.3 Major and minor layout grid lines
9.1.4 Grid line segments
9.1.5 Major and minor sizes of a layout grid
9.1.6 Major and minor dimensions of a layout grid
9.1.7 Grid intervals, layout grid locations and layout grid rectangles
9.1.8 Dimensions of grid intervals
9.1.9 Naming of edges of a layout grid rectangle
9.1.10 Grid gutter spaces
9.1.11 Position of a layout grid
9.1.12 Minimal layout of a layout grid
9.2 Association of grid frames with grid logical objects
9.3 Binding of entry frames to layout grid rectangles
9.3.1 Correspondence between layout grid lines and logical grid lines
9.3.2 Correspondence between layout grid rectangles and logical grid rectangles
9.3.3 Layout of content associated with entry objects
10 Duplication of content
10.1 Reproductions of content
10.1.1 Reproductions of the content of a basic logical object
10.1.2 Reproductions of the content of a target object
10.1.3 Reproduction bundles
10.2 Layout of content within reproductions
10.2.1 Order of layout
10.2.2 Splits of content portions
10.2.3 Effects of layout directive attributes on layout
10.3 Content identifiers for reproductions
11 Expressions
11.1 Grid construction expressions
11.2 Attributes with grid construction expressions as values
11.3 Grid interval expressions
11.4 Interval indicators
11.5 Grid gutter expressions
11.6 Gutter indicators
11.7 Grid line expressions
11.8 Line characteristics
11.9 Line characteristic expressions
11.10 Line segment characteristics
12 Attribute definitions
12.1 Layout attributes
12.1.1 Frame alignment point
12.1.2 Grid dimensions
12.1.3 Grid gutters
12.1.4 Grid interval dimensions
12.1.5 Grid lines
12.1.6 Grid position
12.1.7 Indent major; Indent minor
12.1.8 Major path
12.1.9 Minor path
12.1.10 Position
12.1.11 Reference line alignment major;
Reference line alignment minor
12.1.12 Supplementary lines
12.2 Layout directive attributes
12.2.1 Block alignment point
12.2.2 Grid description
12.2.3 Grid frame classes
12.2.4 Obligatory same layout objects
12.2.5 Presentation precedence
12.2.6 Selective same layout objects
12.2.7 Supplementary line directive
12.3 Presentation attributes
12.3.1 Character content architecture
12.3.2 Raster graphics content architecture
12.3.3 Geometric graphics content architecture
13 Reference model of the document layout process with respect to tabular layout
13.1 Layout of reproductions of content
13.2 Layout reference from a grid logical object to grid frames
13.3 Determination of the dimensions of layout grids
13.3.1 Constraints on the dimensions of layout grids
13.3.2 Minimal layout of the layout grid
13.4 Determination of the imaging factors of table lines
13.5 Processing order of basic logical objects
13.6 Placement of an entry frame not bound to a grid rectangle
13.7 Placement of an entry frame bound to a grid rectangle
13.7.1 Determination of the area available for placement of entry frames
13.7.2 Placement of an entry frame within its available area
13.7.3 Placement of temporarily positioned entry frames
13.7.4 Rectification of position of entry frames with centre order
14 Reference model of the document imaging process with respect to tabular layout
14.1 Generation of images of layout grid lines
14.1.1 Direction of a grid line segment
14.1.2 Position and dimension of a grid line segment
14.1.3 Imaging factors for a grid line segment
14.2 Generation of images of supplementary lines
Annex A Formal definition of tabular structures and tabular layout
A.1 Layout descriptors
A.2 Logical descriptors
A.3 Style descriptors
A.4 Default value lists
A.5 Character presentation attributes
A.6 Raster graphics presentation attributes
A.7 Geometric graphics presentation attributes
A.8 Grid layout descriptors
A.9 Grid style descriptors
Annex B Formal definition of tabular structures and tabular layout
B.1 Example 1
B.1.1 Generic Layout Structure
B.1.2 Explanation
B.2 Example 2
B.2.1 Generic Logical Structure
B.2.2 Specific Logical Structure
B.2.3 Specific Layout Structure
B.2.4 Explanation
B.3 Example 3
B.3.1 Generic Logical Structure
B.3.2 Specific Logical Structure
B.3.3 Specific Layout Structure
B.3.4 Explanation
B.4 Example 4
B.4.1 Generic Logical Structure
B.4.2 Specific Logical Structure
B.4.3 Explanation
B.5 Example 5
B.5.1 Generic Logical Structure
B.5.2 Specific Logical Structure
B.5.3 Generic Layout Structure
B.5.4 Layout Style
B.5.5 Explanation
B.6 Example 6
B.6.1 Generic Logical Structure
B.6.2 Specific Logical Structure
B.6.3 Generic Layout Structure
B.6.4 Layout Style
B.6.5 Explanation
B.7 Example 7
B.7.1 Generic Logical Structure
B.7.2 Layout Styles
B.7.3 Presentation Styles
B.7.4 Generic Layout Structure
B.7.5 Specific Logical Structure
B.7.6 Explanation