1     Scope
 2     Normative References
        2.1     Identical Recommendations | International Standards
        2.2     Paired Recommendations | International Standards equivalent in technical content
        2.3     Additional references
 3     Definitions
        3.1     Reference model definitions
        3.2     Service conventions definitions
        3.3     Presentation definitions
        3.4     Session definitions
        3.5     Application Layer Structure definitions
        3.6     ACSE service definitions
        3.7     Taxonomy of profile definitions
        3.8     Definitions of this Recommendation
 4     Abbreviations
 5     Introduction
        5.1     Minimal OSI upper layer facilities
        5.2     Use of the mOSI stack specification
        5.3     Users of the mOSI stack specification
        5.4     OSI upper layer efficiency
 6     The mOSI model
        6.1     Common elements
        6.2     Applications
        6.3     Types of basic communications applications
 7     Details of the mOSI concept
        7.1     Kernel and options
        7.2     Normal data transfer
        7.3     Association release
        7.4     Relationship to base standards
        7.5     Transport-provider
 8     Application of this Recommendation
        8.1     Types of user
        8.2     Conventions
 9     Compliance and conformance
        9.1     Profile or specification of a basic communications application
        9.2     OSI upper layer stack implementation
        9.3     Facilities, roles and options
10     Implementation considerations
       10.1     Layering for mOSI implementations
       10.2     PDU generation for mOSI implementations
       10.3     Parsing incoming protocol for mOSI
       10.4     Interfaces for mOSI implementations
Annex  A  –  mOSI requirements for ACSE facilities
        A.1     Global statement of conformance – [PICS proforma, A.5]
        A.2     Supported roles – [PICS proforma, A.6]
        A.3     Protocol mechanisms – [PICS proforma, A.7]
        A.4     Functional units – [PICS proforma, A.8]
        A.5     Supported APDUs – [PICS proforma, A.9]
        A.6     Supporting APDU parameters – [PICS proforma, A.10]
        A.7     Supported parameter forms – [PICS proforma, A.11]
Annex  B  –  mOSI requirements for Presentation Layer facilities
        B.1     Global statement of conformance – [PICS proforma, A.5]
        B.2     Protocol mechanisms and functional units – [PICS proforma, A.6]
        B.3     Elements of procedure related to the PICS proforma – [PICS proforma, A.7]
        B.4     Supported PPDU parameters – [PICS proforma, A.8]
        B.5     Support of syntaxes – [PICS proforma, A.9]
Annex  C  –  mOSI requirements for Session Layer facilities
        C.1     ITU-T Rec. X.225 | ISO/IEC 8327-1 protocol versions – [PICS proforma, A.4.2]
        C.2     Global statement of conformance – [PICS proforma, A.5]
        C.3     Supported functional units and protocol mechanisms – [PICS proforma, A.6]
        C.4     Elements of procedures related to the PICS proforma – [PICS proforma, A.7]
        C.5     Supported SPDU parameters – [PICS proforma, A.8]
Annex  D  –  Requirements compliance statement proforma
        D.1     Requirements questionnaire
        D.2     Use of Tables D.1 and D.2 by a referencing specification
        D.3     Completing a PRL based on Tables D.1 and D.2
        D.4     A referencing specification’s upper layer PRL
Annex  E  –  Implementation conformance statement proforma
        E.1     Implementation questionnaire
        E.2     Use of Tables E.1 and E.2 by a referencing implementation
        E.3     Completing a PICS based on Tables E.1 and E.2
Annex  F  –  Minimal OSI object identifiers
        F.1     Default abstract syntax for minimal OSI
        F.2     Default transfer syntax for minimal OSI
        F.3     Default application context for minimal OSI