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	Title		: Using International Standard Text Work Codes as 
                          Uniform Resource Names
	Author(s)	: J. Hakala
	Filename	: draft-hakala-istc-00.txt
	Pages		: 
	Date		: 07-Aug-02
This document discusses how International Standard Text Work Codes 
(ISTCs; persistent and unique identifiers for textual works) can be 
supported within the URN framework and the syntax for URNs defined in 
RFC 2141 [Moats]. Analysis is in part based on the ideas expressed in 
RFC 2288 [Lynch], which analysed the use of ISSN, ISBN and SICI as URNs. 
Chapter 5 contains a URN namespace registration request modelled 
according to the template in RFC 2611 [Daigle et al.].

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