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AbstractThe prospects for international standardization depend largely on activities of a number of official and semi-official international programs for standards. Many of the national standards developed by the technologically advanced countries are proposed for international standardization and the process of compromise and modification is necessary to make specific standards acceptable on a broad basis. A second area of dialogue is necessary for education so that the parties to a standardization effort are capable of talking at the same level of technological detail. And, thirdly, the specific types of standards that are needed fall into areas which range from easily quantifiable to agreements on communication and national standardization are on a continuum which ranges from technical refinement to preliminary discussion and candidate standard identification.
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