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Engineering Operational Sequencing System DTD

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      • This screen and print FOSI was developed for the EOSS DTD to use with the ArborText Adept Editor Version 5.3 or earlier.


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EOSS - Description

This document type definition (DTD) models the Naval Surface Warfare, Carderock Division, Ship Systems Engineering Station (NSWCCD-SSES) Engineering Operational Sequencing System (EOSS) document class.

The 19 subclasses of EOSS documents and their acronyms are:

  1. Component Procedure (CP)
  2. Master Procedure (MPP)
  3. Master Procedure Landscape (MPL)
  4. Operational Procedure (OP)
  5. Operational Procedure Landscape (OPL)
  6. System Procedure (SP)
  7. System Procedure Landscape (SPL)
  8. System Control Procedure (SCP)
  9. Fuel Control Procedure (FCP)
  10. Valve Table (VT)
  11. Valve Table Landscape (VTL)
  12. Standard Notes (SN)
  13. Standard Warning (SW)
  14. Casualty Response Procedure (CRP)
  15. Master Casualty Response Procedure (MCR)
  16. Emergency Procedure (EP)
  17. Master Emergency Procedure (ME)
  18. Master Emergency Plant Procedure (MEP)
  19. Diagram (DIA)

It is invoked by the document type declaration


EOSS - Disclaimer

Please read before using the DTD.

This DTD has been developed by NSWCCD to support its Engineering Operational Sequencing System manual production requirements. NSWCCD has provided this DTD to support the concept of the Navy XML/SGML Repository as stated below:

"The Navy XML/SGML Repository was established as a mechanism to promote sharing of DoN DTDs and FOSIs and minimize DoN investment in DTD and FOSI development."

Any interested organization may use this DTD. NSWCCD provides this DTD as is, with no implied or explicit guarantee. If users make changes to this DTD to fit their requirements, they must accept responsibility for their changes, and it is required this be clearly indicated in the DTD's PUBLIC identifier. NSWCCD welcomes comments concerning recommended changes or improvements to this DTD, though there is no assumed or implied responsibility by NSWCCD to respond.

Point of Contact

NSWC-Phila, Code 313