1. Insert before terminology table:
Note: The definitions below contain common definitions for service
qualified terms. The '<service>' in the definitions below can be
replaced with 'Copy", 'EmailIn', 'EmailOut', 'FaxIn', 'FaxOut', 'Print',
'Scan', 'Transform' or 'Resource' when the term is used in the
individual Service document.
2. Line 393:<service> Document - A data object, created and managed
by a Service, that contains the description, processing, and status
information of a document submitted by a user. A document object is
bound to a single Job.
3. Line 393:In definition for <service> Document Data: Change
"above" to "below"
4. Line 393:Fix <service> Region definition
5. Line 393:CrossFeed direction: fix ')'
6. Line 393:Digital Document: rework a bit to make service names
consistent, remove superfluous "Document.", and include cross reference
to diagram or remove reference.
7. Line 393:ICC Profile: "(L*a*b*)" ???
8. Line 393:Image: replace '14' with 'e'
9. Line 393:MFD Service: Is this a generic definition for any of
the defined service types (Copy, EmailIn, EmailOut, FaxIn, FaxOut,
Print, Scan, Transform or Resource) or the definition for the service to
manage the MFD as a whole?
10. Line 393:Scan Document: delete since it is already covered by
11. Figure 1: Shouldn't SystemConfiguration and SystemDescription be
made mandatory in the model?
12. Figure 2: tone down the blue background to make printed document
easier on the eyes.
13. 492-493: Change "The Job Ticket DocumentProcessing instructions
apply to all documents within the job unless overridden at the document
level with a DocumentTicket" to "The DocumentProcessing instructions
contained in the Job Ticket apply to all documents within the job unless
overridden at the document level with DocumentProcessing instructions in
14. Figure 3: Use
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