DICOM PS3.19 2024b - Application Hosting

3 Definitions

For the purposes of this Standard the following definitions apply.

3.1 Presentation Service Definitions

This Part of the Standard makes use of the following terms defined in [ISO 8822]:

Transfer Syntax

See [ISO 8822].

Transfer Syntax Name

See [ISO 8822].

3.2 XML Infoset Definitions

This Part of the Standard makes use of the following terms defined in [InfoSet]:

Note

  1. The concept of an XML Attribute is quite distinct from that of a DICOM Attribute.

  2. To avoid confusion with the DICOM terms with similar names, the text of the DICOM Standard will use XML Element and XML Attribute when referring to these XML Infoset concepts. The appearance of Element or Attribute without the term XML in front of them generally refers to the DICOM concepts instead of the XML Infoset concepts.

XML Infoset

See [InfoSet].

XML Element

See [InfoSet].

XML Attribute

See [InfoSet].

3.3 DICOM Introduction and Overview Definitions

This Part of the Standard makes use of the following terms defined in PS3.1:

Attribute

See Attribute in PS3.1 .

Service-Object Pair Class (SOP Class)

See Service-Object Pair Class in PS3.1 .

3.4 DICOM Information Object Definition

This Part of the Standard makes use of the following term defined in PS3.3:

Attribute Tag

See Attribute Tag in PS3.3 .

3.5 DICOM Data Structures and Encoding

This Part of the Standard makes use of the following terms defined in PS3.5:

Data Element

See Data Element in PS3.5 .

Data Element Tag

See Data Element Tag in PS3.5 .

Data Element Type

See Data Element Type in PS3.5 .

Data Set

See Data Set in PS3.5 .

Defined Term

See Defined Term in PS3.5 .

Enumerated Value

See Enumerated Value in PS3.5 .

Sequence of Items

See Sequence of Items in PS3.5 .

Unique Identifier (UID)

See Unique Identifier in PS3.5 .

Value Multiplicity (VM)

See Value Multiplicity in PS3.5 .

Value Representation (VR)

See Value Representation in PS3.5 .

3.6 Codes and Controlled Terminology Definitions:

This Part of the Standard makes use of the following terms defined in PS3.16:

Baseline Context Group Identifier (BCID)

See Baseline Context Group Identifier in PS3.16 .

Defined Context Group Identifier (DCID)

See Defined Context Group Identifier in PS3.16 .

Context Group

See Context Group in PS3.16 .

Context Group Version

See Context Group Version in PS3.16 .

Context ID (CID)

See Context ID in PS3.16 .

Mapping Resource

See Mapping Resource in PS3.16 .

DICOM Content Mapping Resource (DCMR)

See DICOM Content Mapping Resource in PS3.16 .

Value Set

See Value Set in PS3.16 .

Coding Scheme

See Coding Scheme in PS3.16 .

3.7 Application Hosting Definitions

The following definitions are commonly used in this Part of the Standard:

Application Programming Interface (API)

A set of interface methods that Hosted Applications and Hosting Systems use to communicate with each other.

Hosted Application

An application launched and controlled by a Hosting System. The Hosted Application may utilize services offered by the Hosting System.

Hosting System

The application used to launch and control Hosted Applications. The Hosting System provides a variety of services such as DICOM object retrieval and storage for the Hosted Application. The Hosting System provides the infrastructure in which the Hosted Application runs and interacts with the external environment. This includes network access, database and security.

3.8 DICOM Service Class Definitions

This Part of the Standard makes use of the following terms defined in PS3.4:

Service-Object Pair Instance (SOP Instance)

See Service-Object Pair Instance in PS3.4 .

DICOM PS3.19 2024b - Application Hosting