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GENERAL LAYOUT OF THE PRESENTATION LIBRARY



PART I:
USERS' MANUAL

Sections 1-10 Description of symbolisation methods

Sections 11 -12 Description of the Digital Presentation Library
TABLES AND SYMBOLISATION PROCEDURES

Section 13 Conditional Symbology Procedures(UML)

Section 14 Tables

Section 15 Symbol library for use on ECDIS



ECDIS CHART 1, SYMBOL PLOTS &COLOUR TEST DIAGRAM

Section 16 ECDIS Chart 1, Symbol plots& colour test diagram

Section 17 Contents of the Digital Presentation Library

Section 18 Use of Digital Chart 1 & Colour Test Diagram



Appendix A Colour Tables: Day, Dusk, Night

Appendix B Look-up Table for areas with plain boundaries

Appendix C Look-up Table for areas with symbolized boundaries

Appendix D Look-up Table for lines

Appendix E Look-up Table for paper chart points

Appendix F Look-up Table for simplified points
Addendum S-52 ENC Symbol Catalogue: Paper Based Symbol Specifications

PART II:
MARINERS' NAVIGATIONAL OBJECTS

sections 1,2 Introduction, explanations

section 3 Mariners' Object Classes

section 4 Navigational Attributes

section 5 References

DIGITAL FILES ON CD-ROM:



  • .DAI file version of the Presentation Library

  • pseudo-S-57 file version of ECDIS Chart 1

  • colour test diagram (pseudo S-57 code with look-up table)




PART I
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USERS' MANUAL

TABLES AND SYMBOLISATION PROCEDURES

SYMBOL LIBRARY AND SYMBOL PLOTS

REFERENCES AND NOTES

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FOREWORD 2

GENERAL LAYOUT OF THE PRESENTATION LIBRARY 8

1.Scope 14

1.1Use of Language 14



2.Terms and Definitions 15

2.1Alarm 15

2.2Alert 15

2.3Caution 15

2.4CIE Colours 15

2.5Colour Token 15

2.6Complex Line Styles 15

2.7Conditional Symbology Procedure 15

2.8Display Category 15

2.9Display Priority 15

2.10ECDIS 15

2.11ECDIS Chart 1 16

2.12Geometric Primitive 16

2.13Indication 16

2.14Look-up Table 16

2.15No symbol Object 16

2.16Opaque fill 16

2.17Pattern fill 16

2.18Pivot Point 16

2.19Radar Priority 16

2.20Radar Transparency 16

2.21SCAMIN 16

2.22Simple Line Styles 17

2.23Symbol Size 17

2.24Symbology Instruction 17

2.25Text Label 17

2.26TFT 17

2.27Transfer, Exchange 17

2.28Transparent Fill 17

2.29Unknown Object Vector Format Symbol 17

2.30Vector Format Symbol 17

2.31Warning 17



3References 18

4Structure of the Presentation Library 19

4.1 S-57 and the Presentation Model for ECDIS 20

4.2 Structure of the Presentation Model for ECDIS 20

4.3 Supply and amendment of the Presentation Library 20



5Basic Concept of ECDIS Display 22

6The Elements of the Presentation Library - An Overview 25

6.1 The Colour Coding Scheme 26

6.2 The Library of Symbols, Fill Styles and Line Styles 26

6.2.1 Symbols 26

6.2.2 Area Fills 26

6.2.3 Line Styles 27

6.3 Symbology Instructions 27

6.4 Conditional Symbology Procedures 27

6.5 The Look-Up Tables and other symbolizing instructions 27

6.6 Mariners' ECDIS Chart 1 and Colour Differentiation Test diagrams 28

6.7 Mariners' Navigational Object Classes 28

6.8 Test Edition of the Presentation Library 29



7Description of the Colour Coding System 30

7.1 The Sections of the Colour Scheme 30

7.1.1 General Colours 30

7.1.2 Chart Colours 31

7.1.3 Radar Image Overlay Colours 32

7.1.4 Mariners' & Navigation Information Colours 33

7.1.5 Other Colours 33

7.1.6 Colour Section V / Ship Symbol & Planned Route 33

7.1.7 User Interface Colours 34

8.The Vector Symbol Description Language 35

8.1 Size and Orientation of a Vector-Symbol 37

8.2 Description of Complex Line Style rendering. 37

8.3 Vector Format Examples 38

8.3.1Sample Definition in Vector Format 38

8.3.3 Sample Implementation of the Composite Complex Linestyle Symbols 40

8.4 Symbology Instruction for Area Objects 42

8.4.1 Fill Operations 42

8.4.2 Transparent Fill 42

8.5 Area Symbolization by a centred Symbol 43

8.5.1 Positioning centred symbols and text 43

8.5.1.1 Centred symbol 44

8.4 Area Boundaries 46

8.4.1 Plain and Symbolized Boundaries 46

8.4.2 Masked Lines 47

8.4.3 Area Borders 47

8.5 Colours and Descriptions for Symbols 47

9Description of the Symbology Commands 49

9.1 SHOWTEXT 50

9.1.1 Show Text Examples 52

9.2 SHOWPOINT 53

9.2.1 SHOWPOINT Example 54

9.3 SHOWLINE 55

9.3.1 SHOWLINE Example 55

9.4 SHOWAREA 56

9.4.1 SHOWAREA Examples 56

9.5 CALLSYMPROC 57



10.ECDIS Requirements 58

10.1 Data Consistency 58

10.1.1 Unknown Objects 58

10.1.2 Unknown or Missing Mandatory Attributes 58

10.1.3 Data Overlaps 58

10.1.4 Gaps 59

10.1.5 No Data Coverage 59

10.1.6 ENC Coverage 59

10.1.7 Limit of ENC Coverage: Non-HO Data on the Display 59

10.1.8 No Data Areas 60

10.1.9 Scale Boundaries 60

10.1.9.1 Chart Scale Boundaries 60

10.1.9.2 Graphical Index of Navigational Purpose 60

10.1.10 Overscale 60

10.1.10.1 Overscale Indication 61

10.1.10.2 Overscale Area at a Chart Scale Boundary 61

10.1.10.3 Larger Scale Data Available 62

10.2 Queries 62

10.3 How to use the Look-Up Tables 62

10.3.1 Layout of the Look-Up tables 63

10.3.2 Lookup Table Entry Example 63

10.3.3 Matching Entries in the Lookup Tables 64

10.3.3.1 Look-Up Table Entry Matching 64

10.3.3.2 Look-Up Table Attribute Matching 64

10.3.3.3 Look-Up Table Conditional Symbology 65

10.3.3.4 Symbolizing a non-ENC object class 65

10.3.3.5 UML Diagram, How to use the Lookup Tables 66

10.3.3.6 Not set attributes 67

10.3.3.7 'No Symbol' - Objects 67

10.3.3.8 Presentation of New Object NEWOBJ 67

10.3.4 Display Priority, Radar Priority, Display Category, Viewing group 67

10.3.4.1 Display Priority 67

10.3.4.2 RADAR Flag 69

10.3.4.3 Display Categories 69

10.3.4.4Independent Mariner Selections 70

10.3.4.5 Mariners’ objects 73

10.3.4.6 Viewing groups 73

10.3.4.7 Display Priority & Display Category in Conditional Symbology Procedures 74

10.3.5 Check Symbol SY(CHKSYM 01) 74

10.4 Display of objects - Date Dependent and Display Scale 74

10.4.1 Date dependent ENC Objects 74

10.4.2 Scale-Dependent Objects 75

10.5 IMO Presentation Instructions not Handled by Look-up Tables 75

10.5.1 Scalebar and Latitude Scale 75

10.5.4 North Arrow 76

10.5.5 Graticule 76

10.5.6 Display Mode 76

10.5.7 Shallow Water Pattern 76

10.5.8 Black Level Adjustment Symbol 77

10.5.9 Detection and Notification of Navigational Hazards 77

10.5.10 Detection of Areas, for which Special Conditions Exist. 78

10.5.11 Visualization of the Safety Contour 79

10.5.12 Detection of Safety Contour 80

10.6 HO-Specified Display Features 81

10.6.1 Additional Chart Information 81

10.6.1.1 Standard Attributes INFORM, NINFOM, TXTDSC, NTXTDS and PICREP 81

10.6.1.2 Display of National Language Attributes and Content 82

10.6.2 ECDIS Legend 82

10.6.3 Light Description Text Strings 83

10.7 Displaying Manual and Automatic Updates and Added Chart Information 86

10.7.1 Manual Updates 86

10.7.1.1 Added Feature 86

10.7.1.2 Deleted Feature 86

10.7.1.3 Moved Feature 86

10.7.1.4 Modified Feature 86

10.7.2.1 Added Feature 87

10.7.2.2 Deleted Feature 87

10.7.2.3 Moved Feature 88

10.7.2.4 Modified Feature 88

10.8 Cursor Pick and Interface Panel Display 88

10.8.1 Pick Report Descriptions 89

10.8.2 Sorting 89

10.8.3 User Defined Curser Pick Parameters 89

10.8.4 Sorting by Significance 89

10.8.5 Hover-over Function 90

10.8.6 Unknown Attributes 90

10.9 Tidal Stream Panels : S-57 feature TS_PAD 90



11Digital Presentation Library Format Description 93

11.1 Format of the Library Identification Module 93

11.1.1 Library Identification Module 93

11.1.2 Library Identification (LBID) 93

11.2 Format of the Look-Up Table Entry Module 94

11.2.1 Look-Up Table Entry Module 95

11.2.2 Look-Up Table Entry Identifier‑Field (LUPT) 95

11.2.3 Attribute Combination- Field (ATTC) 96

11.2.4 Instruction‑Field (INST) 96

11.2.5 Display Category‑Field (DISC) 96

11.2.6 Look-Up Comment‑Field (LUCM) 97

11.3 Format of the Symbology Procedure Module 97

11.4 Format of the Colour Table Module 97

11.4.1 Colour Table Module 97

11.4.2 Colour Table Identifier‑Field (COLS) 97

11.5 Format of the Pattern Module 98

11.5.1 Pattern Module 98

11.5.2 Pattern Identifier‑Field (PATT) 99

11.5.3 Pattern Definition‑Field (PATD) 99

11.6 Format of the Symbol Module 102

11.6.1 Symbol Module 102

11.6.2 Symbol Identifier‑Field (SYMB) 103

11.6.3 Symbol Definition‑Field (SYMD) 103

11.6.4 Symbol Exposition‑ Field (SXPO) 104

11.6.5 Symbol Colour Reference- Field (SCRF) 104

11.6.6 Symbol Bitmap- Field (SBTM) 104

11.6.7 Symbol Vector- Field (SVCT) 104

11.6.8 Example for a Vector Image Symbol Module 104

11.7 Format of the Complex Linestyle Module 105

11.7.1 Linestyle Module 105

11.7.2 Linestyle Identifier‑ Field (LNST 105

11.7.3 Linestyle Definition‑ Field (LIND) 105

11.7.4 Linestyle Exposition‑ Field (LXPO) 106

11.7.5 Linestyle Colour Reference- Field (LCRF) 106

11.7.6 Linestyle Vector- Field (LVCT) 106

11.7.7 Example for a Linestyle Module 107



12Look-Up Table Listings 108

13Conditional Symbology Procedure (CSP) Diagrams 109

13.1 Introduction 109

13.1.1 General 109

13.1.2 UML Constructs 109

13.1.4 CSP arrangement 110

13.1.5 List of Conditional Symbology Procedures 110

13.1.6 Mariners’ selections 111

13.1.7 Shared sub-procedures 111

13.2.1 Conditional Symbology Procedure DEPARE03 115

13.2.2 Conditional Symbology Procedure DEPCNT03 122

13.2.3 Conditional Symbology Procedure DEPVAL02 125

13.2.4 Conditional Symbology Procedure LIGHTS06 128

13.2.5 Conditional Symbology Procedure OBSTRN07 138

13.2.6 Conditional Symbology Procedure QUAPOS01 150

13.2.7 Conditional Symbology Procedure QUALIN01 151

13.2.8 Conditional Symbology Procedure QUAPNT02 154

13.2.9 Conditional Symbology Procedure RESARE04 156

13.2.10 Conditional Symbology Procedure RESTRN01 167

13.2.11 Conditional Symbology Procedure RESCSP02 169

13.2.12 Conditional Symbology Procedure SAFCON01 173

13.2.13 Conditional Symbology Procedure SLCONS04 177

13.2.14 Conditional Symbology Procedure SEABED01 179

13.2.15 Conditional Symbology Procedure SNDFRM04 182

12.2.16 Conditional Symbology Procedure SOUNDG03 187

13.2.17 Conditional Symbology Procedure SYMINS02 189

13.2.18 Conditional Symbology Procedure TOPMAR01 191

13.2.19 Conditional Symbology Procedure UDWHAZ05 195

13.2.20 Conditional Symbology Procedure WRECKS05 201



14Tables 212

14.1 Colour Tables 212

14.2 Viewing Group Layers 212

14.3 ECDIS Viewing Group Implementation 222

14.4 Text Groupings 223

14.5 ECDIS Text Group Implementation 224

14.6 Abbreviations 224

15Symbol Library for use on ECDIS 226

15.1 Introduction 226

15.2 Symbol Diagrams 226

15.2.1 Description of the symbol diagrams 226

15.2.2 Notes on the symbol descriptions 228

15.3 Instructions for Symbolising Points 228

15.3.1 Reference to PresLib Manual 228

15.4 Instructions for Symbolising Lines 229

15.4.1 Reference to PresLib Manual 229

15.4.2 Direction of drawing the line 229

15.4.3 Laying out the symbols along the line 229

15.4.4 Curved Lines 230

15.4.5 Symbols or Text for Lines 230

15.5 Instructions for symbolising areas 230

15.5.1 Reference to PresLib Manual 230

15.5.2 Centred Symbols for areas 230

15.5.3 Pattern spacing for area fill patterns 230

15.6 Examples of Symbol Diagrams 230



16ECDIS Chart 1, Symbol Plots & Colour Test Diagrams 234

16.1 Introduction 234

16.2 ECDIS Chart 1 235

16.3 Colour Differentiation Test Diagram 249

16.3.1 Day 249

16.3.2 Dusk 250

16.4 List of symbol names & meanings 251

16.4 Plots of Symbols 265

16.4.1 New symbols introduced in S-52 PresLib 4.0.0 276

276

16.4.2 New complex linestyles introduced in S-52 PresLib 4.0.0 276



17 Contents of the Digital Presentation Library 277

17.1 Digital Presentation Library 277

17.2 Test Edition of the Presentation Library 277

17.3 Look-up Table sets 277

17.4 Colour Tables 277

17.5 Symbols, Patterns and Linestyles 277

17.6Official Presentation Library 277

17.7 ECDIS Chart 1 279

17.8 Colour Differentiation Test Diagram 279

17.9 CSPs in UML 279



18Use of ECDIS Chart 1 & Colour Test Diagram 280

18.1 Introduction 280

18.2 Specification for ECDIS Chart 1 and the Colour Test Diagram 280

18.2.1 Definition (for this specification only) 280

18.2.2 Description and purpose 280

18.2.3 Mode of use 281

18.2.4 Content and Encoding 281

18.2.5 Revisions 282

18.2.6 Packaging 282

18.2.7 Presentation 282

18.3 Displaying the Colour Test Diagram 282

18.3.1 Introduction; providing the diagram 282

18.3.2 Using the diagram 283

18.4 Grey Scale 284



19Supply and Amendment of the Digital Presentation Library 285

19.1 Amending the digital Presentation Library 285

19.2 Internal Structure of the Transfer File 285


FOREWORD ii

GENERAL LAYOUT OF THE PRESENTATION LIBRARY ix

1. Scope 9

1.1 Use of Language 9



2. Terms and Definitions 10

2.1 Alarm 10

2.2 Alert 10

2.3 Caution 10

2.4 CIE Colours 10

2.5 Colour Token 10

2.6 Complex Line Styles 10

2.7 Conditional Symbology Procedure 10

2.8 Display Category 10

2.9 Display Priority 10

2.10 ECDIS 10

2.11 ECDIS Chart 1 11

2.12 Geometric Primitive 11

2.13 Indication 11

2.14 Look-up Table 11

2.15 No symbol Object 11

2.16 Opaque fill 11

2.17 Pattern fill 11

2.18 Pivot Point 11

2.19 Radar Priority 11

2.20 Radar Transparency 11

2.21 SCAMIN 11

2.22 Simple Line Styles 12

2.23 Symbol Size 12

2.24 Symbology Instruction 12

2.25 Text Label 12

2.26 TFT 12

2.27 Transfer, Exchange 12

2.28 Transparent Fill 12

2.29 Unknown Object Vector Format Symbol 12

2.30 Vector Format Symbol 12

2.31 Warning 12



3 References 13

4 Structure of the Presentation Library 14

4.1 S-57 and the Presentation Model for ECDIS 15

4.2 Structure of the Presentation Model for ECDIS 15

4.3 Supply and amendment of the Presentation Library 15



5 Basic Concept of ECDIS Display 17

6 The Elements of the Presentation Library - An Overview 20

6.1 The Colour Coding Scheme 21

6.2 The Library of Symbols, Fill Styles and Line Styles 21

6.2.1 Symbols 21

6.2.2 Area Fills 21

6.2.3 Line Styles 22

6.3 Symbology Instructions 22

6.4 Conditional Symbology Procedures 22

6.5 The Look-Up Tables and other symbolizing instructions 22

6.6 Mariners' ECDIS Chart 1 and Colour Differentiation Test diagrams 23

6.7 Mariners' Navigational Object Classes 23

6.8 Test Edition of the Presentation Library 24



7 Description of the Colour Coding System 25

7.1 The Sections of the Colour Scheme 25

7.1.1 General Colours 25

7.1.2 Chart Colours 26

7.1.3 Radar Image Overlay Colours 27

7.1.4 Mariners' & Navigation Information Colours 28

7.1.5 Other Colours 29

7.1.6 Colour Section V / Ship Symbol & Planned Route 29

7.1.7 User Interface Colours 29

8. The Vector Symbol Description Language 30

8.1 Size and Orientation of a Vector-Symbol 32

8.2 Description of Complex Line Style rendering. 33

8.3 Vector Format Examples 34

8.3.1 Sample Definition in Vector Format 34

8.3.2 Sample Symbol Library Format for Composite Complex Linestyle Symbols 35

8.3.3 Sample Implementation of the Composite Complex Linestyle Symbols 36

8.4 Symbology Instruction for Area Objects 38

8.4.1 Fill Operations 38

8.4.2 Transparent Fill 38

8.5 Area Symbolization by a centred Symbol 39

8.5.1 Positioning centred symbols and text 39

8.5.5.1 Centred symbol 40

8.4 Area Boundaries 42

8.4.1 Plain and Symbolized Boundaries 42

8.4.2 Masked Lines 43

8.4.3 Area Borders 43

8.5 Colours and Descriptions for Symbols 44



9 Description of the Symbology Commands 45

9.1 SHOWTEXT 47

9.1.1 Show Text Examples 49

9.2 SHOWPOINT 51

9.2.1 SHOWPOINT Example 51

9.3 SHOWLINE 52

9.3.1 SHOWLINE Example 52

9.4 SHOWAREA 53

9.4.1 SHOWAREA Examples 53

9.5 CALLSYMPROC 54



10. ECDIS Requirements 55

10.1 Data Consistency 55

10.1.1 Unknown Objects 55

10.1.2 Unknown or Missing Mandatory Attributes 55

10.1.3 Data Overlaps 55

10.1.4 Gaps 56

10.1.5 No Data Coverage 56

10.1.6 ENC Coverage 56

10.1.7 Limit of ENC Coverage: Non-HO Data on the Display 56

10.1.8 No Data Areas 57

10.1.9 Scale Boundaries 57

10.1.9.1 Chart Scale Boundaries 57

10.1.9.2 Graphical Index of Navigational Purpose 57

10.1.10 Overscale 57

10.1.10.1 Overscale Indication 58

10.1.10.2 Overscale Area at a Chart Scale Boundary 58

10.1.10.3 Larger Scale Data Available 59

10.2 Queries 59

10.3 How to use the Look-Up Tables 59

10.3.1 Layout of the Look-Up tables 60

10.3.2 Lookup Table Entry Example 60

10.3.3 Matching Entries in the Lookup Tables 61

10.3.3.1 Look-Up Table Entry Matching 61

10.3.3.2 Look-Up Table Attribute Matching 61

10.3.3.3 Look-Up Table Conditional Symbology 62

10.3.3.4 Symbolizing a non-ENC object class 62

10.3.3.5 UML Diagram, How to use the Lookup Tables 63

10.3.3.6 Not set attributes 64

10.3.3.7 'No Symbol' - Objects 64

10.3.3.8 Presentation of New Object NEWOBJ 64

10.3.4 Display Priority, Radar Priority, Display Category, Viewing group 64

10.3.4.1 Display Priority 64

10.3.4.2 RADAR Flag 66

10.3.4.3 Display Categories 66

10.3.4.4 Independent Mariner Selections 67

10.3.4.5 Mariners’ objects 69

10.3.4.6 Viewing groups 69

10.3.4.7 Display Priority & Display Category in Conditional Symbology Procedures 70

10.3.5 Check Symbol SY (CHKSYM 01) 70

10.4 Display of objects - Date Dependent and Display Scale 71

10.4.1 Date dependent ENC Objects 71

10.4.2 Scale-Dependent Objects 72

10.5 IMO Presentation Instructions not Handled by Look-up Tables 72

10.5.1 Scalebar and Latitude Scale 72

10.5.4 North Arrow 72

10.5.5 Graticule 73

10.5.6 Display Mode 73

10.5.7 Shallow Water Pattern 73

10.5.8 Black Level Adjustment Symbol 73

10.5.9 Detection and Notification of Navigational Hazards 74

10.5.10 Detection of Areas, for which Special Conditions Exist. 76

10.5.11 Visualization of the Safety Contour 77

10.5.12 Detection of Safety Contour 78

10.6.1 Additional Chart Information 80

10.6.1.1 Standard Attributes INFORM, NINFOM, TXTDSC, NTXTDS and PICREP 80

10.6.1.2 Display of National Language Attributes and Content 80

10.6.2 ECDIS Legend 81

10.6.3 Light Description Text Strings LITDSN02 83

10.7 Displaying Manual and Automatic Updates and Added Chart Information 85

10.7.1 Manual Updates 85

10.7.1.1 Added Feature 85

10.7.1.2 Deleted Feature 85

10.7.1.3 Moved Feature 86

10.7.1.4 Modified Feature 86

10.7.2.1 Added Feature 87

10.7.2.2 Deleted Feature 87

10.7.2.3 Moved Feature 87

10.7.2.4 Modified Feature 87

10.8 Cursor Pick and Interface Panel Display 88

10.8.1 Pick Report Descriptions 89

10.8.2 Sorting 89

10.8.3 User Defined Curser Pick Parameters 89

10.8.4 Sorting by Significance 89

10.8.5 Hover-over Function 89

10.8.6 Unknown Attributes 90

10.9 Tidal Stream Panels : S-57 feature TS_PAD 90



11 Digital Presentation Library Format Description 92

11.1 Format of the Library Identification Module 92

11.1.1 Library Identification Module 92

11.1.2 Library Identification (LBID) 92

11.2 Format of the Look-Up Table Entry Module 93

11.2.1 Look-Up Table Entry Module 93

11.2.2 Look-Up Table Entry Identifier‑Field (LUPT) 94

11.2.3 Attribute Combination- Field (ATTC) 95

11.2.4 Instruction‑Field (INST) 95

11.2.5 Display Category‑Field (DISC) 95

11.2.6 Look-Up Comment‑Field (LUCM) 95

11.3 Format of the Symbology Procedure Module 96

11.4 Format of the Colour Table Module 96

11.4.1 Colour Table Module 96

11.4.2 Colour Table Identifier‑Field (COLS) 96

11.5 Format of the Pattern Module 97

11.5.1 Pattern Module 97

11.5.2 Pattern Identifier‑Field (PATT) 97

11.5.3 Pattern Definition‑Field (PATD) 98

11.6 Format of the Symbol Module 102

11.6.1 Symbol Module 102

11.6.2 Symbol Identifier‑Field (SYMB) 102

11.6.3 Symbol Definition‑Field (SYMD) 103

11.6.4 Symbol Exposition‑ Field (SXPO) 104

11.6.5 Symbol Colour Reference- Field (SCRF) 104

11.6.6 Symbol Bitmap- Field (SBTM) 104

11.6.7 Symbol Vector- Field (SVCT) 104

11.6.8 Example for a Vector Image Symbol Module 104

11.7 Format of the Complex Linestyle Module 104

11.7.1 Linestyle Module 105

11.7.2 Linestyle Identifier‑ Field (LNST 105

11.7.3 Linestyle Definition‑ Field (LIND) 105

11.7.4 Linestyle Exposition‑ Field (LXPO) 107

11.7.5 Linestyle Colour Reference- Field (LCRF) 107

11.7.6 Linestyle Vector- Field (LVCT) 107

11.7.7 Example for a Linestyle Module 107



12 Look-Up Table Listings 108

13 Conditional Symbology Procedure (CSP) Diagrams 109

13.1 Introduction 109

13.1.1 General 109

13.1.2 UML Constructs 109

13.1.4 CSP arrangement 110

13.1.5 List of Conditional Symbology Procedures 111

13.1.6 Mariners’ selections 111

13.1.7 Shared sub-procedures 112

13.2.1 Conditional Symbology Procedure DEPARE03 115

13.2.2 Conditional Symbology Procedure DEPCNT03 121

13.2.3 Conditional Symbology Procedure DEPVAL02 124

13.2.4 Conditional Symbology Procedure LIGHTS06 128

13.2.5 Conditional Symbology Procedure OBSTRN07 136

13.2.6 Conditional Symbology Procedure QUAPOS01 147

13.2.7 Conditional Symbology Procedure QUALIN01 149

13.2.8 Conditional Symbology Procedure QUAPNT02 152

13.2.9 Conditional Symbology Procedure RESARE04 155

13.2.10 Conditional Symbology Procedure RESTRN01 167

13.2.11 Conditional Symbology Procedure RESCSP02 169

13.2.12 Conditional Symbology Procedure SAFCON01 174

13.2.13 Conditional Symbology Procedure SLCONS04 178

13.2.14 Conditional Symbology Procedure SEABED01 181

13.2.15 Conditional Symbology Procedure SNDFRM04 184

12.2.16 Conditional Symbology Procedure SOUNDG03 189

13.2.17 Conditional Symbology Procedure SYMINS02 191

13.2.18 Conditional Symbology Procedure TOPMAR01 193

13.2.19 Conditional Symbology Procedure UDWHAZ05 197

13.2.20 Conditional Symbology Procedure WRECKS05 204



14 Tables 214

14.1 Colour Tables 214

14.2 Viewing Group Layers 214

14.3 ECDIS Viewing Group Implementation 223

14.4 Text Groupings 224

14.5 ECDIS Text Group Implementation 225

14.6 Abbreviations 225

15 Symbol Library for use on ECDIS 227

15.1 Introduction 227

15.2 Symbol Diagrams 227

15.2.1 Description of the symbol diagrams 227

15.2.2 Notes on the symbol descriptions 230

15.3 Instructions for Symbolising Points 230

15.3.1 Reference to PresLib Manual 230

15.4 Instructions for Symbolising Lines 231

15.4.1 Reference to PresLib Manual 231

15.4.2 Direction of drawing the line 231

15.4.3 Laying out the symbols along the line 231

15.4.4 Curved Lines 232

15.4.5 Symbols or Text for Lines 232

15.5 Instructions for symbolising areas 232

15.5.1 Reference to Preslib Manual 232

15.5.2 Centred Symbols for areas 232

15.5.3 Pattern spacing for area fill patterns 232

15.6 Examples of Symbol Diagrams 232



16 ECDIS Chart 1, Symbol Plots & Colour Test Diagrams 236

16.1 Introduction 236

16.2 ECDIS Chart 1 237

16.3 Colour Differentiation Test Diagram 252

16.3.1 Day 252

16.3.2 Dusk 253

16.4 List of symbol names & meanings 254

16.4 Plots of Symbols 267

16.4.1 New symbols introduced in S-52 Preslib 4.0.0 278

16.4.2 New complex linestyles introduced in S-52 Preslib 4.0.0 278



17 Contents of the Digital Presentation Library 279

17.1 Digital Presentation Library 279

17.2 Test Edition of the Presentation Library 279

17.3 Look-up Table sets 279

17.4 Colour Tables 279

17.5 Symbols, Patterns and Linestyles 279

17.6 Official Presentation Library 279

17.7 ECDIS Chart 1 280

17.8 Colour Differentiation Test Diagram 280

17.9 CSPs in UML 280



18 Use of Digital Chart 1, & Colour Test Diagram 281

18.1 Introduction 281

18.2 Specification for ECDIS Chart 1 and the Colour Test Diagram 281

18.2.1 Definition (for this specification only) 281

18.2.2 Description and purpose 281

18.2.3 Mode of use 282

18.2.4 Content and Encoding 282

18.2.6 Revisions 283

18.2.7 Packaging 283

18.2.8 Presentation 283

18.3 Displaying the Colour Test Diagram 283

18.3.1 Introduction; providing the diagram 283

18.3.2 Using the diagram 284

18.4 Grey Scale 285



19 Supply and Amendment of the Digital Presentation Library 287

19.1 Amending the digital Presentation Library 287

19.2 Internal Structure of the Transfer File 287



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