Definitions for "Orange Book"
Document that defines the CD-Recordable disc format
Proprietary multipart Philips/Sony specification (orange cover) for magneto-optical, CD-R, and CD- RW optical discs.
The standard that applies to recordable compact disc applications and magneto-optical recording. Orange Book was largely written by Sony and Philips.
Keywords:  dod, tcsec, criteria, std, colloquial
Colloquial term for the US DoD Trusted Computer Security Evaluation Criteria (the original had an orange cover).
See Trusted Computer Security Evaluation Criteria.
Named because of the color of its cover, this is the DoD Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria, DoD 5200.28-STD. It provides the information needed to classify computer systems as security levels of A, B, C, or D, defining the degree of trust that may be placed in them. See also: C2, TCSEC.
Publication by the FDA which establishes therapeutic equivalency ratings for drugs.
also known as the Approved Drug Products with Therapeutic Equivalence Evaluations, the Orange Book contains detailed information on all approved drugs and must list all extant patents.
A guide to specialist registrar training' issued by NHSE. Available by faxing: 01937 845381
Refers to the UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods - Model Regulations
CD specification that describes the CD-R and CD-RW formats.