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Ian S. Burnett

The MPEG-21 Book

€ 176.95

Understand the MPEG 21 Multimedia Framework, the standard for the creation, delivery and consumption of multimedia.

This text is the comprehensive guide to MPEG 21, the technology that provides an open framework for multimedia applications.


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Foreword.

Preface.

Acronyms and Abbreviations.

List of Contributors.

1 MPEG: Context, Goals and Working Methodologies (Fernando Pereira and Rob Koenen).

1.1 Introduction.

1.2 MPEG Mission.

1.3 MPEG Standards Preceding MPEG 21.

1.4 The MPEG 21 Standard.

1.5 MPEG s Standardization Process.

1.6 After an MPEG Standard is Ready.

1.7 Final Remarks.

References.

2 An Introduction to MPEG 21 (Ian S Burnett and Fernando Pereira).

2.1 Introduction.

2.2 Motivation and Objectives.

2.3 Terms Digital Items, Users and Resources.

2.4 The MPEG 21 Vision.

2.5 Digital Items What is New?

2.6 Walkthrough for a Broadcasting Use Case.

2.7 MPEG 21 Standard Organization.

2.8 MPEG 21 Standard Overview.  

2.9 MPEG 21 Schemas.

2.10 Conclusion.

References.

3 Digital Item Declaration and Identification   (Frederik De Keukelaere and Rik Van de Walle).

3.1 Introduction.

3.2 Digital Item Declaration.

3.3 Digital Item Identification.

3.4 Summary.

References.

4 IPMP Components   (Shane Lauf and Eva Rodriguez).

4.1 Background and Objectives.

4.2 IPMP DIDL.

4.3 IPMP Info.

4.4 Using IPMP Components in a Digital Item.

4.5 Relationship Between IPMP Components and the Other Parts of MPEG 21.

4.6 Future Outlook.

4.7 Summary.

References.

5 Rights Expression Language   (Thomas DeMartini, Jill Kalter, Mai Nguyen, Edgar Valenzuela and Xin Wang).

5.1 About this Chapter.

5.2 Introduction to Rights Expression Languages.

5.3 Understanding Licenses.

5.4 Understanding Authorization.

5.5 Selected Features.

5.6 Conclusion.

5.7 Element Index.

References.

6 The MPEG 21 Rights Data Dictionary and New Approaches to Semantics (Chris Barlas, Martin Dow and Godfrey Rust).

6.1 Introduction.

6.2 Background.

6.3 The RDD Specification.

6.4 Using the RDD.

6.5 Automating the RDD Process.

6.6 Building on the RDD.

6.7 Conclusion.

References.

7 Digital Item Adaptation Tools for Universal Multimedia Access (Anthony Vetro, Christian Timmerer and Sylvain Devillers).

7.1 Introduction.

7.2 Universal Multimedia Access.

7.3 Overview Of Digital Item Adaptation.

7.4 Usage Environment Description Tools.

7.5 Metadata Adaptability.

7.6 Session Mobility.

7.7 DIA Configuration.

7.8 Concluding Remarks.

7.9 Acknowledgments.

References.

8 Digital Item Adaptation Coding Format Independence (Christian Timmerer, Sylvain Devillers and Anthony Vetro).

8.1 Introduction.

8.2 Binary Resource Adaptation Based on Bitstream Syntax Descriptions.

8.3 Relating Constraints, Adaptation Operations and Resource Quality.

8.4 Linking BSD Based DIA Tools.

8.5 Universal Constraints Description Tool.

8.6 Concluding Remarks.

8.7 Acknowledgments.

References.

9 Digital Item Processing (Frederik De Keukelaere and Gerrard Drury).

9.1 Introduction.

9.2 Terms and Definitions.

9.3 Architecture and Relationship with other MPEG 21 Parts.

9.4 Including Digital Item Processing Information in a Digital Item.

9.5 Usage of Digital Item Processing Information.

9.6 Digital Item Methods.

9.7 Usage of Digital Item Processing Information.

9.8 DIP Reference Software and Other Implementations.

9.9 Summary.

References.

10 Event Reporting (FX Nuttall, Andrew Tokmakoff and Kyunghee Ji ).

10.1 Introduction.

10.2 Scope of the Event Reporting Standard.

10.3 The General Event Reporting Mechanism.

10.4 Events.

10.5 Event Report Requests.

10.6 Event Reports.

10.7 Relationship with Other Parts of MPEG 21.

10.8 Examples.

10.9 Conclusion.

References.

11 Future MPEG Developments (Fernando Pereira and Ian S Burnett).

11.1 MPEG 21 under Development.

11.2 Beyond MPEG 21.

11.3 Conclusions.

References.

Index.
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