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An open architecture for digital communication systems.2. Creating enabling standards for a digital communication infrastructure

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The article addresses nine critical issues related to standards for an open architecture digital communications system. It proposes several specific concepts to illustrate how open architecture standards can be constructed. However, these concepts should be interpreted as examples, rather than specific recommendations. The issues are: image parameters; common raster representations; spatial resolution families; extensible representations; safe aperture; time based media files; local composition and navigation; temporal rate families; and modular standards.<>

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MultiMedia, IEEE  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 4 )

Date of Publication:

Winter 1994

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