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Scripting languages emerge in standards bodies

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3 Author(s)
A. A. Rodriguez ; Scientific Atlanta, GA, USA ; M. Fisher ; B. Markey

Scripting languages have become part of many of the ongoing standards activities related to multimedia. MPEG-4 has considered the inclusion of downloading mechanisms and a set of languages that could include a scripting language. MPEG III has considered the use of DSM-RSF as the reference script language for example decodings. One of the subgroups of the Digital Audio/Visual Council (Davic) could define a scripting language as part of the set-top box application programming interface. And the Hypermedia Languages Special Working Group of ISO JTC1/SCI8/WG8 (the same group responsible for SGML, HyTime, and other broadly applied document processing standards) is developing the Standard Multimedia/Hypermedia Scripting Language

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IEEE MultiMedia  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 4 )