13 December 1996 Development of an interactive multimedia system based on the DAVIC standard
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Interactive multimedia systems with guaranteed service quality require complex integration of servers, broadband networks and terminals. In the future such systems might become common, even reaching individual homes but this requires development of new standards in order to achieve interpretability comparable to Internet. The task for devising standardized end-to-end solutions for interactive networked multimedia systems has been recently undertaken by the Digital Audio Visual Council (DAVIC), a body including all major players in this area. We describe the system developed by DAVIC and problems underlying its practical implementation.
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Marc Freynet, Marc Freynet, Irek Defee, Irek Defee, Pekka Luoma, Pekka Luoma, "Development of an interactive multimedia system based on the DAVIC standard", Proc. SPIE 2953, Broadband Strategies and Technologies for Wide Area and Local Access Networks, (13 December 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.261227; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.261227


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