Is that a fish in your ear? A universal metalanguage for multimedia

Thomas-Kerr, J, Burnett, I, Ritz, C, De Schrijver, D, Van De Walle, R and Devillers, S 2007, 'Is that a fish in your ear? A universal metalanguage for multimedia', IEEE Multimedia, vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 72-77.


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Title Is that a fish in your ear? A universal metalanguage for multimedia
Author(s) Thomas-Kerr, J
Burnett, I
Ritz, C
De Schrijver, D
Van De Walle, R
Devillers, S
Year 2007
Journal name IEEE Multimedia
Volume number 14
Issue number 2
Start page 72
End page 77
Total pages 6
Publisher IEEE
Abstract Developing the code to parse and generate multimedia bitstreams has traditionally been a repetitive and error-prone task. It has also been an area of application development that defied the goal of software reuse. In contrast, BSDL abstracts the minutiae of bitstream parsing out of software code, into an interoperable data file (the BSDL schema), allowing developers to concentrate on the functionality of their particular application. BSDL's approach has demonstrated applications at numerous points in the multimedia delivery chain. In the future, this approach may be extended to still other processing tasks, such as transcoding and transmoding, or to types of binary data other than multimedia.
Subject Multimedia Programming
DOI - identifier 10.1109/MMUL.2007.38
ISSN 1070-986X
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