ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29 N 11072
DATE: 2010-02-13
 

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29
Coding of Audio, Picture, Multimedia and Hypermedia Information
Secretariat: Japan (JISC)

DOC. TYPE Meeting Announcement and Draft Agenda
TITLE Calling Notice and Draft Agenda, the 92nd SC 29/WG 11 Meeting, 2010-04-19/23, Dresden, Germany  [SC 29/WG 11 N 11080]
SOURCE Convener, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29/WG 11
PROJECT  
STATUS Calling Notice and Draft Agenda [Requested action: Each SC 29 member is requested to forward a list showing the names and employers of its delegates and also the name of the head of delegation to the WG 11 Convener and the SC 29 Secretariat by due date.]
ACTION ID ACT
DUE DATE 2010-03-19
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MPEG 92 agenda

INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION FOR STANDARDISATION
ORGANISATION INTERNATIONALE DE NORMALISATION
ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29/WG 11
CODING OF MOVING PICTURES AND AUDIO

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29/WG 11 N11080

 January 2010

Source

 Leonardo Chiariglione - Convenor

Title

 92nd WG11 meeting notice

The 91st MPEG Meeting will take place from 19th to 23rd April 2010 at

Please find additional information here

Please note that

  1. Facilities fees will be charged on participants (see Logistic Information)

  2. Some ad hoc groups will meet on the week end before the meeting.


Proposed agenda   

 

 

Item

#

Title

1


Opening



2


Roll call of participants



3


Approval of agenda 



4


Allocation of contributions



5


Communications from Convenor



6


Report of previous meeting



7


Processing of NB Position Papers



8


Work plan management



8

1

Media coding




1.1

AAC family of Profiles




1.2

HD-AAC Profile




1.3

960 frame length in MPEG-4 AAC




1.4

ALS simple profile




1.5

AFX 3rd edition




1.6

Multiresolution profile

11129

AHG on Multi-Resolution 3D mesh Coding


1.7

Scalable-complexity 3D mesh compression




1.8

Efficient representation of 3D meshes with multiple attributes




1.9

Open Font Format

11234

AHG on Font Format Representation


1.10

Media Value Chain Ontology




1.11

Video Tool Library

11117

AHG on Reconfigurable Video Coding


1.12

Spatial Audio Object Coding

11220

AHG on MPEG Surround, SAOC, USAC


1.13

Unified Speech and Audio Coding

11220

AHG on MPEG Surround, SAOC, USAC


1.14

Media Context and Control C Control Information

11237

AHG on MPEG-V


1.15

Media Context and Control C Sensory Information

11237

AHG on MPEG-V


1.16

Media Context and Control C Virtual World Object Characteristics

11237

AHG on MPEG-V


1.17

Media Context and Control C Data Formats for Interaction Devices

11237

AHG on MPEG-V


1.18

3D Video Coding

11119

AHG on 3D Video Coding


1.19

High-Performance Video Coding

11120

AHG on High-Performance Video Coding


2

Composition coding




2.1

BIFS for Interactive Digital Radio

11171

AHG on Scene Representation


2.2

LASeR Adaptation

11171

AHG on Scene Representation


2.3

Presentation and Modification of Structured Information

11171

AHG on Scene Representation


2.1

Advanced User Interaction




3

Description coding




3.1

Video Signature Descriptors

11118

AHG on MPEG-7 Visual


3.2

Extraction and Matching of Image Signature Tools

11118

AHG on MPEG-7 Visual


3.3

MPQF semantic enhancement




3.4

Metadata driven post processing of audio signals




4

Systems support




4.1

MPEG-4 Systems 4th edition




4.2

Registration Authority and Systems support




5

IPMP




5.1

Protection of Presentation Element




6

Digital Item




6.1

Presentation of Digital Item




7

Transport and File formats




7.1

SAOC transport




7.2

MVC operation point descriptor




7.1

Carriage of JPEG 2000 in MPEG-2 Systems




7.1

Miscellaneous additions to File Format

11232

AHG on MPEG File Formats


7.1

Sub-track selection & switching

11232

AHG on MPEG File Formats


7.2

Handling of MPEG-4 Audio enhancement layers




7.3

MPEG Media Transport

11232

AHG on MPEG File Formats


8

Multimedia architecture




8.1

SC3DMC for 3DGCM




8.2

MXM Architecture and Technologies

11236

AHG on MXM


8.3

MXM API

11236

AHG on MXM


8.4

MXM Protocols

11236

AHG on MXM


8.5

MPEG Rich Media UI




8.6

Media Context and Control - Architecture

11237

AHG on MPEG-V


8.7

Advanced IPTV Terminal

11235

AHG on Advanced IPTV Terminal


9

Application formats

11233

AHG on Application Format


9.1

Media Streaming AF




9.2

DMB AF Harmonization of MPEG-2 TS storage




9.3

Stereoscopic Video AF composition type




9.4

Interactive Music Application Format




10

Reference implementation




10.1

AAC-ELD Reference Software




10.2

MVC Reference Software




10.3

File Format Reference Software




10.4

Geometry and Shadow Reference Software




10.5

SC3DMC Reference Software




10.6

Scalable Complexity 3D Mesh Coding in 3DG Compression Model Reference Software




10.7

Scene Partitioning Reference Software




10.8

Synthesized Texture Reference Software




10.9

Image Signature Tools Reference Software




10.10

Professional Archival AF Reference Software




10.11

DMB AF Reference Software




10.12

Video Surveillance AF Reference Software




10.13

Stereoscopic video AF Reference Software




10.14

Interactive Music AF Reference Software




10.15

Video Tool Library Reference Software




10.16

MXM Reference Software




10.17

MPEG Rich Media UI Reference Software




10.18

Media Context and Control C Reference Software




11

Conformance




11.1

MPEG-4 Video bitstreams




11.2

MPEG-4 Audio Conformance




11.3

AAC-ELD, OAFI and additional AAC Conformance




11.4

BSAC Conformance for Broadcasting




11.5

MVC Conformance




11.6

File Format Conformance




11.7

3DG Conformance




11.8

Scene Partitioning Conformance




11.9

Scalable Complexity 3DMC Conformance




11.10

3D Graphics Compression Model Conformance




11.11

Image Signature Tools Conformance




11.12

Photo Player AF Conformance




11.13

Musical Slide Show AF Conformance




11.14

Professional Archival AF Conformance




11.15

DMB AF Conformance




11.16

Video Surveillance AF Conformance




11.17

Stereoscopic video AF Conformance




11.18

Interactive Music AF Conformance




11.19

Video Tool Library Conformance




11.20

MXM Conformance




11.21

MPEG Rich Media UI Conformance




11.22

Media Context and Control C Conformance




12

Maintenance




12.1

Systems coding standards




12.2

Video coding standards

11116

AHG on Maintenance of MPEG-4 Visual related Documents, Reference Software and Conformance


12.3

Audio coding standards

11219

AHG on Audio Standards Maintenance


12.4

3DG coding standards

11128

AHG on 3DG documents, software maintenance and core experiments


12.5

Systems description coding standards




12.6

Visual description coding standards




12.7

Audio description coding standards




12.8

MPEG-21 standards




12.9

MPEG-A standards



13


Work plan and time line



9


Organisation of this meeting




1

Tasks for subgroups




2

Joint meetings



10


WG management




1

Terms of reference




2

Officers




3

Editors




4

Liaisons




5

Responses to National Bodies




6

Work item assignment




7

Ad hoc groups




8

Asset management




8.1

Reference software




8.2

Conformance




8.3

Test material




8.4

URI




9

IPR management




10

Work plan and time line



11


Administrative matters




1

Schedule of future MPEG meetings




2

Promotional activities



12


Resolutions of this meeting



13


A.O.B.



14

Closing


Logistic Information

The MPEG meeting is hosted by the Institut fr Informationsverarbeitung of Leibniz Universität Hannover.

All meetings will take place in the art'otel dresden.

art'otel

Important information and web page updates will be announced in the news section.

We wish you a successful meeting and an enjoyable stay in Dresden!
Meeting news

Registration details

On this site you find information on the registration for the MPEG meeting.

Registration fees

Conference Advance registration until 2010-03-22 Regular rate from 2010-03-23
MPEG 92 440 EUR 590 EUR

Cancellation penalties

MPEG registration includes

Lunches and Dinners are not included in the fees.

Registration

Please make your registration here (click)
For questions regarding payment please contact Silke Kenzler, Kenzler Conference Management.

Invitation Letter

If you need a letter of invitation please fill out the template letter below and send it by email to Silke Kenzler, Kenzler Conference Management. As early as possible, in order to leave plenty of time to process the application. We suggest submitting it before 1 March 2010.
Note that registration must be made before requesting an invitation letter.

General information

MPEG

The 92nd MPEG meeting will be held from Monday 19 to Friday 23 April 2010. Ad Hoc Group meetings will take place on Sunday 18th April at the meeting venue by prior arrangement.

Postal Address of the Meeting Location

art'otel dresden
Ostra-Allee 33
01067 Dresden
Germany
www.artotels.com/hotels/gerdrart

Postal Address of the Host

Institut fuer Informationsverarbeitung
MPEG
Appelstraße 9a
30167 Hannover
Germany
www.tnt.uni-hannover.de

Visa Information

Some countries require a formal invitation to the meeting.
It is suggested that you check with the German consulate to ascertain the need for a Visa.
If you need a letter of invitation, please contact Ms. Silke Kenzler

Contact:

Registration/Transport: Ms. Silke Kenzler

Venue

Logistic Information

The meeting takes place in art'otel dresden:


Address:
art'otel dresden
Ostra-Allee 33
01067 Dresden
Germany

Getting there

By public transportation

Directions from the airport Dresden Klotzsche Direction from main station Dresden Direction from station Dresden Neustadt Directions from the airport Berlin Tegel

By car

You reach the art'otel dresden via the autobahn a4 and a13 exit Dresden Altstadt. Please follow the signs in direction of Zentrum on the bundesstrasse b6 you follow the street Meißner Landstrasse to the cross Flgelwegbrcke (about 2 km). You pass the crossroad and after 400 m you go to the right. After aprrox. 1.5 km you turn left in Weißeritzstrasse and after 400 m you turn right in Friedrichstrasse. You pass the next crossroad and you will find the entrance of the public parking garage in Maxstrasse next to the art'otel. The charge for the parking space is €14.50 per day (24 hours) you have direct access to the hotel reception, if you take the lift to the ground floor.

Local Transportation

Dresden has a large tramway network that is operated by the Dresdner Verkehrsbetriebe AG/DVB (information only in German, information in English can be found here). The tramway system is the backbone of public transport in Dresden. On the major lines through the inner city, where different routes intertwine, vehicles run up to every two minutes. Different routes can be identified by a route number scheme, which also extends to local and regional bus services, as well as a colour code which has by now only been applied to the official network diagram of DVB.
Source: Wikipedia

Flight Connection

Dresden Airport (DRS) is the international airport of Dresden, located 9 km north of the city centre. Its infrastructure has been improved with new terminals and a motorway access route.
Dresden Airport railway station is situated in the basement of the terminal building. It is served by trains on line S2 of the Dresden S-Bahn, which provide a half-hourly link to Dresden-Neustadt and Dresden Hauptbahnhof stations in the centre of Dresden, with journey times of 13 and 23 minutes respectively.
Source: Wikipedia

Weather in April

Spring is a good time to visit Dresden. The nature awakes from it's winter sleep and everything is painted in a fresh green. However, with an average temparature of 15C, it can become fresh in the evening and you should always be prepared for a little rain.

Hotels


Name Single Double Contact
art'otel dresden €901,2 €1061,2 phone: +49-351-49220
fax: +49-351-4922-777
email: addres@pphe.com
1 Pension am Zwinger €702 €902 phone: +49-351-89900100
fax: +49-351-89900170
email: post@pension-zwinger.de
2 Leonardo Hotel €841,2 €1091,2 phone: +49-351-486700
fax +49-351-48670100
email: info.lhotel@leonardo-hotels.com
3 Hotel Ibis Dresden Bastei €691,2 €891,2 phone: +49-351-48565445
fax: +49-351-48565555
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4 Maritim Hotel Dresden €1002 €1252 phone: +49-351-2160
fax: +49-351-2161000
@
5 Hotel Four Points by Sheraton €851 €1051 phone: +49-351)-87310
fax: +49-351-8731499
email: fourpoints.koenigshof.dresden @arabellastarwood.com
6 Hotel Elbflorenz €79.502 €79.502 phone: +49-351-86400
fax: +49-351-8640100
email: info@hotel-elbflorenz.de
7 Pullman Dresden Newa €992 €1092 phone: +49-351-48140
fax: +49-351-4955137
email: h1577@accor.com
8 The Westin Bellevue €1301 €1301 phone: +49-351-8050
fax: +49-351-8051609
email: hotelinfo@westin-bellevue.com
1 Breakfast included
2 Mention "MPEG 92" while making a reservation to get the discount price.

Please note that we only have a limited allocation for these offers. The offers end on 2010-02-22. Check also hrs.com to get lower offers fot the aforementioned hotels.

Restaurants

It is a matter of course that solid Saxon dishes are offered in the capital of Saxony, but you should also enjoy the rare wines of the wine-growers from the surroundings, preferably in one of the romantic restaurants at the Elbe slopes. Radeberger beer - brewed nearby Dresden - probably tastes best in one of the many beer-gardens along the Elbe.

Baroque palaces in the Inner Neustadt quarter offer specialties from the neighbouring Bohemia and the alternative scene in the Outer Neustadt quarter invites you to a culinary journey around the world.

A list of some special restaurants will follow soon!

Social Event

Wednesday, April 21, 19:00 - 22:030, Restaurant Luisenhof

We would like to welcome you to the restaurant Luisenhof on Wednesday 21st of April from 19:00 - 22:00 to enjoy a refreshing meal with drinks. This splendid restaurant with wonderful views over the historic centre of Dresden, the Elbe river and the famous Blaues Wunder is also known as Balcony of Dresden.
Address:
Luisenhof Bergbahnstraße 8
01324 Dresden

Special Event

You are invited to visit Volkswagen's Die gläserne Manufaktur (The transparent Factory) where the Phaeton is manufactured.

The guided tour takes about 90 min. and costs EUR 6. Tour dates:

Frequently asked questions

Money

The local currency is the Euro. For current exchange rates you may see Oanda.
Major Credit Cards are widely accepted in hotels, restaurants and shops.

Tipping

Unlike in some other countries, service staff is always paid by the hour (albeit not always that well). A tip is a matter of politeness and shows your appreciation. If you didn't appreciate the service (e.g. slow, snippy or indifferent service), reduce the tip accordingly or don't tip at all.
Since the introduction of the Euro, a tip (Trinkgeld, lit. "drink money") of about 5-10% is customary if you were satisfied with the service. Nonetheless, service charge is already included in an item's unit price so what you see is what you pay.

Tipping in Germany is usually done by mentioning the total while paying. So if eg. a waiter tells you the bill amounts to "€13.50", just state "15" and he will include a tip of €1.50.
Source: Wikitravel

Smoking

Smoking is not permitted within public buildings and is not permitted at all on public transport, including domestic air flights.

Shopping hours

Most shopping centres are open from 9am to 8pm Monday through Saturday.

Banking hours

The banks are open at least from 9:30am to 4pm Monday through Friday.

Dresden inside

Dresden is the capital of the German federal state of Saxony (Freistaat Sachsen). Located on the Elbe River, it is an industrial, governmental, and cultural center, known worldwide for the Bruehl's Terrace and its historic landmarks in the Old Town (Altstadt). Although Dresden is larger than Munich when measured by area, the historic center is quite compact and walkable. Be sure to check out some of these places while in Dresden:

Digital Preservation Interoperability Framework (DPIF) Symposium, 21-23 April (during the MPEG meeting) http://ddp.nist.gov/symposium/home.php