ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29 N 1851
DATE: 1996-12-02
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ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29

Coding of Audio, Picture, Multimedia and Hypermedia Information

Secretariat: Japan (JISC)

DOC. TYPE Resolutions
TITLE Resolutions, the Thirty-seventh ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29/WG 11 Meeting, 1996-11-18/22, Maceio, Brazil [JTC 1/SC 29/WG 11 N 1413]
SOURCE ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29/WG 11
PROJECT NO. --
STATUS Adopted resolutions
REFERENCES  SC 29 N 1735 (WG 11 N 1292): Calling Notice and Draft Agenda
ACTION ID. FYI
REQUESTED ACT. For SC 29's information
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Narumi Hirose, Secretariat, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29
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INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION FOR STANDARDISATION

ORGANISATION INTERNATIONALE DE NORMALISATION

ISO/IEC JTC1/SC29/WG11

CODING OF MOVING PICTURES AND AUDIO

ISO/IEC JTC1/SC29/WG11N1413
November 1996

Source:Leonardo Chiariglione - Convenor
Title:Resolutions of 37th WG11 meeting
Status:Approved at 37th WG11 meeting
  1. WG11 approves the reports of the Tampere and Chicago meeting.
  2. WG11 approves the reports from the Requirements, Systems, Video, Audio, SNHC, Test, Implementation, DSM, Liaison and HoD.
  3. Subgroup recommendations
    1. The Requirements group recommends
      1. to approve the MPEG-7: Context and Objectives (WG11 N1425);
      2. to approve the MPEG-4 Requirements Document (WG11 N1495);
      3. to approve the MPEG-4 Profiles Document (WG11 N1494);
      4. to approve the Assessment of MPEG-4 Working Drafts compliance to requirements (WG11 N1492);
      5. to approve the MPEG-4 Call For Proposals (CFP) for July 1997 Evaluations (WG N1499);
      6. to approve the initial assessment of IPR Requirements (WG11 N1428);
      7. to establish an ad hoc group on MPEG-4 Requirements and Profiles (WG11 N1496);
      8. to establish an ad hoc group on MPEG-4 Low Delay Evaluations (WG11 N1497);
      9. to establish an ad hoc group on Content Related IPR Issues in MPEG-4 (WG11 N1491);
      10. that the Video Group consider sprite technology as a tool for representing pixel-based Video. The requirements group sees usage in the context of Real-Time Communications (in which coding efficiency is a prime requirement) and multimedia broadcast.
      11. to make publicly available the following documents:
        N1495 (Requirements Document),
        N1425 (MPEG-7 Context and Objectives),
        N1499 (Call for Proposals)
    2. The Systems group recommends
      1. the approval of Systems WD 2.0. (WG11 N1483).
      2. the approval of Systems VM 2.0. (WG11 N1484).
      3. the development of a Systems software VMs. The software needed in order to achieve a complete Systems implementation will be provided in accordance to Chicago meeting resolution 13.
      4. to instruct the ISO Central Secretariat to print on CD ROM the MPEG-2 Systems Conformance Testing Bitstream for which copyright and content copyright has been released. Status of copyright release for MPEG-2 Systems Conformance Testing Bitstream are described in WG11 N1485
      5. to establish an AdHoc Group on Systems Working Draft Editing (WG11 N1486).
      6. to establish on AdHoc Group on Systems Verification Model (WG11 N1487).
      7. to establish on AdHoc Group on Systems Multiplex Specification and Signalling (WG11 N1488).
      8. to establish on AdHoc Group on Systems Architecture Evolution (WG11 N1489).
      9. to establish an AdHoc Group on MPEG-4 Signaling joint with Requirements, DSM-CC and Systems (WG11 N1490).
    3. The Video group recommends
      1. the approval of the following documents :
        1. Disposition of Comments by the National Bodies on Proposed Draft Amendment 4 for the ITU-T Extension of ISO/IEC 13818-2 (N1427)
        2. Draft Amendment 4 for the ITU-T Extension of ISO/IEC 13818-2 (MPEG-2 video) (N1426)
        3. MPEG-4 video verification model V.5.0 (N1469)
        4. MPEG-4 video working draft V.1.0 (N1470)
        5. Description of core experiments on shape coding in MPEG-4 video (N1471).
        6. Description of core experiments on region-oriented texture coding in MPEG-4 video (N1472).
        7. Description of core experiments on error resilience in MPEG-4 video (N1473)
        8. Description of core experiments on multifunctional coding aspects in MPEG-4 video (N1474).
        9. Description of core experiments on coding efficiency in MPEG-4 video (N1475)
        10. MPEG Terms of Reference (N1500).
        11. System layer support for Error Protection in MPEG-4 Video (WG11 N1466).
      2. the establishment of the following ad-hoc groups:
        1. Ad-hoc group on core experiments on coding of arbitrarily shaped objects in MPEG-4 video (N1476)
        2. Ad-hoc group on core experiments on error resilience in MPEG-4 video (N1477)
        3. Ad-hoc group on core experiments on multifunctional coding in MPEG-4 video (N1478)
        4. Ad-hoc group on core experiments on coding efficiency in MPEG-4 video (N1479)
        5. Ad-hoc group on editing the documents of the MPEG-4 video verification model and the MPEG-4 video working draft (N1480)
      3. that the convenor instructs the ISO CS to print on CD-ROM the conformance test bitstreams, for which both bitstream copyright and content copyright has been released and to print also on CD-ROM the conformance test bitstreams, for which only bitstream copyright has been released, if the ITU-R releases the content copyright for sequences from the ITU-R library (WG11 N11505).
    4. The Audio group recommends
      1. that the interim study of DIS 13818-3.2 given in WG11 N1434 be approved
      2. that ISO Secretariat print on CD-ROM the conformance bitstreams for which copyright has been released for the bitstreams and their contents. The bitstreams are listed in WG11 N1482.
      3. that the formal test results for MPEG-2 NBC multichannel coding given in WG11 N1419 and the summary of those results given in WG11 N1420 be approved
      4. that the DoC of CD 13818-7 given in document WG11 N1431 be approved
      5. that the Draft International Standard 13818-7 for MPEG-2 NBC given in WG11 N1430 be approved
      6. that the workplan leading to an initial draft of the MPEG-2 NBC Conformance/ Technical Report given in WG11 N1424 be approved
      7. that, to ensure a suitable name for 13818-7 in its progression to IS and for future usage of the IS, the name be changed now from NBC to Advanced Audio Coding (AAC). The Audio group invites National Bodies and experts to adopt for the documentation from this meeting to continue to use the term NBC but to use the new name for all future input and output documents, including the IS.
      8. that the call for new audio test sequences for MPEG-4 given in WG N1432 be approved
      9. that the MPEG-4 Audio Working Draft, ISO/IEC 14496-3, contained in WG11/N1423 be approved
      10. that the software decoder VM for MPEG-4 Audio given in WG11 N1503 be approved
      11. that the test procedure for MPEG-4 audio core experiments as given in WG11 N1504 be approved
      12. that the Audio requirements for MPEG-4 as merged into document WG11 N1495 be approved
      13. that the liaison statement to ITU-R WP 10C given in WG11 N1455 be approved
      14. that the liaison statement to ITU-R SG11 given in WG11 N1457 be approved
      15. that the liaison statement to DAVIC given in WG11 N1456 be approved
      16. that the decision of the Audio group to adopt a software decoder VM for the MPEG-4 Audio standard given in WG11 N1421 be approved
      17. That the initial draft of FAQs given in WG N1433 be approved and considered further in the ad-hoc group (WG11 N1440)
      18. that the following documents should be made available for public release: WG11 N1419, N1420, N1432, N1495 and N1433
      19. that the following ad-hoc groups be established
        1. Ad Hoc Group on 13818-7 DIS progression, WG11 N1435 - Bosi
        2. Ad-hoc Group on the NBC complexity reduction, WG11 N1436 - Quackenbush/Fuchs
        3. Ad-hoc Group on NBC Conformance and Technical Report, WG11 N1437 - Coleman/Thom
        4. Ad-Hoc Group on MPEG-4 Audio WD and VM, WG11 N1438 - Grill/Purnhagen
        5. Ad-Hoc Group on MPEG-4 Core Experiments, WG11 N1439 - Brandenburg/Moriya
        6. Ad-Hoc Group on MPEG-4 July '97 test preparations, WG11 N???? - Contin (to be presented by Test)
        7. Ad-Hoc group on MPEG-4 Requirements, WG11 N???? - Koenen (to be presented by Requirements)
        8. Ad Hoc Group on SNHC Audio, WG11 N???? - Chairman? (to be presented by SNHC)
        9. Ad-hoc group on Audio FAQ for the MPEG Home page, WG11 N1440 - Stoll/ Kerkhof
    5. The SNHC group recommends
      1. To commit to the use of a software-based Verification Model for the work of the SNHC Group in the performance of Core Experiments, with the acceptance of the terms of the Copyright Release developed at the 37 WG11 meeting.
      2. To the formation of five Ad Hoc Groups:
        W1448 AHG on SNHC Face/Body Animation
        W1446 AHG on SNHC Media Integration of Text & Graphics
        W1449 AHG on SNHC Texture Coding
        W1447 AHG on SNHC Audio
        W1501 AHG on Editing the SNHC VM Version 2.0
      3. To permit the further editing of the SNHC VM document (WG11 N1454) and of the Core Experiments (WG11 N1450, N1451, N1452, N1453) for a period of two weeks from the closing Plenary by the VM Editing AHG with the assistance of all functional AHGs within SNHC, before this document is closed and published for internal and external use (recommended below).
      4. To support the use in press release made by WG11 of recent developments in SNHC.
      5. To publish the following documents for open use beyond WG11: W1454 SNHC Verification Model Version 2.0
        W1452 Core Experiments in SNHC Face and Body Animation
        W1450 Core Experiments in SNHC Media Integration of Text & Graphics
        W1453 Core Experiments in SNHC Texture Coding
        W1451 Core Experiments in SNHC Audio
      6. To update document the SNHC Application Objectives and Requirements (N1316) as a modified version for subsequent approval by WG11 at the 38th meeting in February 1997 for publication.
    6. The Test group recommends
      1. the verification tests, that will be carried out by July '97 to evaluate the MPEG-4 performance, will be focused on the following areas:
        A. Subjective quality assessment of the error robustness of the video VM on different networks (e.g. PSTN, mobile, wireless and packet network)
        B. Subjective assessment of the audio-visual quality for the real-time communication profile
      2. the competition tests, that will be carried out by July'97 to evaluate the performance of new video and audio proposals against video and audio VM, will be focused on the functionalities taken into account in the previous MPEG-4 tests. Specific requirements that will come out at the next meeting (February '97) will be considered.
      3. for the quality assessment of the error robustness of the video VM, the simulation of the system layer and a real-time video decoder is used, if available. In this case new error conditions are also required to simulate channel errors.
      4. the following software implementations are used, to produce test conditions for the audio-visual tests on the real-time communication profile:
        A. video VM including rate control which supports low delay communication
        B. audio VM
        C. system layer providing audio-visual synchronization
        D. ITU-T H324
        It is also recommended to use real-time implementation of audio and video VM, if available.
      5. The following documents are approved and made pubblic:
        A. Report on the formal subjective listening tests of MPEG-2 NBC multichannel audio coding (WG11 N1419)
        B. Overview of the report on the formal subjective listening tests of MPEG-2 NBC multichannel audio coding (WG11 N1420)
        C. Call for new audio test material (N.1432)
        D. Evaluation methods and procedures for MPEG-4 July '97 tests - Rev.2 (N.1442)
      6. The following documents be approved: A. Progress report on the definition of test conditions and procedures for July '97 tests (N. 1444)
        B. Goals of the MPEG-4 July'97 tests (WG11 N1441)
        C. An ad hoc group on July '97 tests is established (N.1445)
    7. The Implementation Studies group recommends
      1. That the identified reduced complexity video padding methods (macro block based) be further investigated in the form of core experiments.
        • The Implementation Studies Group will assist in this process by performing implementation complexity analysis for the three schemes proposed and that the Ad-Hoc group established at Chicago on Video padding complexity be re-established for this purpose (WG11 N1506).
      2. That at the earliest opportunity, a Video VM for higher bit rate of MPEG-4 be specified in order that implementation complexity be performed so that the computational resource estimates produced by the group will be commensurate with the eventual IS.
        • Equivalent of MP@ML 15 MBits/Sec encoded from material originally recorded/generated at the following resolutions :-
          • ITU R CCIR601
          • 4 SIF.
      3. That test materials be produced and made available which have the following characteristics :-
        • Natural sequences
          • Suitable for both low and high bit rate profiles.
          • High motion and low motion in order to exercise both Inter and Intra frame coding.
          • Exhibit dynamically variable :-
            • Temporal resolution
            • Shape
            • Spatial resolution
          • Background sequences are complete without holes.
          • That objects appear and disappear (completely) during the sequence.
        • Contrived sequences that stress the standard in terms of typical and worst case :-
          • Coding efficiency.
          • Computational loading.
          • Motion estimation.
          • Exercising all of the control and data paths.
          • Conformance testing.
      4. That an adhoc group on Computational Graceful Degradation be established for the purpose of defining an ISG core experiment (WG11 N1498).
      5. That the systems architecture be defined in such a way as not to preclude the implementation of the system using apparent and true concurrency technologies.
    8. The DSM group recommends
      1. to Launch DMIF (DSM-CC Multimedia Integration Framework) to coincide with MPEG-4
      2. to support DSM-CC theme for Spain EVANGELIZATION and HARMONIZATION
      3. to prepare a DSM-CC white paper, FAQ list on the dsmcc.divi.com server and provide links to MPEG web sites
      4. to update the DSM-CC seminar presentation
      5. to invite ITU-T SG16 to a half day seminar at the next MPEG meeting in Spain Frideay 21 Feb./97 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
      6. to get the DSM-CC Conformance document into a PWD state in 2/96
    9. The Liaison group recommends
      1. the approval of the following responses to National bodies:
        WG11 N1467 Response to the Portuguese National Body Position
        WG11 N1468 Response to the German National Body Resolutions
      2. the approval of the following liaison documents:
        WG11 N1455 Liaison statement to ITU-R Working Party 10C
        WG11 N1456 Liaison statement to DAVIC
        WG11 N1457 Liaison statement to ITU-R Working Party 11
        WG11 N1458 Liaison response from MPEG-4 to JPEG-2000
        WG11 N1459 Liaison response from MPEG-4 to the LBC video group
        WG11 N1460 Liaison response from MPEG-2 to the ITU-T SG15 AVC video group
        WG11 N1461 Liaison Response from MPEG4 Requirements to ITU-T LBC Group
        WG11 N1462 Liaison Response from MPEG4 Systems to ITU-T LBC
        WG11 N1463 Liaison letter regarding ATSC Data Broadcast
        WG11 N1464 Liaison statement concerning the DMIF Initiative
        WG11 N1465 Liaison statement concerning the definition of T.120 Pass-Thru type codes
    10. The HoD group recommends
      1. The acceptance of the offer made by Preferred, Inc. to organise the logistics of the 38th WG11 meeting in Sevilla, ES, on 17-21 February 1997. Delegates attending will be charged a cost-recovery meeting attendance fees.
      2. The acceptance of the kind offers of the Japanese National Body to host the 42nd meeting on 16-20 March 1998;
      3. The consideration of the anticipated offer of the Korean and Israeli National Bodies to host the 43rd and 44th meeting in July and November 1998 meetings, respectively.
      4. That each MPEG group includes in its recommendations to the final plenary a request for the classification as public of those output documents whose large diffusion may be instrumental for the success of MPEG.
      5. The enforcement of the process currently used for registration and uploading of MPEG documents prior to the meetings, notably the 3 and 4 days deadlines for the uploading and registration of documents, respectively.
      6. The approval of the new version of the guidelines for MPEG meeting hosts (WG11 N1422)
  4. WG11 approves the Disposition of Comments of 13818-2 PDAM 4 (WG11 N1427) and the text of 13818-2 DAM 4 (WG11 N1426) and requests the Convenor to forward the documents to the SC29 Secretariat for further processing
  5. WG11 approves the Disposition of Comments of CD 13818-7 (WG11 N1431) and the text of DIS 13818-7 (WG11 N1430) and requests the Convenor to forward the documents to the SC29 Secretariat for further processing.
  6. WG11 approves the MPEG-2 workplan
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    WD
    CD

    PDAM

    PDTR
    DIS

    DAM

    DTR

    DCOR
    IS

    AMD

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    97/02
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    1/Amd 3
    Private data identification

    97/02
    97/07
    1/Amd 4
    Semantic and table definitions for 4:2:2 and multiview profiles

    97/02
    97/07
    2/Amd 4
    ITU-T extension


    97/04
    3/Rev 1
    Audio


    97/02
    4/Amd 1
    NBC Conformance Testing
    97/02
    97/04
    97/11
    98/03
    5/Amd 1
    NBC Technical Report
    97/02
    97/04
    97/11
    98/03
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    Audio extensions - NBC mode


    97/04
    10
    Conformance testing extensions - DSM-CC
    97/04
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  7. WG11 approves ver. of the MPEG-4 Requirements document (WG11 N1495)
  8. WG11 approves ver. of the MPEG-4 profiles document (WG11 N1494).
  9. WG11 ackowledges with thanks the donation of software VM according to resolution 13. of the Chicago meeting:

    AT&T NBC and MPEG-4 Audio decoder modules

    Deutsche Telekom MPEG-4 Audio decoder modules

    Dolby NBC and MPEG-4 Audio decoder modules

    FhG NBC and MPEG-4 Audio decoder modules

    Matsushita MPEG-4 Audio decoder modules

    Microsoft Full Video decoder VM in C++

    MoMuSys Full Video decoder VM in C

    NEC NBC and MPEG-4 Audio decoder modules

    NTT MPEG-4 Audio decoder modules

    Philips MPEG-4 Audio decoder modules

    Sony NBC and MPEG-4 Audio decoder modules

    University of Erlangen NBC and MPEG-4 Audio decoder modules

    University of Hannover MPEG-4 Audio decoder modules
  10. WG11 intends to develop the following form of MPEG-4 VM in compliance with resolution 13 of the Chicago meeting:


    Type
    Encoder
    Decoder

    Systems
    Software
    yes
    yes

    Video
    Software

    yes

    Audio
    Software

    yes

    SNHC
    Software
    yes
    yes
  11. WG11 approves ver. 2.0 of MPEG-4 Systems VM (WG11 N1484)
  12. WG11 approves ver. 5.0 of MPEG-4 Video VM (WG11 N1469)
  13. WG11 approves ver. 2.0 of MPEG-4 Audio VM (WG11 N1503)
  14. WG11 acknowledges the submissions from the following companies made in response to the last SNHC Call for Proposals:
  15. WG11 approves ver. 2.0 of the MPEG-4 SNHC VM (WG11 N1454)
  16. WG11 approves ver. 2.0 of the MPEG-4 Systems WD (WG11 N1483)
  17. WG11 approves ver. 1.0 of the MPEG-4 Video WD (WG11 N1470)
  18. WG11 approves ver. 1.0 of the MPEG-4 Audio WD (WG11 N1423)
  19. WG11 approves:
  20. WG11 approves the DMIF project description (WG11 N1429) and requests the Convenor to forward the documents to the SC29 Secretariat for further processing.
  21. WG11 adopts the following structure of the MPEG-4 standard

    Systems 14496-1

    Visual 14496-2

    Audio 14496-3

    Conformance Testing 14496-4

    Technical Report 14496-5

    DMIF 14496-6
  22. WG11 approves the detailed MPEG-4 workplan
    Mtg
    Date
    Result
    37th11/96
    1. Call for Proposals and Proposal Package Description and first draft of Test Procedures Document for 7/97 for new tools and new complete algorithms.
    2. MPEG-4 WD-1 containing
      • Part 1 - Systems
      • Part 2 - Video
      • Part 3 - Audio
    38th02/97MPEG-4 WD-2
    39th04/97
    1. Final version of Test Procedures Document for 7/97
    2. MPEG-4 WD-3 containing
      • Part 1 - Systems
      • Part 2 - Video + SNHC Video
      • Part 3 - Audio + SNHC Audio
    40th07/971. MPEG-4 WD-4

    2. Validation of new proposals and existing VMs by complete formal tests.

    41st11/97MPEG-4 CD
    42nd03/98Clarification of MPEG-4 CD
    43rd07/98MPEG-4 DIS
    44th11/98MPEG-4 IS
  23. WG11 approves the MPEG-7 updated project description (WG11 N1425) and requests contributions on applications and requirements for this standard.
  24. WG11 approves its integrated workplan
    Part
    Title
    CfP
    WD
    CD

    PDAM

    PDTR
    DIS

    DAM

    DTR

    DCOR
    IS

    AMD

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    Private data identification


    97/02
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    Semantic and table definitions for 4:2:2 and multiview profiles


    97/02
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    ITU-T extension



    97/04
    3/Rev 1
    Audio



    97/02
    4/Amd 1
    NBC Conformance Testing
    97/02
    97/04
    97/11
    98/03
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    NBC Technical Report
    97/02
    97/04
    97/11
    98/03
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    97/04
    10
    Conformance extensions - DSM-CC
    97/04
    97/07
    98/03
    98/07
    MPEG-4
    1
    Systems
    96/11
    97/11
    98/07
    98/11
    2
    Visual
    96/11
    96/11
    97/11
    98/07
    98/11
    3
    Audio
    96/11
    96/11
    97/11
    98/07
    98/11
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    Conformance Testing
    97/11
    98/11
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    99/11
    5
    Technical Report
    96/11
    97/11
    98/07
    98/11
    6
    DSM-CC Multimedia Integration Framework (DMIF)
    98/03
    98/07
    99/03
    99/07
    MPEG-7
    1
    MPEG-7
    98/11
    99/07
    00/03
    00/07
    00/11
  25. WG11 adopts the following text of copyright disclaimer to be attached to software modules donated to ISO/IEC according to resolution 13 of the 36th WG11 meeting. In the text <MPEG standard> should be replaced with the appropriate standard, e.g. MPEG-2 NBC (ISO/IEC 13818-7), MPEG-4 System (ISO/IEC 14496-1), MPEG-4 Video (ISO/IEC 14496-2), MPEG-4 Audio (ISO/IEC 14496-3).
    "This software module was originally developed by <FN1> <LN1> (<CN1>) and edited by <FN2> <LN2> (<CN2>), <FN3> <LN3> (<CN3>), … in the course of development of the <MPEG standard>. This software module is an implementation of a part of one or more <MPEG standard> tools as specified by the <MPEG standard>. ISO/IEC gives users of the <MPEG standard> free license to this software module or modifications thereof for use in hardware or software products claiming conformance to the <MPEG standard>. Those intending to use this software module in hardware or software products are advised that its use may infringe existing patents. The original developer of this software module and his/her company, the subsequent editors and their companies, and ISO/IEC have no liability for use of this software module or modifications thereof. Copyright is not released for non <MPEG standard> conforming products. <CN1> retains full right to use the code for its own purpose, assign or donate the code to a third party and to inhibit third parties from using the code for non <MPEG standard> conforming products. This copyright notice must be included in all copies or derivative works. Copyright ©199_".

    1 <FN> = First Name, <LN> = Last Name, <CN> = Company Name,
  26. WG11 approves its terms of reference (WG11 N1500).
  27. WG11 approves its five-year meeting schedule

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  28. WG11 would like to thank Intellectual Property experts for their assistance at this meeting in the kicking off support of IP information in MPEG-4 objects.
  29. WG11 approves the Audio group contribution to the MPEG Home Page with their contribution to the Audio FAQ (WG11 N1433). All groups are requested to produce similar informational material to promote understanding of MPEG and its processes, and use of MPEG standards.
  30. WG11 approves its Maceio press release for publication on the MPEG home page (WG11 N1417).
  31. WG11 would like to thank Mr. Chris Adams for his leadership of the DSM-CC work that has led WG11 to produce yet another outstanding generic standard in support of digital audio and video applications, services and equipment. Mr. Vahe Balabanian is given the task to continue that work with DMIF, the DSM-CC Multimedia Integration Framework.
  32. The Convenor would like to express his thanks to Robert Danielsen, Thow Keng Tan and Peter Schirling for their support in the preparation of the Friday Plenary.
  33. WG11 thanks ABNT for hosting the 37th MPEG meeting. The following companies and individuals are thanked for their contribution to this meeting:

    Centro de Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento (CPqD) da Telebrás D1 recorder

    Sony Comércio e Industria Ltda Monitor and DAT recorder

    TV Globo e TV Gazeta Maceió Monitor and transformers

    Xerox do Brasil Copying machine

    Raul Colcher

    Rogerio Gonçalves

    Deise Freitas

    Rafael Lontra

    Claudia Costa

    Ivana Coêlho

    Neila Thomé

    Antonio Assef

WG11 adjourned on 96/11/22 21:45