[ISO/IEC] ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29 N 3202
DATE: 1999-07-23
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ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29

Coding of Audio, Picture, Multimedia and Hypermedia Information

Secretariat: Japan (JISC)

DOC. TYPEMeeting Announcement and Draft Agenda
TITLECalling Notice and Draft Agenda, the Forty-ninth SC 29/WG 11 Meeting, 1999-10-04/08, Melbourne, Australia [SC 29/WG 11 N 2774]
SOURCEConvener, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29/WG 11
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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 N 2774

June 1999

 

Source: Leonardo Chiariglione- Convenor

Title: Forty-Ninth WG11 meeting notice

 

The 49th WG11 meeting will be held in Melbourne, VIC, AU at the kind invitation of Standards Australia, the AustralianNational Body, on 1999/10/04-08  The meeting is hosted and organised by Standards Australia and sponsored by Motorola and Optus Communications

The meeting will start on Monday 1999/07/04T09:00 at

Carlton Crest Hotel
65 Queens Road
Melbourne Victoria 3004
Australia
tel: +61 3 9529 4300
Fax: +61 3 9510 5795

Annexes 1 through 3 contain

  1. proposed agenda
  2. registration form (fax, web)
  3. logistic information

Annex 1
Agenda

 

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. MPEG Phase 1
8.1 Corrigenda
8.2 Workplan
   
9.1 MPEG-2 parts
9.2 Verification of MPEG-2
9.3 Amendments
9.4 Corrigenda
9.5 Workplan
   
10. MPEG Phase 4
10.1 Version 1
10.1.1 Final Draft International Standard
10.1.1.1 Reference software
10.1.2 Verification Tests
10.1.2.1 Systems
10.1.2.2 Video
10.1.2.3 Audio
10.1.3 Quality of service
10.1.4 Conformance Testing
10.1.4.1 System
10.1.4.2 Visual
10.1.4.3 Audio
10.1.4.4 DMIF
10.2 Version 2
10.2.1 Patent statements
10.2.2 Requirements
10.2.3 Tools
10.2.3.1 DMIF
10.2.3.2 Systems
10.2.3.3 Natural Visual
10.2.3.4 Synthetic Visual
10.2.3.5 Natural Audio
10.2.3.6 Synthetic Audio
10.2.4 Verification Models
10.2.4.1 System
10.2.4.2 Video
10.2.4.3 Audio
10.2.4.4 SNHC
10.2.5 Amendment
10.2.5.1 Systems
10.2.5.2 Video
10.2.5.3 Audio
10.2.5.4 Simulation software
10.2.5.5 DMIF
10.1.4 Conformance Testing
10.1.4.1 System
10.1.4.2 Visual
10.1.4.3 Audio
10.1.4.4 DMIF
10.3 Workplan
   
11. MPEG Phase 7
11.1 Requirements
11.2 Tools
11.2.1 Description Definition Language
11.2.2 Description Schemes
   
11.2.3 Visual
   
   
11.2.4 Audio
11.3 Experimentation Model
   
   
11.4 Workplan
   
12. Overall WG11 workplan
13. Explorations
14. Liaison matters
15. Administrative matters
15.1 Schedule of future MPEG meetings
15.2 Promotion of MPEG
16. Organisation of this meeting
16.1 Tasks for subgroups
16.2 Finalisation of meeting allocation
16.3 Joint meetings
17. Planning of future activities
18. Resolutions of this meeting
19. A.O.B
20. Closing

Annex 3
Logistic Information

 

MEETING LOCATION

Carlton Crest Hotel
65 Queens Road
Melbourne Victoria 3004
Australia
tel: +61 3 9529 4300
Fax: +61 3 9510 5795

 


 

CONTACT FOR MEETINGS

David Bruce-Steer
email: david.bruce-steer@standards.com.au
fax: +61 2 9746 4785
tel: +61 2 9746 4829


Address for mailed documents

Standards Australia
PO Box 1055
Strathfield NSW 2135
Australia

 

REGISTRATION & FACILITIES FEE PAYMENT

Delegates are requested to fill out the formal registration form and send back to the SC29/WG 11 Convenor

The facilities fee will cover the meeting facilities including lunch for the meeting days Monday thru Friday. Limited facilities will be available on the Saturday & Sunday

Facilities fee is AUS$525.00 payable at Registration Desk by credit card (Visa, Mastercard, AMEX) . Lunches from Monday – Friday and the social event are included in this fee.

The Registration Desk will be open from 1:00pm - 6:00pm Sunday, 3rd October and from 8:00am - 6:00pm during the meeting days.

Standards Australia would appreciate if you could pay your facilities fee in advance to ease the congestion at the meeting. We ask that you fill out the prepayment form

Prepayment

Contract For Registration/Facilities Fee

Ms Tina Dalamagas

email: tina.dalamagas@standards.com.au

Fax: +61 2 9746 2950

Tel: +61 2 9746 4784

 

ACCOMODATION INFORMATION

 

Carlton Crest Hotel (Meeting Venue)

5 star hotel with fully equipped Health Centre and both indoor and outdoor swimming pools which are free to guests

Delegates are advised to stay at the venue hotel for convenience and to keep the overall meeting costs down. A special discount has been arranged for a standard room (Single/Double/Twin) of AUS$150 per night or a corporate room at AUS$170 please book directly with the hotel by using the Hotel booking form by fax or by e-mail no later than 3rd September 1999.

Note: Any cancellations must be made 48 hrs prior to the booking otherwise a night accommodation fee will be charged

All enquiries to Ms Danielle Joly - Reservations

Tel: +61 39529 4300 or within Australia 1800 633 888

Email: resrv@carltoncrest-melbourne.com.au

 


A list of nearby hotels can be obtained on request from the meeting organisers

 

COMPUTER FACILITIES

There will be PCs and a laser printers (with facilities for connection of notebook computers) available for the use of delegates. Office 97 will be loaded on the PC’s. There will also be facility for email and WWW access. All major meeting rooms will have a data projector. Email to delegates may be sent to SC29WG11@standards.com.au . This facility will be available from mid September 1999 and for the duration of the meeting

 


 

SOCIAL EVENT

Delegates and their accompanying persons are invited to attend a dinner which be on the evening of Wednesday 6th October 1999. Further details will be available on registration

 


 

TRANSPORTATION FROM AIRPORT

BUS: There is SKYBUS leaving from outside the domestic terminals every half hour at ASU$10 per person one way or AUS$18 per person return. The domestic terminals are situated on either side of the entrance of the international terminal (approx 5 min walk). The bus will only drop into the city and you would need to get a taxi to the Carlton Crest (Approx AUS$10).

 

TAXI: A taxi rank is immediately outside the International Terminal, the trip to the hotel would be approx AUS$35, taxis can hold 4 passengers without luggage, probably only 2-3 with luggage. Station wagon taxis are available

 


 

GENERAL INFORMATION

  1. Visas
  2. All foreign visitors entering Australia must have a valid passport and, with the exception of New Zealand passport holders, a valid visa for entry into Australia. Visas must be obtained before arrival in Australia. Applications should be made to an Australian Consulate or Diplomatic mission in your country of residence.

    Limitations apply to bringing in some items such as tobacco and alcohol. As Australia is an island, strict quarantine regulations apply. Additional information on visas, customs, health and quarantine can be found at http://www.immi.gov/visitors/

  3. Departing Australia
  4. Every person 12 years and over must pay a AUS$33.40 departure tax. The tax can be prepaid with the airline ticket.

  5. Weather
  6. Average temperature for October 18 C with an average of 12 rainy days during the month although Melbourne is renowned for its variability

  7. Currency/Credit Cards
  8. American Express, Diners Club, Mastercard and Visa are widely accepted in hotels, restaurants and shops throughout Australia.

  9. Electricity
  10. Electrical voltage is 240V AC 50 cycles, with outlets in a Y arrangement with 3 flat pins. A number of mains extension leads and multiple outlet power boards will be available for use in the meeting rooms. You will need an adaptor to fit your plug into the Australian socket. It is easier if these adaptors are purchased before you leave for Australia, although they are available from specialist stores..

  11. Telephones
  12. Telephone outlets are slowly being changed to take the American modular (RJ11) plug, the normal Australian telephone plug is unique to the area. Adaptors are readily available at local stores.

    Public telephones are widely available, Delegates are advised to purchase telephone cards from their own telephone companies to enable them to charge the cost of the call to their home or office numbers

  13. Travel Tips

Tipping is not obligatory. It is at your own discretion and only for good service. As a guide, add 7 to 10% to a restaurant bill. No service charges are added to hotel bills. Smoking is not encouraged in public buildings and is not permitted on public transport, including domestic air flights.

 


 

USEFUL URL’S

http://www.mel.dit.csiro.au/MelbInfo.html

General Information about Melbourne eg Weather etc

 

http://www.compumod.com.au/about/visitors/melbourne/melbourne_transport.htm

Transport Information

 

http://www.skybus.com.au/

Information regarding Airport bus

 

http://www.vicnet.net.au/

General information about Victoria