ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29 N 5372
DATE: 2003-05-06
 

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 65th SC 29/WG 11 Meeting, 2003-07-21/25, Trondheim, Norway  [SC 29/WG 11 N 5503]
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 the due date.]
ACTION ID ACT
DUE DATE 2003-06-21
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Secretariat, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29
IPSJ/ITSCJ (Information Processing Society of Japan/Information Technology Standards Commission of Japan)*
Room 308-3, Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg., 3-5-8, Shiba-Koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0011 Japan
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Trondheim meeting notice

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/WG1 WG 11 N5503

March 2002

 

Source:

Leonardo Chiariglione- Convenor

Title:

65th WG11 meeting notice

 

The 65th WG11 meeting will be held on 2003/07/21-25 at

Facilities fees for this meeting are set at  

A presentation session on MPEG and its working method will be held on Sunday 2003/07/20T18:00.

You are strongly encouraged to register with the Convenor, if possible using the web.


Proposed 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

Part 1 - Systems

8.2

Part 2 - Video

8.2.1

Corrigenda

8.3

Part 3 - Audio

8.4

Part 4 - Conformance

8.5

Part 5 - Reference software

9

MPEG Phase 2

9.1

Requirements

9.2

Part 1 - Systems

9.2.1

Standard

9.2.2

Amendment 1

9.2.3

Amendment 2 - Support of IPMP on MPEG-2 Systems

9.2.4

Amendment 3 - Carriage of AVC Content

9.2.5

Corrigenda

9.3

Part 2 - Video

9.4

Part 3 - Audio

9.5

Part 4 - Conformance

9.5.1

Standard

9.5.2

Amendment 1

9.5.3

Amendment 2

9.5.4

Amendment 3

9.5.5

Amendment 4

9.5.6

Corrigenda

9.6

Part 5- Reference software

9.6.1

Standard

9.6.2

Amendment

9.6.3

Corrigenda

9.7

Part 6- DSM-CC

9.8

Part 7- Advanced Audio Coding

9.8.1

Standard

9.8.2

Amendment 1 - Embedding of bandwidth extension

9.8.3

Corrigenda

9.9

Part 9- System extension RTI

9.10

Part 10- Conformance extension - DSM-CC

9.11

Part 11- IPMP on MPEG-2 Systems

9.11.1

Standard

9.11.2

Amendment

9.11.3

Corrigenda

9.12

Workplan 

10

MPEG Phase 4

10.1

Requirements

10.2

Part 1- Systems

10.2.1

Standard

10.2.2

Amendment 1- FlexTime

10.2.3

Amendment 2- XMT BIFS nodes

10.2.8

Amendment 7 - Systems Extensions for AVC

10.2.9

Amendment 8 - Advanced Text & Graphics

10.2.10

Amendment 9 - Use of MPEG-7 in MPEG-4 Systems

10.2.12

Corrigenda

10.3

Part 2 - Visual

10.3.1

Standard

10.3.2

Amendment 1 - Studio Profile

10.3.3

Amendment 2 - FGS

10.3.4

Amendment 3 - New Levels &Tools

10.3.5

Amendment 4 - Error Resilience in Scalable Enhancement Layer

10.3.6

Corrigenda

10.4

Part 3 - Audio

10.4.1

Standard

10.4.2

Amendment 1 - Bandwidth Extension

10.4.3

Amendment 2 - Parametric Extension

10.4.4

Amendment 3 - Lossless Audio

10.5

Part 4 - Conformance Testing

10.5.1

Standard

10.5.2

Amendment 1 - SP, FGS, FlexTime

10.5.3

Amendment 2 - XMT

10.5.4

Amendment 3 - Visual New L&T

10.5.5

Amendment 4 - AVC

10.5.6

Amendment 5 - Error Resilience Scalable Profile Conformance

10.5.7 Amendment 6 - AVC
10.5.8 Amendment 7 - AFX

10.5.7

Corrigenda

10.6

Part 5 - Reference software

10.6.1

Standard

10.6.2

Amendment 1 - SP, FGS, FlexTime

10.6.3

Amendment 2 - XMT, DMIF

10.6.4

Amendment 3 - Visual New L&T

10.6.5

Amendment 4 - AVC

10.6.6

Amendment 5 - Error Resilience Scalable Profile Reference Software

10.6.7 Amendment 6 - AVC
10.6.8 Amendment 7 - AFX

10.6.7

Corrigenda

10.7

Part 6 - DMIF

10.7.1

Standard

10.7.2

Corrigenda

10.8

Part 7 - Optimised software

10.8.1

Technical Report

10.8.2

Amendment 1 - Optimised software for simple profile and error resilience

10.9

Part 8 - 4 on IP Framework

10.9.1

Standard

10.9.2

Corrigenda

10.10

Part 9 - Hardware Reference Description

10.10.1

Technical Report

10.11

Part 10 - Advanced Video Coding

10.11.1

Standard

10.12

Part 11 - Scene Description and Application Engine 

10.12.1

Standard

10.12.1 Amendment 1 

10.13

Part 12 - ISO Base Media File Format

10.13.1

Standard

10.14

Part 13 - IPMP Extensions 

10.14.1

Standard

10.15

Part 14 - MP4 File Format 

10.15.1

Standard

10.16

Part 15 - AVC File Format 

10.16.1

Standard

10.17

Part 16 - Animation Framework Extension (AFX)

10.17.1

Standard

10.8.2

Amendment 1 - AFX Extension

10.17

Workplan

11

MPEG Phase 7

11.1

Requirements

11.2

Systems

11.2.1

Standard 

11.2.2

Amendment 1 - Systems Extensions

11.2.3

Corrigenda

11.3

Description Definition Language

11.3.1

Standard 

11.3.2

Corrigenda

11.4

Visual

11.4.1

Standard 

11.4.2

Amendment 1 - Visual Descriptors Extensions

11.4.3

Corrigenda

11.5

Audio

11.5.1

Standard 

11.5.2

Amendment 1 - Audio Visual Descriptors Extensions

11.5.3

Corrigenda

11.6

Description Schemes

11.6.1

Standard 

11.6.2

Amendment 1 - Multimedia Description Schemes Extensions

11.7

Reference software

11.7.1

Standard 

11.7.2

Amendment 1 - Reference software extensions

11.7.3

Corrigenda

11.8

Conformance Testing

11.8.1

Standard 

11.9

Extraction and use of visual descriptors

11.9.1

Technical Report

11.10

Workplan

12

MPEG phase 21

12.1

Requirements

12.2

Part 1 - Vision, Technologies and Strategy

12.3

Part 2 - Digital Item Declaration

12.3.1

Standard 

12.3.2

Amendment

12.3.3

Corrigendum

12.4

Part 3 - Digital Item Identification

12.4.1

Standard 

12.4.2

Amendment

12.4.3

Corrigendum

12.5

Part 4 - Intellectual Property Management and Protection

12.5.1

Standard 

12.6

Part 5 - Rights Expression Language

12.6.1

Standard 

12.7

Part 6 - Rights Data Dictionary

12.7.1

Standard 

12.8

Part 7 - Digital ItemAdaptation

12.8.1

Standard 

12.9

Part 8 - Reference software

12.9.1

Standard 

12.10

Part 9 - File format

12.10.1

Standard 

12.11 Part 10 - Digital Item Processing

12.10.1

Standard 

12.12 Part 11 - Evaluation Tools for Persistent Association

12.12.1

Technical Report

12.13 Part 12 - Test Bed for MPEG-21 Resource Delivery
12.13.1

Standard 

12.11

Other MPEG-21 parts

12.11.3

Event reporting

12.12

Workplan

13

Overall WG11 workplan

14

Explorations

14.1

Scalable Video Coding

14.2

3D AV coding 

14.3

On line gaming

14.5

Test material

15

Liaison matters

16

Administrative matters

16.1

Schedule of future MPEG meetings

16.2

Promotional activities

17

Organisation of this meeting

17.1

Tasks for subgroups

17.2

Joint meetings

18

Planning of future activities

19

Resolutions of this meeting

20

A.O.B

21

Closing

Logistic Information

 

Venue

Radisson SAS Royal Garden Hotel
Kjøpmannsgt. 73, P.O. Box 956
NO-7010 Trondheim, Norway
Tel: + 47 73 80 30 00
Fax: + 47 73 80 30 50
e-mail: Guest.Trondheim@RadissonSAS.com

Meeting host and organizers:

The host for the meeting is the Norwegian Technology Centre (NTS). The organization of the meeting is in cooperation between NTS and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).

Contact person:

Ms. Bjørnhild Sæterøy
Norwegian Technology Centre
P.O. Box 7072 Majorstuen
NO-0306 Oslo, Norway
e-mail: bjs@nts.no
Telephone: + 47 22 59 01 16
Telefax: + 47 22 59 01 29

Meeting home page: http://www.standard.no/nts/jtc1/sc29/wg11/sc29wg11.htm

The secretariat will be open for registration on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 at 1400-2000, and from 0800 pm on Monday 21.

Trondheim

Trondheim was founded in 997 AD by the Viking King Olav Tryggvason, at the mouth of the Nidelven river. With its 150 000 inhabitants it's the third larges city in Norway and holds a special place in the country's history and culture. It is also a modern city and a major university city with more 25 000 students and one of the largest high-technology centres in the whole of Europe.

The meeting venue is in the centre of the city.

Accommodation

A block of rooms is reserved at the following hotels:

  Single occupancy Double occupancy
Radisson SAS Royal Garden Hotel
(main hotel and meeting venue)
Kjøpmannsgt. 73
NO-7001 Trondheim
NOK 1 050,- NOK 1 150,-

Clarion Hotel Grand Olav
Kjøpmannsgaten 48
NO-7010 Trondheim

NOK 890,- NOK 990,-
Quality Hotel Augustin
Kongensgt 26
NO-7011 Trondheim
NOK 790,- NOK 890,

The price includes breakfast.
To obtain these prices your registration must be received before 2003-06-20

Clarion Hotel Grand Olav and Quality Hotel Augustin are both within a few minutes walking distance to Radisson SAS Royal Garden Hotel.


On line map

Registration and hotel reservation: On line registration form - Word document for fax registration

Registration and facilities fee

The facilities fee is NOK 2.750,-.

The meeting fee is payable by American Express, Visa, MasterCard or cash. Please give your credit card number together with your registration and hotel reservation (see above). Credit cards will be charged at the earliest on July 15. A cancellation fee of NOK 150 will be charged for "no shows" and cancellations later than July 15. On-site payment will be NOK 2.900,-.

Visa information

In you don't need a visa, your country will be listed here.

Otherwise, please check with the Norwegian Embassy or Consulate in your country whether you need a visa for Norway and how to acquire it. We recommend to start the proceedings as early as possible.

Norwegian Embassies on the web

If you need an invitation letter, please contact Bjørnhild Sæterøy

How to get to Trondheim

By air
The easiest way by air is via Oslo, Copenhagen or Amsterdam.

From Copenhagen: Two departures a day (SAS) (1 hr 50 min) Connections with European and international destinations
From Oslo: Frequent departures (SAS/Braathens or Norwegian air Shuttle) (1 hr) Connection with European destinations and New York
From Amsterdam: Two departures a day (KLM) (2 hr 15 min) Connections with European and international destinations

SAS / Braathens
Norwegian Air Shuttle
KLM

Airport information

In Trondheim you land at Værnes Airport. The easiest way to get to all hotels is to use the airport bus, which stops outside all hotels. The bus ride takes about 30 minutes and costs NOK 54,-.

Airport taxi NOK 250,- pr passenger.

By train
If you want to see some of Norway and have the time, the train ride from Oslo to Trondheim is a scenic and nice tour (6 hrs 30 min). You can also take the train directly from Gardermoen Airport (6hrs).
There are five departures every day.
The Norwegian State Railways (NSB)

By car
By car from Oslo you can follow almost the same route as the train (approx. 7 hrs)

By sea
A more exciting way is to go by the Norwegian Coastal Voyage from Bergen. You will need more time and have to plan ahead, as July is high season. Check out the possibility at the Norwegian Coastal Voyage.

Time zone

The timezone in Norway is UTC+01, an in July we have one hour daylight saving time.

Weather

July is high summer in Trondheim. The daily conditions can, however, vary a lot. The average temperature is 13,3°C (56°F), and varies between 10 and 30 degrees! Bring your umbrella, a light coat/jacket and your swimsuit!

Electricity

220 V, 2 pin plugs. Please make sure you have the correct adapters and plugs!

LAN

Information will be provided on the web site later.

Currency

Norwegian krone (NOK)

USD 1 and EUR 1 is approximately NOK 7,25

All major credit cards are accepted by the hotels, restaurants and most stores.

An ATM machine which accepts all the major credit and cash cards is located in the lobby of the venue hotel. There are several banks in the area, which are open Monday to Friday between 0900 and 1530.

Tipping

Tipping is not mandatory, but if you are pleased with the service at restaurants and hotels, you can leave a tip (up to 10%).

Things to see and do in Trondheim

The meeting is located in "Midtbyen" (city centre), and you are within walking distance of some of the most famous tourist attractions.

Take a look at the following web sites for more information:
Official Internet Site for Trondheim
Attractions and events in Trondheim

A trip before or after the meeting

Røros

Travelling east from Trondheim (by car, bus or train) you get to Røros.

Røros is a mining town with soul and atmosphere. The characteristic low wooden houses, the history , the atmosphere and the experiences have an unique flavour which you will find nowhere else. The complete town centre is under a preservation order and is found on UNESCO's World Heritage List on line with other cultural treasures like the buildings in Versailles and the pyramids of Egypt.

Information about Røros

Fosen

Across the fjord from Trondheim you find the Fosen peninsula.

From coastal landscapes with rocky island, heather moorlands and sheltered fjords: Only a few kilometres separate mountain and valley. In between you will find costal landscapes, forests, marshlands, wild rivers, tranquil lakes and streams. A unique experience for hikers.

Information about Fosen

A round trip, south along the coast and back inland

On this trip you can use high speed express boat, bus, car and train, or rather a combination of all or some. The trip will give you a view of the coast of Norway and the mountains.

Take the high speed express or drive to Kristiansund, follow the Atlantic ocean road to Bud and go on to Molde.
Go to Åndalsnes. The trip up Romsdal to Dombås is famous for its scenery. From Dombås you go to Oppdal, before you go back to Trondheim.

Make your trip to Trondheim different

If you land at Oslo airport, you can use some extra days and take a different way to Trondheim.

Take the train from Oslo towards Bergen, but instead of taking it all the way to Bergen, take the Norway in a nutshell tour, which takes you down a scenic train line to Flåm. From there you go by ship along a narrow fjord to Gudvangen and bus up steep roads to Voss. From Voss you reenter the train from Oslo and go to Bergen.

From Bergen you can take a plane to Trondheim, but why not use the coastal express? The ship will take you along the coast between Bergen and Trondhem, with stops where you can visit local communities. Remember that you need to plan this ahead! Check out the website of the Norwegian coastal voyage!

The examples above are just a few proposals. You may want to go to a different place. Visit the site of the official travelguide to Norway.

Welcome to Trondheim and Norway

2003-02-28