ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29 N 6181
DATE: 2004-07-31
 

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

DOC. TYPE Resolutions
TITLE Resolutions, the 17th SC 29 Plenary Meeting, 2004-07-26/27, Redmond, USA
SOURCE ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29
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STATUS Adopted Resolutions [Requested action: For SC 29's information]
ACTION ID FYI
DUE DATE  
DISTRIBUTION P, O and L Members of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29 ; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Secretariat; ISO/IEC ITTF
ACCESS LEVEL Open
ISSUE NO. 619
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Secretariat, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29
IPSJ/ITSCJ (Information Processing Society of Japan/Information Technology Standards Commission of Japan)*
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Resolutions
The 17th ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29 Plenary Meeting
2004-07-26/27, Redmond, USA


  1. Progression of Work Items

    SC 29 approves the following progression of work items on condition that substantial support is received from the NBs and Disposition of Comments reports satisfactorily dispose all comments accompanying negative votes. SC 29 further approves the subsequent progression to the next stage on condition that substantial support from the NBs is received and Disposition of Comments reports satisfactorily dispose all comments accompanying negative votes:

    1) IS/AMD/COR publication stages

    2) FDIS/FDAM stages

    3) FCD/FPDAM stages

    4) CD/PDAM/PDTR stages

    unanimous


  2. Modifications to the Programme of Work

    SC 29 approves the following modifications to its current Programme of Work, and instructs its Secretariat to submit them to JTC 1 for endorsement:

    1) Subdivision

    2) Minor Enhancements

    3) Change of Title

    unanimous


  3. Target Dates for Work Items

    SC 29 approves the target dates for work items as stated in SC 29 N 6210.

    unanimous


  4. Project Editors

    SC 29 approves the following changes in project editor status.

    ISO/IEC 15444-2:2004/Amd.2 Dr. Tim Wilkinson
    Resignation: Mr. Christopher Brislawn
    ISO/IEC 15444-3:2002/Amd.3 Dr. Joerg Mohr
    ISO/IEC 15444-3:200X 2nd Edition Mr. David Singer
    Mr. Takahiro Fukuhara
    Dr. Joerg Mohr (Co-editor)
    ISO/IEC 15444-6:2003/Amd.1 Mr. Junichi Hara
    Dr. Klaus Jung (Co-editor)
    ISO/IEC 15444-8 Dr. Susie Wee (Co-editor)
    ISO/IEC 15444-10 Dr. Peter Schelkens
    Mr. Chris Brislawn (Co-editor)
    ISO/IEC 15444-12:2004 Mr. Eric Edwards
    ISO/IEC 14496-1:2001/Cor.3 Mr. Marius Preda
    ISO/IEC 14496-1:2001/Amd.8 Mr. Shlomo Birman
    ISO/IEC 14496-2:2004/Cor.1 Mr. Tihao Chiang
    Dr. Jens-Rainer Ohm
    Mr. Herbert Thoma
    Mr. Yi-Shin Tung.
    ISO/IEC 14496-3:2001/Amd.1:2003/Cor.1 Mr. Kristofer Kjorling
    ISO/IEC 14496-10:2003/Cor.1 Dr. Gary Sullivan
    ISO/IEC 14496-10:2004 Dr. Aharon Gill
    Dr. Ajay K. Luthra
    Dr. Gary Sullivan
    Dr. Thomas Wiegand
    ISO/IEC 14496-10:2004/Amd.1 addition:
    Mr. Detlev Marpe
    Dr. Ajay Luthra
    ISO/IEC 14496-10:200X 3rd EditionDr. Ajay Luthra
    Dr. Gary Sullivan
    Dr. Thomas Wiegand
    ISO/IEC 14496-10:200X 3rd Edition/Cor.1Mr. Aharon Gill
    Dr. Ajay Luthra
    Dr. Gary Sullivan
    Mr. Thomas Wiegand
    ISO/IEC 14496-16/Amd.1 Mr. Marius Preda
    Resignation:
    Mr. Mikael Bourges-Sevenier
    ISO/IEC 14496-18 Mr. Vladimir Levantosky
    ISO/IEC 14496-19 Mr. Shlomo Birman
    ISO/IEC 15938-1:2002/Cor.1 Mr. Andreas Hutter
    ISO/IEC 15938-5/Cor.1 Mr. John R. Smith

    unanimous


  5. Collaborative Projects with ITU-T: WG 1

    SC 29 approves the following projects to be published as Common Text as a mode of cooperation with ITU-T:

    - JTC 1.29.10.010 (15444-10): ITU-T Rec.T.80x|ISO/IEC 15444-10 (3-D and floating point data)
    - JTC 1.29.10.011 (15444-11): ITU-T Rec.T.80x|ISO/IEC 15444-11 (Wireless)

    unanimous


  6. Periodic Review

    SC 29 recommends the confirmation of the following ISs at its periodic review period in 2005 and 2006:

    unanimous


  7. Periodic Review (JPEG)

    SC 29 recommends the confirmation of the following ISs at its periodic review period in 2005 and 2006:

    Approval: Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Rep. of Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, USA (13)
    Disapproval: UK (1)
    Abstention: none (0)


  8. WG 1 and WG 11 Document Archive

    Following discussion of SC 29 N 6112, the Australian NB contribution for JPEG & MPEG Public Document Archive, SC 29 requests Mr. Paul Jessop, Mr. Richard Clark and Dr. Ian Burnett to

    (a) investigate whether a body such as a library would, without placing burden on SC 29 or WGs, be available to manage, hold, preserve and make available an archive of contributions to SC29's Working Groups which the authors wish to be made accessible to the public,

    (b) examine the copyright and associated issues and,

    (c) make recommendations to the SC 29/AGM by 2004-10-31.

    unanimous


  9. ISO/IEC JTC 1 Patent Statement Database

    SC 29 notes that the JTC 1 Patent Statement Database template for the data input has been completed, however, the data entry has not been done yet.

    SC 29 requests ISO/IEC ITTF to note the problems caused by the delays in the development of the JTC 1 Patent Statement Database. The delays are affecting successful deployment of all SC 29's standards.

    SC 29 requests that ISO/IEC ITTF complete the work as soon as possible so that potential users can see the patents lists relating to SC 29 standards because the lists are needed to assist in the adoption of the standards.

    unanimous


  10. Unified Patent Statement Format

    SC 29 concurs with the Japanese NB's proposal that, in order to simplify and encourage patent statement submissions, it would be beneficial to have a single patent statement format defined and implemented by ISO/IEC.

    SC 29 recommends ISO/IEC to consider providing such a single patent statement format, and suggests that the ITU-T | ISO/IEC form for a common and twin text in SC 29 N 6211 could serve this purpose.

    SC 29 suggests using such a form internally.

    unanimous


  11. SC 29 Business Plan

    SC 29 instructs its Chairman to update the SC 29 draft business plan in SC 29 N 6095 based on the result from this plenary meeting, and SC 29 instructs its Secretariat to submit it to JTC 1.

    unanimous


  12. SC 29 Web/FTP Site

    SC 29 notes that the password of SC 29 Web/FTP site is changed after SC 29 Plenary meeting.

    NB's UserID and Password for SC 29 E-balloting will not be changed.

    unanimous


  13. Category C Liaison between DMP and WG 11

    SC 29 approves the establishment of a Category C liaison between DMP and WG 11.

    SC 29 accepts the statement of expected benefits and responsibilities as in SC 29 N 6176.

    SC 29 appoints Mr. Marc Gauvin as its liaison representative to DMP.

    unanimous


  14. Category C Liaison between DCCSDP&DCCSDC and WG 11

    SC 29 approves the establishment of a Category C liaison between Digital Cinema Common Specification Development Project & Digital Cinema Common Specification Development Committee (DCCSDP&DCCSDC) and WG 11.

    SC 29 accepts the statement of expected benefits and responsibilities as in SC 29 N 6177.

    SC 29 notes that additional information as to DCCSDP&DCCSDC is in SC 29 N 6182.

    SC 29 appoints Dr. Takuyo Kogure as its liaison representative to DCCSDP&DCCSDC.

    unanimous


  15. Category C Liaison between OMA and WG 11

    SC 29 approves the establishment of a Category C liaison between OMA and WG 11.

    SC 29 accepts the statement of expected benefits and responsibilities as in SC 29 N 6178.

    SC 29 appoints Mr. Pete Schirling as its liaison representative to OMA.

    unanimous


  16. Appointment of Liaison Representatives

    SC 29 appoints the following liaison representatives:

    Resignation:

    unanimous


  17. Approval of Meeting Report

    SC 29 approves the meeting report of its 16th SC 29 Plenary meeting, 2003-07-28/30, Trondheim, Norway, as in SC 29 N 5974.

    unanimous


  18. Status of SC 29 P-members' Participation

    SC 29 instructs its Secretariat to submit the current status of SC 29 P-members' participation to the ISO/IEC ITTF to remind them of their obligation to participate in plenary meetings and cast letter ballots.

    unanimous


  19. Meeting Schedule

    SC 29 approves the following meeting schedule:

    - 18th: 2005-04-25/26, Busan, Rep. of Korea (collocated with WG 11)

    SC 29 instructs its Secretariat and WG Conveners to identify a host for a collocated meeting of the 19th SC 29 Plenary and all WGs in 2006.

    unanimous


  20. ISO/IEC Certificates

    SC 29 nominates the following editors as recipients of ISO/IEC Certificates:

    15444-5:2003 Prof. Touradj Ebrahimi
    15444-6:2003 Mr. Simon McPartlin
    15444-12:2004 Mr. Eric Edwards
    Mr. Takahiro Fukuhara
    Mr. David Singer

unanimous


  1. Appreciation to the Drafting Committee

    SC 29 expresses its appreciation to the following drafting committee members for their excellent work in preparing the draft resolutions of this plenary meeting:

    acclamation


  2. Appreciation to the Host

    SC 29 expresses its sincere appreciation to the National Body of US and Microsoft Corporation for hosting the 17th SC 29 Plenary meeting. In particular SC 29 would like to thank the following individuals from Microsoft:
    Ms. Martha Nalebuff and Dr. Gary Sullivan,
    the local host support staff,
    Mr. John Conrad and Mr. Andrew Rosen for leading the MS Studio tours and,
    Mr. Rich Lappenbusch and Mr. Charles Mauzy for senior management support.

    SC 29 would like to thank the local host support staff including
    Ms. Gina Broel, Ms. Shantal Pantohen and Mr Brady Clark;
    Microsoft TSG including Mr. Raleigh Paenitz and Mr. James McGilvray for helping with technical issues and setting up equipment;
    Wells Register (the registration vendor) including in particular Mr. Jason Widrig, Mr. Ross McIntyre and Ms. Shannon Anderson for helping make things run smoothly both on site and prior to the meetings;
    and the MSCC staff (catering, business desk, etc) for excellent provision of essential services.

    acclamation