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IEC/TS 62579

Multimedia home server systems – Conceptual model for domain management

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 May 2010
Status: active
Page Count: 36
ICS Code (Applications of information technology): 35.240
ICS Code (Audio, video and audiovisual engineering): 33.160
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This Technical Specification defines the conceptual model of domain management, which includes terms, requirements and reference models. The domain is a set of devices, users, and/or other entities which can share contents. Entities within a domain are allowed to play, copy and move content and usage rules to other entities within the same domain.

Some existing systems have been proposed in this field of domain, but various vocabularies and models are specified. This situation causes confusion and misunderstanding of systems, and disturbs interoperability. This Technical Specification is intended to standardize the vocabularies and clarify the models.

All kinds of digital content, including broadcast content which needs to be protected, are considered in this specification. On the other hand, rights management and content protection technology are beyond the scope of this specification.

NOTE In addition, network protocol and media format for content sharing and exchange are also out of the scope of this specification. Refer also to IEC 62481-1 and IEC 62481-2 for interoperability guidelines..

Document History

IEC/TS 62579
May 1, 2010
Multimedia home server systems – Conceptual model for domain management
This Technical Specification defines the conceptual model of domain management, which includes terms, requirements and reference models. The domain is a set of devices, users, and/or other entities...

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