CSA ISO/IEC 16500-1

Information technology - Generic digital audio-visual systems - Part 1: System reference models and scenarios

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Organization: CSA
Publication Date: 1 January 2002
Status: active
Page Count: 85
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This part of ISO/IEC 16500 describes an Abstract System Reference Model (ASRM) at the highest level first and then creates a specific instance of this abstract model to define the DAVIC System Reference Model (DSRM). The ASRM and DSRM are not intended to indicate preferred implementations of the DAVIC System; but are to be used as a tool to guide the definition of DAVIC specifications. Additionally, as DAVIC specifications are issued, the reference models can be used to aid the development and implementation of DAVIC-compliant systems and products.

Document History

March 1, 2002
Information Technology - Generic Digital Audio-Visual Systems - Part 1: System Reference Models and Scenarios
This part of ISO/IEC 16500 describes an Abstract System Reference Model (ASRM) at the highest level first and then creates a specific instance of this abstract model to define the DAVIC System...
March 1, 2002
Information Technology - Generic Digital Audio-Visual Systems - Part 1: System Reference Models and Scenarios
This part of ISO/IEC 16500 describes an Abstract System Reference Model (ASRM) at the highest level first and then creates a specific instance of this abstract model to define the DAVIC System...
Information Technology - Generic Digital Audio-Visual Systems - Part 1: System Reference Models and Scenarios
This part of ISO/IEC 16500 describes an Abstract System Reference Model (ASRM) at the highest level first and then creates a specific instance of this abstract model to define the DAVIC System...
CSA ISO/IEC 16500-1
January 1, 2002
Information technology - Generic digital audio-visual systems - Part 1: System reference models and scenarios
This part of ISO/IEC 16500 describes an Abstract System Reference Model (ASRM) at the highest level first and then creates a specific instance of this abstract model to define the DAVIC System...

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