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SMPTE Declarative Data Essence: Comparison to ATSC DASE

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John Barkley, M A. Dolan, M Koo, Andrew McCaffrey, Leonard E. Gebase, Murugiah P. Souppaya

Abstract

The Declarative Data Essence (DDE) Ad-hoc Group of the D27 Technical Committee of the Society for Motion Picture and Television Engineers [SMPTE] is developing ITV standards that provide basic functionality for ITV and represent current practice, known collectively as DDE-1. The Advanced Television Enhancement Forum [ATVEF] specification was the starting point for this DDE-1 effort. The T3/S17 Specialist Group within the Advanced Television Standards Committee [ATSC] is developing the DTV Application Software Environment (DASE) standard for the next generation of ITV. This paper describes the SMPTE DDE-1 specifications and compares DDE-1 to DASE. In addition, this paper describes the functionality specified within DDE-1 and DASE that enable content developers to present and manage ITV applications.
Citation
Digital TV Application Software Environment (DASE) Symposium

Keywords

DASE, digital TV, ECMA Script, griggers, HTML, interactive TV, World Wide Web

Citation

Barkley, J. , Dolan, M. , Koo, M. , McCaffrey, A. , Gebase, L. and Souppaya, M. (2001), SMPTE Declarative Data Essence: Comparison to ATSC DASE, Digital TV Application Software Environment (DASE) Symposium (Accessed June 12, 2024)

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Created May 1, 2001, Updated February 17, 2017