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An Efficient Scheme of Encapsulation Method to Avoid Fragmentation Degradation During TVA Metadata Delivery
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An Efficient Scheme of Encapsulation Method to Avoid Fragmentation Degradation During TVA Metadata Delivery
Oh, Bong-Jin; Park, Jong-Youl; Kim, Sang-Hyung; Yoo, Kwan-Jong;
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 Abstract
Recently, XML is used to describe details of service and contents for various fields such as IPTV and digital broadcast services because of it's high readability and extensibility. TV-Anytime's schema and delivery protocol have been especially adopted as basic standards for them, and extended to include their own private functions. However, XML describes documents using text-based method, and this causes to create big documents rather than traditional methods. Therefore, many encoding algorithms have been proposed to reduce XML documents like EXI, BiM, GZIP and fast-info set etc. Although these algorithms shows efficient compression effects for XML documents, but they can't avoid fragmentation degradation during encapsulation steep. This paper proposes an efficient encapsulation scheme of TV-Anytime to avoid fragmentation degradation of encoding effect using common string tables.
 Keywords
IPTV Contents Guide;TVA Encapsulation;String Table;
 Language
Korean
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