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I-D ACTION:draft-heath-rohc-sip-v44-00.txt

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	Title		: SIP Compression using ITU-T V.44 with Pre-loaded 
	Author(s)	: J. Heath
	Filename	: draft-heath-rohc-sip-v44-00.txt
	Pages		: 12
	Date		: 01-Oct-01
This document describes a compression method based on the data
compression algorithm described in ITU-T Recommendation V.44 [V44].
Recommendation V.44 is a modem standard but Annex B of the 
recommendation describes the implementation of V.44 in packet
networks.  This document defines the application of V.44 to packets
or messages where some or all of the contents of the data is known
ahead of time.  For such applications the V.44 dictionary is 
partially pre-loaded after intialization with words and/or phrases 
that are expected to appear in the data.  This Internet Draft
describes the mechanism of the dictionary pre-load and its 
advantages for applications such as SIP/SDP.

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