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Title : Specification of the Continuous Media Markup Language
(CMML), Version 1.0
Author(s) : S. Pfeiffer, C. Parker
Filename : draft-pfeiffer-cmml-00.txt
Pages : 32
Date : 2003-6-9
This specification defines the Continuous Media Markup Language
(CMML), version 1.0, an XML-based  markup language for
time-continuous data. It is a sister document to the specification
of the ANNODEX(TM)  annotation and indexing format for
time-continuous data. The CMML is an authoring language for
annotating, indexing and hyperlinking time-continuous data in the
ANNODEX(TM)  format. Its tags provide for the creation of
structured and unstructured annotations as well as hyperlinks and
addressable named anchor points for fragments of time-continuous
data. The tag names in use in CMML are similar to the ones in XHTML
At this point in time, the right to produce derivative works is not
granted to the IETF as the authors are uncertain about the necessity
to create a working group. The specification is not encumbered by
patents. The ANNODEX(TM) format is protected by a trademark to
prevent the use of the term 'annodex' for any related but
non-conformant and therefore non-interoperable technology.
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