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I-D ACTION:draft-pfeiffer-temporal-fragments-02.txt



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	Title		: Specifying time intervals in URI queries and 
			  fragments of time-based Web resources (BCP)
	Author(s)	: S. Pfeiffer, C. Parker
	Filename	: draft-pfeiffer-temporal-fragments-02.txt
	Pages		: 18
	Date		: 2004-1-9
	
This document specifies a syntax for addressing time intervals within
time-based Web resources through URI queries and fragments. It
suggests a Best Current Practice (BCP) for any time-based Web
resource for which temporal subparts may be requested and retrieved.
This enables, e.g., direct access to a clip of a video stored on a
Web Server, or direct jumps to a specific event within a piece of
music. The syntax is not restricted to audio or video Web resources,
but covers all kinds of Web resources that contain time-continuous
information.

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