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This page provides the map of The suggested reading is in the order of the pages of the first row. Pages in italic are under construction and not linked. Digital Media Project Digital Media Manifesto Riding the Media Bits Leonardo
Communication policy Technologies Dream Introduction Biography
Site map Technologies The roadmap Awards
    Promises Communication Before Digital Photos
Disillusions Communication and public authorities Projects
Analysis Digital communication is good COMIS
Actions Compressed digital is better VADIS
Basic rules The first digital wailings Standards
  Digital technologies come of age FIPA
Electronic computers MPEG
Carrying the bits Conferences
Telecom bits and computer bits 64KBWS
Standards The faultline HDTVWS
Policies MPEG's first steps Publications
Contributions The development of MPEG-1 - Part A Image Communication
The development of MPEG-1 - Part B
Inside MPEG-1
The achievements of MPEG-1
The highs and lows of television
The digital television maze
The development of MPEG-2 - Part A
The development of MPEG-2 - Part B
Inside MPEG-2
The impact of MPEG-2
Beyond MPEG-2 digital audio and video
Protecting content
The need for standards
Patents and standards
The MPEG way of standards making
An MPEG meeting
Life in ISO
Craft, intellect and art
Fixating works
Computer Programming
OS abstraction
Humans interact with machines
Computers create pictures and sound
Internet and World Wide Web
The mermaid of convergence
MPEG's third steps
Inside MPEG-4 - Part A
Inside MPEG-4 - Part B
The impact of MPEG-4
Open Source Software
MPEG and Open Source Software
The communication workflow
A fuller form of communication
Tagging information
MPEG's fourth steps
Inside MPEG-7
The impact of MPEG-7
Bits and bytes
A world of peers
Technology challenging rights
Opening content protection
The world after MP3
Technology, society and law
MPEG's fifth steps
End of the ride?
The future of research
Was it worth doing?



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