John Wiley, 2014. — 466 p.Written by an expert in the field, this book examines the MPEG-2 system specification as developed in the early 1990’s, as well as its evolution into the fourth edition of the MPEG-2 systems standard, published in 2013. While MPEG-2 systems will continue to evolve further, this book describes the MPEG-2 system functionality as of October 2013. Furthermore, relevant background information is provided. The discussion of MPEG-2 system functionality requires knowledge of various fundamental issues, such as timing, and supported content formats. Therefore also some basic information on video and audio coding is provided, including their evolution. Also other content formats supported in MPEG-2 systems are described, as far as needed to understand MPEG-2 systems.Part One Backgrounds of MPEG-2 Systems Introduction Technology Developments Around 1990 Developments in Audio and Video Coding in MPEG Other Important Content Formats Motivation for a Systems Standard Principles Underlying the MPEG-2 Systems Design MPEG-1 Systems: Laying the MPEG-2 Foundation Part Two The MPEG-2 Systems Standard The Development of MPEG-2 Systems Layering in MPEG-2 Systems Conditional Access and Scrambling Other Features of MPEG-2 Systems The MPEG-2 System Target Decoder Model Data Structure and Design Considerations Content Support in MPEG-2 Systems The Real-Time Interface for Transport Streams Relationship to Download and Streaming Over IP MPEG-2 System Applications The Future of MPEG-2 Systems
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