DSM-CC

AcronymDefinition
DSM-CCDigital Storage Media - Command and Control
DSM-CCDigital Storage Media Command and Control (also seen as DSMCC)
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In this group, the interactive content related to the movie is usually sent by the broadcaster using the DSM-CC. However, as in the first group, we can also simulate this environment by using a player that present the interactive content loaded from a local repository and not considering the transmitting/receiving aspects, since both the linear TV program (or content) and the data (including synchronization constraints) are known in advance.
In this group, the interactive content is also sent by the broadcaster using the DSM-CC. Due to the synchronization constraints built at runtime, we must consider aspects that directly influence the process of transmitting, receiving, and running such interactive content to simulate this environment.
It does not implement the DSM-CC or any other similar mechanism.
The major differential of the BiS tool is exactly the main limitation of most of the related works: the use of broadcast protocols (applications signaling) and DSM-CC (broadcast file system and media and interactive content synchronization).
The transmission dynamics of interactive content was inspired on DSM-CC used by terrestrial Digital TV systems.
A "Single File" object is equivalent to a File object on DSM-CC real implementation.
In order to maintain similarity with DSM-CC and enable reliable delivery (not using TCP), a protocol that enables integrity checking and object type checking was defined and implemented.
The Consistency Checker is an integrity check protocol that aims to maintain similarity with the DSM-CC and to ensure reliable delivery of packets (without using TCP).
To keep the similarity with the actual environment such mechanisms should be in accordance with the DSM-CC standard.
[17] ISO/IEC, "Generic coding of moving pictures and associated audio information--part 6: extensions for DSM-CC," ISO/IEC 13818-6:1998/Cor 1:1999, Padrao, 1999.