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INTERNATIONAL ISO/IEC
STANDARD 21000-19
First edition
2010-06-15
AMENDMENT 1
2018-06
Information technology — Multimedia
framework (MPEG-21) —
Part 19:
Media Value Chain Ontology
AMENDMENT 1: Extensions on time-
segments and multi-track audio
Technologies de l'information — Cadre multimédia (MPEG-21) —
Partie 19: Ontologie de chaîne de valeur de média
AMENDEMENT 1: Titre manque
Reference number
ISO/IEC 21000-19:2010/Amd.1:2018(E)
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ISO/IEC 21000-19:2010/Amd.1:2018(E)
Foreword

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ISO/IEC 21000-19:2010/Amd.1:2018(E)
Information technology — Multimedia framework
(MPEG-21) —
Part 19:
Media Value Chain Ontology
AMENDMENT 1: Extensions on time-segments and multi-
track audio
Introduction
Add the following text after the last paragraph:

This document consists of eight Clauses and three Annexes. This technology is described in the

following sections of this document:

Model: The model is described in Clause 6, by way of a narrative description of the Value

Chain, its main elements and relations.

Representation: The MVCO has been formalized as a normative OWL Ontology, the description

of which is given in Clause 7. The description consists of listing the classes, the

object properties, the datatype properties, and the class individuals. Classes are

described by giving the name, an English definition, the class hierarchy, and the

restrictions imposed on the class. Annex B contains the normative OWL (XML/
RDF) comprising the entire semantics of the elements in the model.

Ontology Use: An informative section is provided with non-normative descriptions of use,

extensions and an API (Annex A).

Extension: An extension of the MVCO defining additional concepts for the description of the

value chain of composite IP Entities in the audio domain is described in Clause
8. Annex C contains the corresponding normative OWL (XML/RDF).
Scope
Replace the text with the following:

This document describes MPEG-21 Media Value Chain Ontology (MVCO). The MVCO can be used

to capture knowledge about media value chains and to represent it in a computer readable way, as

well as concepts in the domain and the relationships between those concepts.
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Clause 3
Replace 3.1.1 to 3.1.61 with:
3.1.1
action
process of performing functions
3.1.2
adaptation
IP Entity that is a Work derived from another Work or Adaptation
3.1.3
AdaptationInstance
IP Entity which is an example of an Identified Adaptation Manifestation
EXAMPLE A file.
3.1.4
AdaptationInstanceCopy
IP Entity that is a copy of an AdaptationInstance
3.1.5
AdaptationManifestation
IP Entity which is an expression of an Adaptation
Note 1 to entry: IP Entity can be an object or an event.
3.1.6
AdaptationManifestationCopy
IP Entity that is a copy of an AdaptationManifestation
3.1.7
adaptor
user who produces an Adaptation and its AdaptationManifestations
3.1.8
anonymous
user whose identity is unknown
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3.1.9
broadcast
action that delivers Content to a Device in a point-to-multipoint modality
3.1.10
collective
set of two or more Users
3.1.11
content
set of one or more Content Elements
EXAMPLE A Digital Item.
3.1.12
content element
type of data

Note 1 to entry: Content elements can be Resources, metadata, nested Contents, licenses, IPMP data,

IPMP tools and Use Data.
3.1.13
ContentHandler

user who is appointed to act on content on behalf of another User and within the scope and responsi-

bility of that second User´s rights
3.1.14
copy

mechanical reproduction of analogue or digital representation of a given IP Entity

Note 1 to entry: In the case of a digital Copy the result is of virtually identical quality while in the case

of an analogue Copy the result can vary considerably in quality.
3.1.15
CopyrightException
permission to invoke a right under exceptional circumstance
EXAMPLE When a particular Fact is true.
3.1.16
CreateWork
action of creating a Work without any previous IP Entity
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3.1.17
creator
author
user who generates a Work and makes its Manifestations
3.1.18
distribute, verb
action of selling, renting or lending
3.1.19
distributor
user who distributes a Product
3.1.20
device

combination of hardware and/or software that allows a User to execute functions over Content and/or

IP Entities
3.1.21
download, verb

action of transferring a file or program from a central computer to a smaller computer or to a comput-

er at a remote location
3.1.22
EndUser
user in a Value Chain who ultimately consumes Content
3.1.23
EndUser Action
action performed by an EndUser
3.1.24
fact
positive proposition
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3.1.25
identify

function of assigning a unique signifier that establishes the identity of entities, Devices, Content and

Content Elements
3.1.26
instance
IP Entity which is an example of an Identified Manifestation
Note 1 to entry: IP Entity can be an object or an event.
EXAMPLE A file.
3.1.27
instantiator
user who produces an Instance
3.1.28
Intellectual Property

any identifiable product of the mind attributable to any person(s) or legal entitie(s) that can be repre-

sented or communicated physically and protectable by copyright or similar laws
3.1.29
interval
temporal entity defined by a start and end point
3.1.30
IP entity

type of IP represented by Content: Work, Adaptation, Manifestation, Instance, Product

3.1.31
MakeAdaptation
action of making an Adaptation
3.1.32
MakeAdaptationManifestationCopy
action of making an AdaptationManifestationCopy
3.1.33
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MakeAdaptationInstanceCopy
action of making an AdaptationInstanceCopy
3.1.34
MakeAdaptationInstance
action of making an Instance from an AdaptationManifestation
3.1.35
MakeAdaptationManifestation
action of making an AdaptationManifestation
3.1.36
MakeCopy
action of making a copy
3.1.37
MakeInstance
action of making an Instance from a Manifestation
3.1.38
MakeManifestation
action of making a Manifestation
3.1.39
MakeWorkInstanceCopy
action of making a WorkInstanceCopy
3.1.40
MakeWorkManifestationCopy
action of making a WorkManifestationCopy
3.1.41
MakeWorkInstance
action of making an Instance from a WorkManifestation
3.1.42
MakeWorkManifestation
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action of making a Manifestation of a Work
3.1.43
manifestation
IP Entity which is an expression of a Work
Note 1 to entry: IP Entity can be an object or an event.
3.1.44
permission

authorisation from one Rights owner to one or more Users to perform one or more Actions on a given

IP Entity
3.1.45
private copy
action of storing Content and hold it private for non commercial purposes
3.1.46
produce, verb
action of making Products
3.1.47
producer
user that makes Products
3.1.48
product

IP Entity that adds value to IP Entities by including them with an appropriate licence for publishing

3.1.49
public communication
action of publicly displaying/performing

EXAMPLE Live performance, radio, television, internet streaming, multicast of Instances and Man-

ifestations, and download.
3.1.50
render
action of converting a Resource to a human-perceivable form
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3.1.51
represent

express information in a form that can be processed by a digital or analogue Device

3.1.52
resource
Data that can be processed by a Device

Note 1 to entry: This is only applicable to data whose Representation is not specified by ISO/IEC 21000.

EXAMPLE An MP3 file or an executable code.
3.1.53
reuse, verb
action of using an IP Entity for the creation of another IP Entity
3.1.54
right

ability of performing one or more functions over IP Entities as a consequence of ownership or Per-

missions
3.1.55
role

defined set of Actions and corresponding conditions attributed to and required of a User

3.1.56
segment

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