List of Notes

Note 1.1 The MPEG Committee and Some of Its Standards
Note 1.2 Some Application Standardization Bodies
Note 2.1 Standardization for Video-conferencing and Videophone Applications
Note 3.1 A Brief History of Analogue Colour Television Broadcast
Note 3.2 MPEG Video Standards, Their Main Focus and Compression Factors
Note 3.3 Cost Effective Design of MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 Decoders
Note 3.4 The History of Arithmetic Coding in MPEG
Note 3.5 The Evolution of MP3 and Its Feasibility
Note 6.1 Some Features Due to Delay Differences in Live Broadcast of Sport Events
Note 6.2 The Use of the 13.5 MHz Sampling Frequency for Analogue Video
Note 6.3 The Colour Sub-carriers in NTSC, PAL and SECAM
Note 6.4 MPEG Audio and Video Measures to Ensure High Quality Output
Note 7.1 The Three Phases for Standardizing MPEG-1 Video
Note 7.2 Intellectual Property Rights and Standards
Note 7.3 Conditions for MPEG Participation
Note 7.4 The Need for a Wide Scope in Standardization
Note 7.5 Development of the MPEG-1 System Target Decoder
Note 7.6 Example Precise Definition of Video Access Unit Data Removal from Bn
Note 7.7 Considerations on the VBV Model
Note 7.8 The Concept of a Constrained Parameter Stream in MPEG-1 Video
Note 8.1 The Shifting Focus of MPEG Experts in Early MPEG-2 Developments
Note 11.1 Some Background on the Decision Process in MPEG
Note 14.1 The Evolving Need for an Additional Transport Syntax for MPEG Audio
Note 14.2 ...

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