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MPEG-4 and its Operational Environments
The Object-based MPEG-4 Standard is designed for usage in interactive environments, including those that require the highest efficiency and error resilience. MPEG-4 allows the combination of natural and synthetic content, and has built-in scalability. Mobile devices and Internet applications will benefit from these design points, as will broad-casting applications. The paper concludes with an outlook to the upcoming MPEG-7 and MPEG-21 standards.
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