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An XML-Based Approach to the Generation and Testing of mLAN Sound Installation Configurations
An application, called the mLAN Installation Designer, has been developed that enables the user to graphically design and validate an mLAN sound installation. This application is built upon a model of mLAN systems that is defined by an Extensible Markup Language (XML) Schema, ensuring cross platform portability and future scalability. The XML Schema provides sufficient flexibility to form the basis for a standard effort to describe the configuration of IEEE 1394 based sound installation environments. The output from the mLAN Installation Designer application file is an XML document, consistent with the defined schema, which allows a configuration tool to configure the mLAN devices for automatic operation during deployment of the system.
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