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An Open Design and Implementation for the Enabler Component of the Plural Node Architecture of Professional Audio Devices
The Plural Node architecture is an implementation architecture for professional audio devices that adhere to the “Audio and Music (A/M)” protocol. The Plural-Node implementation architecture comprises two components on separate IEEE 1394 nodes – a “Transporter” component dedicated to A/M protocol handling, and an “Enabler” component that controls the Transporter and provides high level plug abstractions. An Open Generic Transporter specification has been developed for the Transporter component. This paper details an open design and implementation for the Enabler component that allows for connection management via abstract ,mLAN plugs.
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