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encoding the data in the broadcast stream, but also standards for applications in the receiver to operate on the data This could be in the form of specifications for one or more standard applications in the receiver, such as a standard HTML engine Alternatively, it could be in the form of specifications for a standard execution environment in the receiver, so that a variety of applications could be downloaded from the broadcast stream and executed Datacast applications targeted to consumers can be further classified by the degree of coupling to the normal TV programming:
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Tightly coupled data is intended to enhance TV programming in real time The viewer tunes to the TV program and receives the data enhancement along with it In many cases the timing of the display of the broadcast data is closely synchronized with the video frames being shown
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THE PROMISE OF DIGITAL INTERACTIVE TELEVISION
Loosely coupled data is related to the program, but are not closely synchronized with it in time For example, an educational program might send along in the broadcast some supplementary reading materials or self-test quizzes These might not even be viewed at the same time as the TV program They may be saved in the DTV receiver and perused later Noncoupled data is typically contained in separate data-only virtual channels This may be data intended for real-time viewing, such as a 24-hour news headline or stock ticker service, or it may be data intended for use completely outside the DTV context
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
One of the characteristics that set the ATSC digital television effort apart from the NTSC (conventional television) efforts of the past is the inclusion of a broad range of industries not just broadcasters and receiver manufacturers, but all industries that have an interest in imaging systems The most visible of these allied industries is the computer business With computers integrated into television receivers, consumers will have a host of new options and services at their fingertips, hence facilitating the public interest, convenience, and necessity In an industry that has seen successive waves of hype and disappointment, it is not surprising that such visions of the video future are treated skeptically, as least by broadcasters who see these predictions by computer companies as an attempt to claim a portion of their turf The reality that has emerged, however, is one of cooperation among a host of industries ranging from broadcasters to cable companies to computer hardware and software manufacturers HDTV AND COMPUTER GRAPHICS The core of HDTV production is the creation of high-quality images As HDTV emerged in the early 1980s, a quite separate
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and initially unrelated explosion in electronic imaging was also under way in the form of high-resolution computer graphics This development was propelled by broad requirements within a great variety of business and industrial applications, including:
Computer-aided design (CAD) Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) Printing and publishing Creative design (such as textiles and decorative arts) Scientific research Medical diagnosis
A natural convergence soon began between the real-time imagery of HDTV and the non real-time high-resolution graphic systems A wide range of high-resolution graphic display systems is commonly available today This range addresses quite different needs for resolution within a broad spectrum of industries The ATSC DTV system enjoys a good fit within an expanding hierarchy of computer graphics This hierarchy has the range of resolutions that it does because of the varied needs of countless disparate applications HDTV further offers an important wide-screen display organization that is eminently suited to certain critical demands The 16:9 display, for example, can efficiently encompass two side-by-side 8 11-inch pages, important in many print applications The horizontal form factor also lends itself to many industrial design displays that favor a horizontally oriented rectangle, such as automobile and aircraft portrayal This convergence will become increasingly important in the future The use of computer graphics within the broadcast television industry has seen enormous growth during the past decade Apart from this trend, however, there is also the potential offered by computer graphics techniques and HDTV imagery for the creation of special effects within the motion picture production industry, already demonstrated convincingly in countless major releases
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