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The bitstream should be structured to convey the data and meta data in a way that preserves the semantic separation of objects in the presentation. The bitstream design presented in this section was originally proposed for the MPEG-4 System layer . The bitstream is designed on the basis of separating the object meta-data from the object data and the hierarchical representation of scenes. Composition is the property of a scene and hence should be part of the scene description. In addition to the decoding times, composition times are needed as predictive encoding schemes such as MPEG video have different decoding and composition/display order.
Such multiplexing can be used to multiplex objects with the same QoS requirements. 245 specification  specifies a mechanism for the creation and management of such logical channels. Figure 10. Architecture of an Object-based Audio-Visual Terminal Figure 10 shows the architecture of an AV terminal. In the AV terminal architecture presented, the AV objects and their composition information are transmitted over a network (or accessed from a local storage device) in separate logical channels. The dmux reads the multiplexed composition and data packets and de-multiplexes it into logical channels.
1 Information Flows and Reference Points The subsystems were specified in an evolutionary manner with each new set of DAVIC specifications adding functionality to the previous set. To facilitate this evolutionary approach, reference points, interfaces, and information flows were introduced between the subsystems. The information flow between the subsystems is divided into five logical flows based on the nature of the information. Figure 6 shows the information flows and reference points between the subsystems.