Mark Walker

Since joining Intel, Mark Walker has worked on various projects including PC-based video conferencing, wideband audio compression, and synthetic speech. He is the author of numerous patents in the areas of digital video compression, digital speech compression, wideband audio compression and synthetic speech. Mark received his PhD from Arizona State University in 1991. He joined the Intel Architecture Labs in 1992.

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DIDL: Packaging Digital Content

Internet applications generally fall short in their ability to transfer multimedia content. This article describes an XML vocabulary for packaging digital content, breaking the one-to-one mapping between the notion of a content item and an individual file.