Todd Schwartz

Todd Schwartz is a senior software architect in Intel Architecture Labs. He is currently researching techniques in the area of digital content description and management. Todd is also actively participating in the development of the emerging MPEG-21 Multimedia Framework standard. During his 10 years at Intel, he has led and contributed to a wide variety of software development projects, including device drivers for Intel-branded peripherals, computer telephony protocol stacks, and digital video compression. Todd holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science from the California State University at Northridge.

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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.