Subject: Standardisation | Public Interest | Public Dominated Model of Standardisation (PDM) | [ INFO.INFO-DL ] Computer Science [cs]/Digital Libraries [cs.DL] | Audio Video Coding Standard (AVS) | Private Interest
International audience; This research inquires into how the public interest and private interests can be balanced by a new approach beyond the "Fair, Reasonable and Non Discriminatory" (FRAND) term and Royalty Free in the standardisation process. Using the case of Audio... View more
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