This standard defines an Application Reference Model (ARM) including a binding of application environment facilities onto the ATSC Data Broadcast Standard, A/90. This standard includes a system-wide resource naming scheme, a state model, data models, and constraints and extensions to A/53, A/65, and A/90 to implement application environments.
Download A/94:2002, “ATSC Data Application Reference Model”, approved 16 August 2002.
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