Mobile Broadcasting Copyrights Model Based on XrML
This paper propose a system to edit copyrighted documents for the administration of copyrightable documents and has established the application of a possible copyright model to the mobile broadcasting system. The copyright model can be defined each participating user in the distribution of the broadcasting contents, and can be analyzed the provisions of a claim from the contents broadcasting contents, and can be established the content to the buyer himself and each person’s role within the process. In a copyright model for information copyright in circulation broadcasting, we define other contents of the system circulation with the copyrights to be protected while broadcasting. The proposed model analyzes the required facts necessary for the distribution of information copyrights in broadcasting and provides single surroundings which are able to define copyrights model for mobile broadcasting.
KeywordsContent Distributor Content Provider Contract Term Distribution Company Core Schema
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