Nested Context Language 3.0: Aplicações declarativas NCL com objetos NCLua imperativos embutidos. de Salles Soares Neto, F. S. C.; Barbosa, S. D. J.; and Soares, L. F. G.
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The Nested Context Language (NCL) allows the development of multimedia applications with spatio-temporal synchronization among media objects, such as videos, sounds and images. In order to extend NCL with a general purpose programming language, objects written with the Lua language, the so called NCLua objects, are also supported. For common media objects, it is the role of the media player to interpret the actions commanded by the NCL formatter, such as start and abortion of media presentations. However, for NCLua objects, this role is attributed to the object author, which can give any semantics to the commanded actions. An NCLua object communicates with the NCL document in which it is embedded through events, in accordance with the transitions in its state machine. This technical report describes how NCLua objects are developed.
@article{de_salles_soares_neto_nested_2009,
	title = {Nested Context Language 3.0: Aplicações declarativas {NCL} com objetos {NCLua} imperativos embutidos},
	abstract = {The Nested Context Language ({NCL}) allows the development of multimedia applications with spatio-temporal synchronization among media objects, such as videos, sounds and images. In order to extend {NCL} with a general purpose programming language, objects written with the Lua language, the so called {NCLua} objects, are also supported. For common media objects, it is the role of the media player to interpret the actions commanded by the {NCL} formatter, such as start and abortion of media presentations. However, for {NCLua} objects, this role is attributed to the object author, which can give any semantics to the commanded actions. An {NCLua} object communicates with the {NCL} document in which it is embedded through events, in accordance with the transitions in its state machine. This technical report describes how {NCLua} objects are developed.},
	author = {de Salles Soares Neto, Francisco Sant'anna Carlos and Barbosa, Simone Diniz Junqueira and Soares, Luiz Fernando Gomes},
	date = {2009-01}
}
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