The Dynamic Compact Control Language: A compact marshalling scheme for acoustic communications

@article{Schneider2010TheDC,
  title={The Dynamic Compact Control Language: A compact marshalling scheme for acoustic communications},
  author={Toby Schneider and Henrik Schmidt},
  journal={OCEANS'10 IEEE SYDNEY},
  year={2010},
  pages={1-10}
}
The Dynamic Compact Control Language (DCCL) extends the ubiquitous Extensible Markup Language (XML) to provide a structure for defining very short messages comprised of bounded basic variable types, suitable for transmission over a low throughput acoustic channel. Algorithms are provided to consistently encode and decode the fields of these messages, and an implementation of DCCL with encryption is provided as a open source C++ library. Furthermore, DCCL has been incorporated into a publish… CONTINUE READING
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