H.1 Profile Identification

This Annex defines an Application Profile Class potentially inclusive of all defined Media Storage SOP Classes. This class is intended to be used for the interchange of Composite SOP Instances via DVD media for general purpose applications. Objects from multiple modalities may be included on the same media. Images may be compressed with or without loss using either JPEG or JPEG 2000; all readers shall support compression.

A detailed list of the Media Storage SOP Classes that may be supported is defined in PS 3.4.

Table H.1-1 STD-GEN-DVD and STD-GEN-SEC-DVD Profiles

Application Profile Identifier Description
General Purpose DVD Interchange with JPEG STD-GEN-DVD-JPEG Handles interchange of Composite SOP Instances such as Images, Structured Reports, Presentation States and Waveforms, either uncompressed or with lossless or lossy JPEG.
General Purpose DVD Interchange with JPEG 2000 STD-GEN-DVD-J2K Handles interchange of Composite SOP Instances such as Images, Structured Reports, Presentation States and Waveforms, either uncompressed or with lossless or lossy JPEG 2000.
General Purpose Secure DVD Interchange with JPEG STD-GEN-SEC-DVD-JPEG Handles interchange of Composite SOP Instances such as Images, Structured Reports, Presentation States and Waveforms, either uncompressed or with lossless or lossy JPEG. Offers confidentiality, integrity and, depending on the File-set creator’s choice, data origin authentication.
General Purpose Secure DVD Interchange with JPEG 2000 STD-GEN-SEC-DVD-J2K Handles interchange of Composite SOP Instances such as Images, Structured Reports, Presentation States and Waveforms, either uncompressed or with lossless or lossy JPEG 2000. Offers confidentiality, integrity and, depending on the File-set creator’s choice, data origin authentication.

Equipment claiming conformance to this Application Profile shall list the subset of Media Storage SOP Classes that it supports in its Conformance Statement.

Note: Since it is not required to support all Media Storage Classes the user should carefully consider the subset of supported Media Storage SOP Classes in the Conformance Statements of such equipment to establish effective object interchange.