Multipart Content Format Encoding for CoAP
draft-fossati-core-multipart-ct-01

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Abstract

This memo defines a new content format encoding that can be used to combine several different media types into a single CoAP message- body. The proposed encoding provides a cheap framing facility aimed at minimizing the overhead bits as much as possible. Its main use case is for applications whose purpose is as simple as just pulling together a number of known content formats, with the caveat that their juxtaposition must not raise any semantic ambiguity on the receiving side (i.e. strictly ordered, with no optional parts).

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Thomas Fossati (tho@koanlogic.com)

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