The Model Primary Content Type for Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
draft-nelson-model-mailext-00

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Authors Mitra Ardron  , Scott Nelson  , C. Parks 
Last updated 1996-01-23
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Abstract

The purpose of this Internet Draft is to propose an update to Internet RFC 1521 to include a new primary content-type to be Internet RFC 1521 to include a new primary content-type to be known as 'model'. RFC 1521[1] describes mechanisms for specifying and describing the format of Internet Message Bodies via content-type/subtype pairs. We believe that 'model' defines a fundamental type of content with unique presentational, hardware, and processing aspects. Various subtypes of this primary type are immediately anticipated but will be covered under separate documents.

Authors

Mitra Ardron (mitra@earth.path.net)
Scott Nelson (nelson18@llnl.gov)
C. Parks (parks@eeel.nist.gov)

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