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Jamoma Score _________________________________________________________________ Introduction The Open Scenario System for Interactive Application (OSSIA) project, one of whose objectives is to gather and create knowledge for the formalization of logical and temporal constraints aims at offering developers some generic tools for the writing and the application of those. Ultimately, it aims at encouraging the emergence of software tools allowing the user to write complex scenarios as intuitively as possible. The Score framework attempted to share the work done in the libIscore library by Raphael Marczak at the LaBri. It provides an extensible plugin architecture to expose any processing to time edition and execution. The main elements are TimeProcesses sharing their start and end TimeEvents. TimeConditions handles TimeEvents to allow interactive and/or none linear progressions. The Score framework is based on the Jamoma Foundation which allows to setup a Peer Object Model mechanism in order to embedded easily the features inside many environments (such as Max) or inside specific application dealing with logical and temporal constraints. It also provides a tree structure to manage the namespace of an application in order to organize and access its services. Documentation / API Jamoma Modular API is described at http://api.jamoma.org/group__score.html License Jamoma Score framework is licensed as open source software under the terms of the "CeCILL-C". Known Issues & Wish List See the issue tracker at https://github.com/jamoma/JamomaCore/labels/lib/Score More Information This project hosted is hosted at https://github.com/jamoma About the OSSIA project at ... About libIscore library at https://github.com/raphaelmarczak/libIscore