For the purposes of the present document, the terms and definitions given in TR 21.905
and the following apply.
CMMC Service Subscriber:
A subscriber that has been provisioned with a CMMC service.
An IP multimedia session with two or more participants. Each conference has a "conference focus". A conference can be uniquely identified by a user. An example for a conference could be a multimedia game, in which the conference focus is located in a game server.
The conference focus is an entity which has abilities to host conferences including their creation, maintenance, and manipulation of the media. A conference focus implements the conference policy (e.g. rules for talk burst control, assign priorities and participant's rights).
An individual temporary access or manipulation permission for a specific shared resource (or group of resources) RFC 4376 .
A floor chair is a human or automated entity, who is authorized to manage access to one floor and can grant, deny or revoke access. The floor chair does not have to be a participant in the conference instance.
Floor control is a means to manage joint or exclusive access to shared resources in a conferencing environment RFC 4376 .
Floor owner is a conference participant who is granted the floor and is allowed to send media.
The conference host is a specific conference participant who manages and controls the conference, e.g. adding and removing participants, adding and removing media in the conference, terminating the conference etc. There is only one host in a conference.
For the purposes of the present document, the following abbreviations apply in addition to TR 21.905
Convergent Multi-Media Conference