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The standard specification is the description of the normative decoding process to be performed to decompress the information from the encoded file. This process can be implemented using a variety of technologies and methods. Conformity of implementations with the standard specification can be assessed by a set of conformity tests normatively specified in a specific part of the standard (ISO/IEC 23092-5 for MPEG-G).