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Title: QoS impact on user perception and understanding of multimedia video clips
Authors: Ghinea, G
Thomas, J T
Keywords: QoS
multimedia
user perception
user understanding
Publication Date: 1998
Citation: Proceedings of ACM Multimedia ’98, pp. 49-54, Bristol, United Kingdom
Abstract: The widespread and increasing advent of multimedia technologies means that there must be a departure from the viewpoint that users expect a Quality of Service (QoS) which will only satisfy them perceptually. What should be expected of multimedia clips is that the QoS with which they are shown is such that it will enable the users to assimilate and understand the informational content of such clips. In this paper we present experimental results Iinking users’ understanding andperception of multimedia clips with the presentation QoS. Results show that the quality of video clips can be severely degraded without the user having to perceive any significant loss of informational content.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/1219
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