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EXPERIMEDIA – a multi-venue experimentation service supporting technology innovation through new forms of social interaction and user experience

EXPERIMEDIA – a multi-venue experimentation service supporting technology innovation through new forms of social interaction and user experience
EXPERIMEDIA – a multi-venue experimentation service supporting technology innovation through new forms of social interaction and user experience
New media applications and services are revolutionising social interaction and user experience in both society and in wide ranging industry sectors. The rapid emergence of pervasive human and environment sensing technologies, novel immersive presentation devices and high performance, globally connected network and cloud infrastructures is generating huge opportunities for application providers, service provider and content providers.

These new applications are driving convergence across devices, clouds, networks and services, and the merging of industries, technology and society. Yet the developers of such systems face many challenges in understanding how to optimise their solutions (Quality of Service – QoS) to enhance user experience (Quality of Experience – QoE) and how their disruptive innovations can be introduced into the market with appropriate business models.
267-286
River Publishers Series in Information Science and Technology
Boniface, Michael
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Modafferi, Stefano
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Voulodimos, Athanasios
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Osborne, David Salama
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Murg, Sandra
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Chen, K.C.
Shukla, Sandeep
Boniface, Michael
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Modafferi, Stefano
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Voulodimos, Athanasios
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Osborne, David Salama
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Shukla, Sandeep

Boniface, Michael, Modafferi, Stefano, Voulodimos, Athanasios, Osborne, David Salama and Murg, Sandra (2017) EXPERIMEDIA – a multi-venue experimentation service supporting technology innovation through new forms of social interaction and user experience. In, Chen, K.C. and Shukla, Sandeep (eds.) Building the Future Internet through FIRE 2016 FIRE Book: a Research and Experimentation based Approach. River Publishers Series in Information Science and Technology, pp. 267-286. (doi:10.13052/rp-9788793519114).

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New media applications and services are revolutionising social interaction and user experience in both society and in wide ranging industry sectors. The rapid emergence of pervasive human and environment sensing technologies, novel immersive presentation devices and high performance, globally connected network and cloud infrastructures is generating huge opportunities for application providers, service provider and content providers.

These new applications are driving convergence across devices, clouds, networks and services, and the merging of industries, technology and society. Yet the developers of such systems face many challenges in understanding how to optimise their solutions (Quality of Service – QoS) to enhance user experience (Quality of Experience – QoE) and how their disruptive innovations can be introduced into the market with appropriate business models.

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Published date: June 2017

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/416796
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Date deposited: 10 Jan 2018 17:30
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 19:03

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