A deterministic QoE formalization of user satisfaction demands (DQX)

@article{Tsiaras2014ADQ,
  title={A deterministic QoE formalization of user satisfaction demands (DQX)},
  author={Christos Tsiaras and Burkhard Stiller},
  journal={39th Annual IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks},
  year={2014},
  pages={227-235}
}
Measuring the impact of technical variables, such as latency, bandwidth, or resources priority-access, on Quality-of-Experience (QoE) of various services demands an extensive feedback from end-users, when those variables change. Estimating QoE in a given scenario becomes harder, when non-technical variables, such as price, need to be considered in addition to technical ones. In any case, detailed feedback that correlates all variables affecting QoE is needed by end-users for each service… CONTINUE READING

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