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Gaming in the cloud : one of the future entertainment

@inproceedings{Wu2013GamingIT,
  title={Gaming in the cloud : one of the future entertainment},
  author={Zhenfeng Wu},
  year={2013}
}
Since the rapid growth of the cloud computing, data collection and information sharing are led to a higher level and are replacing the traditional computation. Several technologies using cloud in all areas are developing to adapt the revolution of information technology and one of them is cloud gaming. This paper aims to explain what cloud gaming is, and look at some detail of its overview and general architecture. After that, changes arisen due to the development on cloud gaming are indicated… Expand

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