Psychophysiology-Based QoE Assessment: A Survey

@article{Engelke2017PsychophysiologyBasedQA,
  title={Psychophysiology-Based QoE Assessment: A Survey},
  author={Ulrich Engelke and Daniel P. Darcy and Grant H. Mulliken and Sebastian Bosse and Maria G. Martini and Sebastian Arndt and Jan-Niklas Antons and Kit Yan Chan and Naeem Ramzan and Kjell Brunnstr{\"o}m},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing},
  year={2017},
  volume={11},
  pages={6-21}
}
We present a survey of psychophysiology-based assessment for quality of experience (QoE) in advanced multimedia technologies. We provide a classification of methods relevant to QoE and describe related psychological processes, experimental design considerations, and signal analysis techniques. We summarize multimodal techniques and discuss several important aspects of psychophysiology-based QoE assessment, including the synergies with psychophysical assessment and the need for standardized… CONTINUE READING
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