Der Rückblick zum TEWI-Kolloquium von Touradj Ebrahimi, EPFL am 23.11.2012 beinhaltet die Videoaufzeichnung sowie die Folien:
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Abstract: With recent progress in networks, devices and interfaces, the traditional ways media has been produced, distributed and consumed have gone through major changes. This paradigm shift is expected to continue, giving birth to new products, services and business models, well beyond those implemented or even imagined today. One constant in all this change is the continuing pursuit of higher, richer and better user experience. Quality of Experience is believed by many to provide the right framework to achieve this goal.
This talk will start by providing a historical perspective of quality and how it has been evaluated in conventional and even current multimedia systems. We will then discuss different definitions of Quality of Experience and some of the models based on such definitions. The talk will then provide a number of illustrative examples of QoE definitions and models in concrete situations, namely, mobile 3D and mobile media consumption. We will then conclude with a discussion on majors trends and challenges in QoE.
CV: Touradj Ebrahimi is currently Professor at EPFL heading its Multimedia Signal Processing Group. He
is also adjunct Professor with the Center of Quantifiable Quality of Service at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). In 2001, he was the first to suggest the notion of Quality of Experience (QoE) be used in multimedia communication systems, and since has produced more than 50 publications on this topic. Prof. Ebrahimi is a co-founder of the International Workshop on Quality of Multimedia Experience (QoMEX), and serves as the chair of the European COST Action IC1003 (Qualinet), on quality of experience in multimedia systems and services. His other research interests include still, moving, and 3D image processing and coding, visual information security (rights protection, watermarking, authentication, data integrity, steganography), new media, and human computer interfaces (smart vision, brain computer interface). He is the author or the co-author of more than 200 research publications, and holds 14 patents. Prof. Ebrahimi is a member of IEEE, SPIE, ACM and IS&T.