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Unpertrubed Video Streaming QoE Under Web Page Related Context Factors

Originální název

Unpertrubed Video Streaming QoE Under Web Page Related Context Factors

Anglický název

Unpertrubed Video Streaming QoE Under Web Page Related Context Factors

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Quality of Experience (QoE) of Internet services is affected by human, system, and context influence factors. While most QoE studies so far are focused on system factors only, this work will assess the impact of context factors of video streaming on QoE. As video streaming is mostly consumed from web pages, such as video portals, the investigated test conditions are applied to the web page, which embeds the video player. Therefore, the study of context factors is implicitly conducted within a crowdsourced QoE study. The test conditions considered different page load times, poster image qualities, and displayed advertisements on the web page, which are typical context factors when consuming a video streaming service. The results of the study show that the modification of the context factors on the streaming web page leaves the users’ QoE rating unperturbed, which suggests that the investigated context factors have a negligible impact on video streaming QoE, or that the rating task of the subjective QoE study superimposed the context factors.

Anglický abstrakt

Quality of Experience (QoE) of Internet services is affected by human, system, and context influence factors. While most QoE studies so far are focused on system factors only, this work will assess the impact of context factors of video streaming on QoE. As video streaming is mostly consumed from web pages, such as video portals, the investigated test conditions are applied to the web page, which embeds the video player. Therefore, the study of context factors is implicitly conducted within a crowdsourced QoE study. The test conditions considered different page load times, poster image qualities, and displayed advertisements on the web page, which are typical context factors when consuming a video streaming service. The results of the study show that the modification of the context factors on the streaming web page leaves the users’ QoE rating unperturbed, which suggests that the investigated context factors have a negligible impact on video streaming QoE, or that the rating task of the subjective QoE study superimposed the context factors.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT136462,
  author="Michael {Seufert} and Ondřej {Zach} and Martin {Slanina} and Phuoc {Tran-Gia}",
  title="Unpertrubed Video Streaming QoE Under Web Page Related Context Factors",
  annote="Quality  of  Experience  (QoE)  of  Internet  services is  affected  by  human,  system,  and  context  influence  factors. While  most  QoE  studies  so  far  are  focused  on  system  factors only, this work will assess the impact of context factors of video streaming on QoE. As video streaming is mostly consumed from web pages, such as video portals, the investigated test conditions are  applied  to  the  web  page,  which  embeds  the  video  player. Therefore,  the  study  of  context  factors  is  implicitly  conducted within a crowdsourced QoE study. The test conditions considered different  page  load  times,  poster  image  qualities,  and  displayed advertisements on the web page, which are typical context factors when  consuming  a  video  streaming  service.  The  results  of  the study  show  that  the  modification  of  the  context  factors  on  the streaming  web  page  leaves  the  users’  QoE  rating  unperturbed, which   suggests   that   the   investigated   context   factors   have   a negligible impact on video streaming QoE, or that the rating task of  the  subjective  QoE  study  superimposed  the  context  factors.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of 9th International conference QoMEX 2017",
  chapter="136462",
  doi="10.1109/QoMEX.2016.7498939",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2017",
  month="may",
  pages="1--6",
  type="conference paper"
}