PERIMETER: A Quality of Experience Framework

Eileen Dillon, Gemma Power, Manuel Ortiz Ramos, María A. Callejo Rodríguez, José Rodríguez Argente2, Markus Fiedler, Dario S. Tonesi

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    Although Quality of Experience (QoE) is perceived as a subjective measure of a user’s experience, it is the only measure that actually counts to a user of a service. For the success of the Future Internet, it is essential to identify, quantify and ultimately improve the perception of QoE for a user, in a given situation. PERIMETER pushes the boundaries to improve a user’s experience by identifying a more user-centric network selection based on QoE preferences, high level rules and policies. With the fundamental focus on the user’s preferences, PERIMETER will support generic QoE definition, QoE signalling, and QoE based content adaptation. This paper provides an insight into PERIMETER’s QoE model and management system which are responsible for the definition, gathering, description and management of QoE-related parameters, indicators and enablers. This paper will demonstrate how PERIMETER will proceed beyond the state of the art in the QoE thematic research area and contribute to research of the Future Internet.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2009
    EventInternational Workshop on the Future Internet of Things and Services - Berlin, Germany, Berlin, Germany
    Duration: 01 Jan 2009 → …


    ConferenceInternational Workshop on the Future Internet of Things and Services
    CityBerlin, Germany
    Period01/01/2009 → …
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