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Assessing the Impact of Game Type, Display Size and Network Delay on Mobile Gaming QoE
Citation key beyer2014c
Author Beyer, Justus and Möller, Sebastian
Pages 287–295
Year 2014
ISSN 0930-5157
DOI 10.1515/pik-2014-0030
Journal PIK - Praxis der Informationsverarbeitung und Kommunikation
Volume 37
Number 4
Month oct
How Published full
Abstract In this paper, we investigate factors influencing the Quality of Experience (QoE) of mobile gaming. More precisely, we assess the impact of the type of game, the display size, and network delay on different perceptual dimensions of gaming QoE. Results show that display size has a considerable impact on both overall quality as well as four out of seven player experience dimensions. For delay, the impact is more heterogeneous than screen size, as it depends on how network latency impacts game rules and visual rendering. Conclusions are drawn with respect to the question how experiments addressing gaming QoE should be set up to obtain generalizable and reliable results.
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