Poster (part 2)

Special Session: Machine learning and statistical methods for multimedia QoE measurement and enhancement (Organizers: Tiago H. Falk, Zhi Li, and Lucjan Janowski):

  1. Semantic Labeling of Quality Impairments in Speech Spectrograms with Deep Convolutional Networks – Gabriel Mittag; Sebastian Möller

Special Session: On Behalf of the User – Towards Advanced and Applicable QoE Modeling in Networked Settings (Organizers: Markus Fiedler and Jörgen Gustafsson):

  1. To Share or Not to Share? How Exploitation of Context Data Can Improve In-Network QoE Monitoring of Encrypted YouTube Streams – Irena Orsolic; Lea Skorin-Kapov; Tobias Hoßfeld
  2. On Network Performance Indicators for Network Promoter Score Estimation – Selim Ickin; Jawwad Ahmed; Andreas Johnsson; Jörgen Gustafsson
  3. In-Network YouTube Performance Estimation in Light of End User Playback-Related Interactions – Ivan Bartolec; Irena Orsolic; Lea Skorin-Kapov

Special Session: Quality and User Experience in Virtual and Augmented Reality (Organizers: Konrad Tollmar, Stefan Uhrig, and Tanja Kojic):

  1. Exploring aspects of obedience in VR-mediated communication – Vlasios Kasapakis; Damianos Gavalas; Elena Dzardanova; Stella Sylaiou
  2. View Position Impact on QoE in an Immersive Telepresence System for Remote Operation – Elijs Dima; Kjell Brunnström; Mattias Andersson; Mårten Sjöström; Joakim Edlund; Mathias Johanson; Tahir Qureshi
  3. MIRO360: A Tool for Subjective Assessment of 360 Degree Video for ITU-T P.360-VR – Pablo Pérez; Javier Escobar
  4. Towards Quality-of-Experience Models for Watching 360° Videos in Head-Mounted Virtual Reality – Shun-Huai Yao; Ching-Ling Fan; Cheng-Hsin Hsu
  5. A personalized Virtual Reality Experience for Relaxation Therapy – Joris Heyse; Thomas De Jonge; Maria Torres Vega; Femke De Backere; Filip De Turck

Special Session: Quality of Text and Language (Organizers: Aljoscha Burchardt, Vivien Macketanz, and Sven Schmeier):

  1. Aspects of Linguistic Complexity: A German – Norwegian Approach to the Creation of Resources for Easy-To-Understand Language – Melanie Siegel; Dorothee Beermann Hellan; Lars Hellan

Regular papers:

  1. Adapting the Quality of Experience Framework for Audio Archive Evaluation – Alessandro Ragano; Emmanouil Benetos; Andrew Hines
  2. The ALOS Dataset for Advert Localization in Outdoor Scenes – Soumyabrata Dev; Murhaf Hossari; Matthew Nicholson; Killian McCabe; Atul Nautiyal; Clare Conran; Jian Tang; Wei Xu; Francois Pitie
  3. Visual Security Assessment of Selective Video Encryption – Sid Ahmed Fezza; Wassim Hamidouche; Reda Abdellah Kamraoui; Olivier Deforges
  4. Errare Mobile Est: Studying the Influence of Mobile Context and Stress on Typing Errors in the Field – Svenja Schröder; Albert Rafetseder; Peter Reichl
  5. TheFragebogen: A Web browser-based Questionnaire Framework for Scientific Research – Dennis Guse; Henrique Orefice; Gabriel Reimers; Oliver Hohlfeld
  6. A dataset of hologram reconstructions at different distances and viewpoints for quality evaluation – Roberto Corda; Cristian Perra