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Work in Distributed Interactive Applications at NUI Maynooth
Marshall, Damien; McLoone, Seamus; Ward, Tomas E.; Delaney, Declan
Distributed Interactive Applications, such as networked games, are one of the most important and popular computer applications available today. However, their successful deployment is hampered by the limitations of the underlying network connecting participants, particularly the deleterious effects of lag and jitter. The Distributed Interactive Applications Group at NUI Maynooth has undertaken substantive research on overcoming these limitations for more faithful shared interactivity in such applications. In this poster, a brief overview of the contribution of the group is given with particular emphasis given over to results in psycho-perceptual analysis, compression parameters, behavioral modeling for entity state prediction and network modeling
Keyword(s): Electronic Engineering; Distributed Interactive Applications;
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Type: Conference item
Peer-Reviewed: Yes
Institution: Maynooth University
Citation(s): Marshall, Damien and McLoone, Seamus and Ward, Tomas E. and Delaney, Declan (2006) Work in Distributed Interactive Applications at NUI Maynooth. In: Sixth Annual Information Technology and Telecommunications Conference, Institute of Technology Carlow, Ireland.
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