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|Title:||Fairness Assessment in Networked Games with Olfactory and Haptic Senses|
Psannis, Kostas E.
|Subjects:||FRASCATI::Engineering and technology|
|Source:||International Journal of Communications, Network and System Sciences|
|Abstract:||In this paper, we carry out QoE (Quality of Experience) assessment of fairness between players in a networked balloon bursting game with olfactory and haptic senses. We also make a comparison of the fairness among different types of networked games with olfactory and haptic senses in the assessment. Then, we clarify the differences owing to usage of olfactory and haptic senses among the games. As a result, we illustrate that the fairness is largely affected by the delay difference, and we also demonstrate that the allowable range depends on the type of games, type of senses which are employed in the games, and the play methods.|
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