Real-life examination of multimedia transmission in communication-intensive mHealth applications

OData support
Supervisor:
Dr. Bokor László
Department of Networked Systems and Services

Mobile healthcare (mHealth) applications, that are more and more popular

nowadays, take advantage of the possibilities supported by mobile wireless

telecommunication networks to achieve increase in the field of everyday medical practice,

support for the health-related private efforts and help in particular use cases. Such

solutions can be found e.g. when assessing the health status of athletes and supporting the

healthy lifestyle.

A large number of mHealth applications transfer, display and use mobile

multimedia content. The characteristic of the mobile and wireless communication is the

ever-changing transmission environment that could cause directly or indirectly quality

degradation that can be characterized by objective and subjective methods. The

methodology that describes the assessment of the Quality of Experience (QoE) must

consider that the quality of the content is eligible for the diagnostic application. My thesis

presents a QoE assessment technique, methodology and results of medical multimedia

data in several mobility scenarios.

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