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	att_abstract={{This paper presents results from an experimental survey of user experience  for data applications in future cellular wireless networks.  Using a  network emulator, we tested a variety of network scenarios with different  channel sharing schemes (dedicated and shared bandwidth), computing models  (local processing with remote files and thin-client server based  computing), applications (Web browsing, Word, PowerPoint), and devices  (laptops and Palm devices).  Subjective quality ratings (1 to 5) from 100+  users were collected to generate an average quality score for the user  experience in each scenario.  We quantify the degradation of user  experience with lower bit rates and a larger number of users sharing the  channel.  We also find that users have a marked preference between local  and thin-client computing based on bandwidth conditions and applications. Publisher: IEEE Pub/Conf: SAINT'01 }},
	att_authors={0306930, bk2351, ns2438, ph1434},
	att_categories={C_NSS.7, C_IIS.9, C_NSS.18},
	att_copyright={{IEEE}},
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	att_techdoc_key={TD:4N9NMZ},
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	author={Zhimei Jiang and Byoung-jo Kim and N Shankaranarayanan and Paul Henry and Hilary Mason},
	institution={{SAINT'01}},
	month={January},
	title={{Experimental study of user experience for data applications in future cellular wireless networks}},
	year=2000,
}