Niall Murray
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An evaluation of Heart Rate and ElectroDermal Activity as an objective QoE evaluation method for immersive virtual reality environments
D Egan, S Brennan, J Barrett, Y Qiao, C Timmerer, N Murray
2016 Eighth International Conference on Quality of Multimedia Experience …, 2016
1032016
Subjective evaluation of olfactory and visual media synchronization
N Murray, Y Qiao, B Lee, AK Karunakar, GM Muntean
Proceedings of the 4th ACM Multimedia Systems Conference, 162-171, 2013
542013
A QoE evaluation of immersive augmented and virtual reality speech & language assessment applications
C Keighrey, R Flynn, S Murray, N Murray
2017 Ninth International Conference on Quality of Multimedia Experience …, 2017
532017
Olfaction-enhanced multimedia: A survey of application domains, displays, and research challenges
N Murray, B Lee, Y Qiao, GM Muntean
ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR) 48 (4), 1-34, 2016
522016
Application of immersive technologies for education: State of the art
PT Kovács, N Murray, G Rozinaj, Y Sulema, R Rybárová
2015 International Conference on Interactive Mobile Communication …, 2015
452015
Multiple-scent enhanced multimedia synchronization
N Murray, B Lee, Y Qiao, GM Muntean
ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications, and Applications …, 2014
432014
Age and gender influence on perceived olfactory & visual media synchronization
N Murray, Y Qiao, B Lee, GM Muntean, AK Karunakar
2013 IEEE international conference on multimedia and expo (ICME), 1-6, 2013
322013
User-profile-based perceived olfactory and visual media synchronization
N Murray, Y Qiao, B Lee, GM Muntean
ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications, and Applications …, 2014
312014
A Tutorial for Olfaction-based Multisensorial Media Application Design and Evaluation
N MURRAY, O ADEMOYE, G GHINEA, GM MUNTEAN
ACM Computer Surveys 50 (5), 67, 2017
292017
Sensory experience: Quality of experience beyond audio-visual
C Timmerer, M Waltl, B Rainer, N Murray
Quality of Experience, 351-365, 2014
272014
The Impact of Scent Type on Olfaction-Enhanced Multimedia Quality of Experience
N Murray, B Lee, Y Qiao, G Miro-Muntean
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: Systems, 1 - 13, 2016
262016
Audio masking effect on inter-component skews in olfaction-enhanced multimedia presentations
OA Ademoye, N Murray, GM Muntean, G Ghinea
ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications, and Applications …, 2016
252016
A QoE assessment method based on EDA, heart rate and EEG of a virtual reality assistive technology system
DP Salgado, FR Martins, TB Rodrigues, C Keighrey, R Flynn, ELM Naves, ...
Proceedings of the 9th ACM Multimedia Systems Conference, 517-520, 2018
232018
Adaptive Video Streaming over Information-Centric Networking (ICN).
C Westphal, S Lederer, D Posch, C Timmerer, A Azgin, ...
RFC 7933, 1-40, 2016
232016
The influence of human factors on olfaction based mulsemedia quality of experience
N Murray, B Lee, Y Qiao, G Miro-Muntean
2016 Eighth International Conference on Quality of Multimedia Experience …, 2016
212016
Windowed immersive environment for virtual reality simulators
G Vascotto, M Withers, R McKillican, N Murray
US Patent App. 10/986,324, 2006
182006
CS-Man: Computation service management for IoT in-network processing
Q Wang, B Lee, N Murray, Y Qiao
2016 27th Irish Signals and Systems Conference (ISSC), 1-6, 2016
152016
Modeling user quality of experience of olfaction-enhanced multimedia
N Murray, GM Muntean, Y Qiao, S Brennan, B Lee
IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting 64 (2), 539-551, 2018
142018
Comparing User QoE via Physiological and Interaction Measurements of Immersive AR and VR Speech and Language Therapy Applications
C Keighrey, R Flynn, S Murray, S Brennan, N Murray
Thematic Workshops '17 Proceedings of the on Thematic Workshops of ACM …, 2017
132017
PIoT: Programmable IoT using information centric networking
Y Ye, Y Qiao, B Lee, N Murray
NOMS 2016-2016 IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium, 825-829, 2016
112016
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