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    • Affective computing using speech and eye gaze: a review and bimodal system proposal for continuous affect prediction. 

      O'Dwyer, Jonny; Murray, Niall; Flynn, Ronan (2018)
      Speech has been a widely used modality in the field of affective computing. Recently however, there has been a growing interest in the use of multi-modal affective computing systems. These multi-modal systems incorporate ...
    • Age and gender influences on perceived olfactory and visual media synchronization. 

      Murray, Niall; Qiao, Yuansong; Karunakar, A. K.; Lee, Brian; Muntean, Gabriel-Miro (IEEE, 2013)
      Lately, significant efforts have being put into proposing various solutions for increasing multimedia viewers’ perceived quality levels. One innovative avenue is to enhance users’ quality of experience (QoE) by extending ...
    • Application of Immersive technologies for education: state of the art. 

      Kovács, Péter Tamás; Murray, Niall; Rozinaj, Gregor; Sulema, Yevgeniya; Rybárová, Renata (IEEE, 2015)
      Existing multimedia systems used in education mostly address only two senses by using two communication channels (visual and audio) of the five human senses (sight, hearing, taste, smell, and touch), limiting the potential ...
    • CS-Man: computation service management for IoT in-network processing. 

      Wang, Qian; Lee, Brian; Murray, Niall; Qiao, Yuansong (2016)
      The Internet of Things (IoT) expects to link billions of devices to the Internet, which will produce massive amounts of data. Current approaches move the IoT data out of the network for processing. It results in long delays ...
    • An evaluation of a 3D multimodal marker-less motion analysis system. 

      Rodrigues, Thiago Braga; Rodrigues, Thiago Braga; Ó Catháin, Ciáran; Devine, Declan M.; Moran, Kieran; O'Connor, Noel E.; Murray, Niall (ACM, 2019-06)
      Motion analysis is a technique used by clinicians (among many others) that quantifies human movement by using camera-based systems. Marker-based motion analysis systems have been used across a variety of application ...
    • An evaluation of heart rate and electrodermal activity as an objective QoE evaluation method for immersive virtual reality environments. 

      Egan, Darragh; Brennan, Sean; Barrett, John; Qiao, Yuansong; Timmerer, Christian; Murray, Niall (IEEE, 2016)
      Recently, we have seen an emergence of affordable Head Mounted Displays (HMD) such as the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and the PS4 Project Morpheus which allow users to experience 3D virtual reality (VR). These types of hardware ...
    • Fall detection system by machine learning framework for public health. 

      Rodrigues, Thiago Braga; Salgado, Débora Pereira; Cordeiro, Mauricio C.; Osterwald, Katja M.; Filho, Teodiano F. B.; de Lucena Jr., Vicente M.; Naves, Eduardo Lázaro Martins; Murray, Niall (Elsevier, 2018-11)
      The elderly population is growing every year in Brazil. Consequently, health risks in elderly is a concern for public health system. During the aging process, the mobility is affected, and falls are more frequent causing ...
    • Host based intrusion detection system with combined CNN/RNN model. 

      Chawla, Ashima; Lee, Brian; Fallon, Sheila; Jacob, Paul (Springer International Publishing, 2018)
      Cyber security has become one of the most challenging as- pects of modern world digital technology and it has become imperative to minimize and possibly avoid the impact of cybercrimes. Host based intrusion detection ...
    • The impact of scent type on olfaction-enhanced multimedia quality of experience. 

      Murray, Niall; Lee, Brian; Qiao, Yuansong; Muntean, Gabriel-Miro (IEEE, 2017-09)
      In the quest to increase user perceived Quality of Experience (QoE), the classic audio-visual content paradigm can be extended to include media components that stimulate other human senses. Among these, olfaction-enhanced ...
    • The influence of human factors on olfaction based multimedia quality of experience. 

      Murray, Niall; Lee, Brian; Qiao, Yuansong; Muntean, Gabriel-Miro (IEEE, 2016)
      With the aim to enrich users’ perceived multimedia experience, the authors present the results of an empirical study which looked at user perception of olfaction based mulsemedia. The goal is to evaluate the influence ...
    • MR-Edge: a MapReduce-based Protocol for IoT Edge Computing with resource constraints. 

      Wang, Qian; Lee, Brian; Murray, Niall; Qiao, Yuansong (IEEE Xplore, 2019)
      Edge computing is proposed to remedy the Cloud-only processing architecture for Internet of Things (IoT) because of the massive amounts of IoT data. The challenge is how to deploy and execute data processing tasks ...
    • Multiple-scent enhanced multimedia synchronization. 

      Murray, Niall; Lee, Brian; Qiao, Yuansong; Muntean, Gabriel-Miro (ACM, 2104-09)
      This study looked at users' perception of inter-stream synchronization between audiovisual media and two olfactory streams. The ability to detect skews, and the perception and impact of skews on user quality of experience ...
    • Olfaction-enhanced multimedia: a survey application domains, displays and research challenges. 

      Murray, Niall; Lee, Brian; Qiao, Yuansong; Muntean, Gabriel-Miro (ACM, 2016-05)
      Recently, the concept of olfaction-enhanced multimedia applications has gained traction as a step towards further enhancing user quality of experience. The next generation of rich media services will be immersive and ...
    • PIoT: Programmable IoT using Information Centric Networking. 

      Ye, Yuhang; Qiao, Yuansong; Lee, Brian; Murray, Niall (IEEE, 2016)
      The Internet of Things (IoT) places significant demands on network infrastructure in order to process data captured by ubiquitous sensor devices. One existing technique to support this sensor data processing involves ...
    • PTP: path-specified transport protocol for concurrent multipath transmission in named data networks. 

      Yuhang, Ye; Lee, Brian; Murray, Niall; Fang, Guiming; Cao, Jianwen (Elsevier, 2018-10)
      Named Data Networking (NDN) is a promising Future Internet architecture to support content distribution. Its inherent addressless routing paradigm brings valuable characteristics to improve the transmission robustness and ...
    • Subjective evaluation of an olfaction enhanced immersive virtual reality environment. 

      Egan, Darragh; Keighery, Conor; Barrett, John; Qiao, Yuansong; Timmerer, Christian; Murray, Niall (ACM, 2017-10)
      Recent1 research efforts have reported findings on user Quality of Experience (QoE) of immersive virtual reality (VR) experiences. Truly immersive multimedia experiences also include multisensory components such as ...
    • Subjective evaluation of olfactory and visual media synchronization. 

      Murray, Niall; Qiao, Yuansong; Karunakar, A.K.; Lee, Brian; Muntean, Gabriel-Miro (ACM, 2013)
      As a step towards enhancing users' perceived multimedia quality levels beyond the level offered by the classic audiovisual systems, the authors present the results of an experimental study which looked at user's perception ...
    • User-profile-based olfactory and visual media synchronization. 

      Murray, Niall; Lee, Brian; Qiao, Yuansong; Muntean, Gabriel-Miro (ACM, 201-01)
      As a step towards enhancing users’ perceived multimedia quality levels, the authors present the results of a study which looked at user’s perception of inter-stream synchronization between scent and video. The ability to ...