Volume 12, Number 1, September 2016 - DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21700/ijcis.2016.273

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Computing and Information Sciences is a peer reviewed journal that is committed to timely publication of original research, surveying and tutorial contributions on the analysis and development of computing and information science. The journal is designed mainly to serve researchers and developers, dealing with information and computing. Papers that can provide both theoretical analysis, along with carefully designed computational experiments, are particularly welcome. The journal is published 2-3 times per year with distribution to librarians, universities, research centers, researchers in computing, mathematics, and information science. The journal maintains strict refereeing procedures through its editorial policies in order to publish papers of only the highest quality. The refereeing is done by anonymous Reviewers. Often, reviews take four months to six months to obtain, occasionally longer, and it takes an additional several months for the publication process.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21700/ijcis.2016.113

Quality of Protection and Quality of Experience in Multimedia Communications

Nada Adam1
Niemah Osman1
Is-Haka Mkwawa*,2 email: Is-Haka.Mkwawa@plymouth.ac.uk

1The College of Computer Science and Information Technology, Sudan University of Science and Technology, Khartoum, Sudan

2The School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics, Plymouth University, United Kingsom

*Corresponding author

Received: 30 July 2016
Revised: 10 August 2016
Accepted: 25 September 2016
Published: 29 September 2016

Abstract: Nowadays, many multimedia communication applications are available in mobile and are fast becoming an essential part of people's lives. Multimedia applications provide services like video call, GPS navigation, mobile learning and teleconferencing. There are several factors that can impact the overall user's perception of these services, for example; service accessibility, service availability, ease of use of the service, session quality, service reliability and the level of security. Quality of protection has become a newly security concept that sets security levels for any service depending on security requirements and customers play a major role in defining these requirements. In this article, we review the quality of protection and quality of experience focusing on multimedia communication in terms of requirements and challenges. The article is concluded by discussions and recommendations on how to co-exist a set of multiple security levels without sacrificing acceptable quality of experience for end users.

Keywords: Quality of Experience; Quality of Protection; Multimedia Communication; Security.


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