Dian Tjondronegoro

Southern Cross UniversityAustralia

Dr. Dian Tjondronegoro is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Science and Technology, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. He leads Mobile Innovation Lab, which aims to lead innovations using emerging mobile technologies and multimedia computing, focusing on research and development, training, and consulting work. The Lab has strong industry and government supports, and it is currently hosting two postdoctoral research fellows, 12 PhD students, several research assistants and mobile programmers. Dr. Tjondronegoro’s research interests span from video analysis, text mining, mobile video delivery, HCI, to mobile applications, particularly for lifelogging, health, and smart transport. He has published more than 60 fully refereed articles in top journals and conferences, including JASIST, IEEE MM, ACM MM, and ICONIP, which have been cited 120+ times. He regularly serves in international conferences\' technical program committee, such as MMSP, MoMM and have been regularly reviewing papers for prestigious journals, such as ACM TOIS, PATREC and IEEE TCSVT. He was chair of International Workshops in Mobile Multimedia Information Retrieval from 2007-2009. Dr. Tjondronegoro has supervised four higher degree research students to completion, and has many awards from more than seven years teaching experience in the area of mobile, multimedia, HCI, and Web. He holds a Bachelor of IT with first class honours in Information Systems from Queensland University of Technology, and a PhD in computer science (multimedia) from Deakin University, in 2002 and 2005 respectively.

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As multimedia-enabled mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets are becoming the day-to-day computing device of choice for users of all ages, everyone expects that all mobile multimedia applications and services should be as smooth and as high-quality as the desktop experience. The grand challenge in delivering multimedia to mobile devices using the Internet is to ensure the quality of experience that meets the users' expectations, within reasonable costs, while supporting heterogeneous platforms and wireless network conditions. This book aims to provide a holistic overview of the current and future technologies used for delivering high-quality mobile multimedia applications, while focusing on user experience as the key requirement. The book opens with a section dealing with the challenges in mobile video delivery as one of the most bandwidth-intensive media that requires smooth streaming and a user-centric strategy to ensure quality of experience. The second section addresses this challenge by introducing some important concepts for future mobile multimedia coding and the network technologies to deliver quality services. The last section combines the user and technology perspectives by demonstrating how user experience can be measured using case studies on urban community interfaces and Internet telephones.

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