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Simulation and Performance Evaluation of a Distributed Haptic Virtual Environment Supported by the CyberMed Framework

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3 Author(s)
Paiva, P.V.F. ; LabTEVE, Fed. Univ. of Paraiba (UFPB), Joao Pessoa, Brazil ; Machado, L.S. ; de Oliveira, J.C.

Performance evaluation on Distributed Haptic Virtual Environments (DHVEs) became important to understand the new Internet requirements for supporting multisensorial and real-time collaborative applications. This paper presents the results of simulation and performance analysis of the CyberMed framework. The main goal of this experiment is to evaluate the real conditions of CyberMed when executed over a non-dedicated hybrid network, like the Internet, comparing its results with other similar works found in the literature.

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Virtual Reality (SVR), 2011 XIII Symposium on

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23-26 May 2011