Telecooperation - a quality of service perspective

Communication, coordination and cooperation are basic needs in the information society and we have witnessed significant advances in technology in recent years to provide access to information sources and computation power, and to build channels and media for cooperation and collaboration in a time and space independent way.
This is encapsulated in the concept of “telecooperation” to refer to the fusion of computer science, telecommunication and multimedia.
Recent research at the department of telecooperation has focused on the development and evaluation of applications and services that enable us to bridge the gap in time and space in our working and living environments.

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Contact for further Information: Gabriele Kotsis