EXPERImonitor v2.2 now available on GitHub

 

EXPERImonitor is a framework that allows developers to explore the relationship between QoS and QoE in complex networked multimedia systems. The tool is specifically designed to support the observation of systems where user-centricity, mobility, ad hoc participation and real-time access … Continued

EXPERImonitor is a framework that allows developers to explore the relationship between QoS and QoE in complex networked multimedia systems. The tool is specifically designed to support the observation of systems where user-centricity, mobility, ad hoc participation and real-time access to information are critical to success.

EXPERImonitor uses a hybrid data model that combines formal low level metric reporting with semantic provenance information. The hybrid approach provides the ability to collect large quantities of measurement data (e.g. service response times, network latency, user satisfaction, etc) whilst allowing for exploration of causation between observations within such data (e.g. user satisfaction in relation to service response time).

The ability to efficiently traverse experiment content between QoS and QoE is an essential capability for evaluation of complex socio-technical systems. Data exploration can provide indications of factors that influence each other and is used to segment data for further investigation and analysis. With ever growing big data sets generated by Internet systems, EXPERImonitor can significantly reduce the time from observation to insight.

The source code for EXPERImonitor v2.2, developed by IT Innovation in the EXPERIMEDIA project can now be found on GitHub with the documentation on ReadTheDocs.  The source code is licensed under LGPL v2.1.