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Masking the Effects of Delays in Human-to-Human Remote Interaction
(Chapter; Bokkapittel, 2014)
Humans can interact remotely with each other through computers. Systems supporting this include teleconferencing, games and virtual environments. There are delays from when a human does an action until it is reflected remotely. When delays are too large, they will result in inconsistencies in what the state of the interaction is as seen by each participant. The delays can be reduced, but they cannot ...