QoE


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QoE

(Quality Of Experience) A subjective measure of performance in a system. QoE relies on human opinion and differs from quality of service (QoS), which can be precisely measured. For example, a person's reaction to listening to music through headphones is based not only on the frequency response of the system and the speakers, but the comfort of the unit and the individual's hearing sensitivity. See MOS and QoS.
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