telemeeting


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telemeeting

[′tel·ə‚mēd·iŋ]
(communications)
A meeting between people remote from one another, but linked by audio and video telecommunications facilities that provide primarily one-way communication from a few people at one location to large numbers of people at other locations, and use temporary equipment or circuits.
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Berndtsson, "Multimedia Conferencing and Telemeetings," in Quality of Experience: Advanced Concepts, Applications, and Methods.
Kulyk, "Subjective quality assessment of video conferences and telemeetings," in Packet Video Workshop (PV), 2012 19th International, May 2012, pp.
We define the second variable, communicative presence, as the transferability of reciprocal (verbal and nonverbal) communicative signals of interlocutors in a telemeeting (Bocker and Muhlbach, 1993; Muhlbach, Bocker, and Prussog, 1993).
The underlying assumption of this research was that even though today's ISDN and broadband technologies allow acceptable videoconferencing for many purposes, they are not adequate for some applications, such as telemeetings dealing with difficult negotiations, delicate topics, and informal or complex communication (Bocker and Anderson, 1993).