Mathieu Nancel and Géry Casiez receive the Google Research Award

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Mathieu Nancel et Géry Casiez
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The Loki's* researchers Mathieu Nancel (Inria) and Géry Casiez (Lille's University) just received a Google Research Award . The recipient's project of a Google Research Award receives financing and the advantage of access to Google tools, technologies, and expertise.


Real-time Latency Measure and Compensation in Interactive Systems

"End-to-end latency in interactive systems is detrimental to performance and usability, and comes from a combination of hardware and software delays. These delays are steadily addressed by hardware and software improvements, but at a decelerating pace. In parallel, short-term input prediction has shown promising results in recent years, in both research and industry, as an addition to these efforts. 

However current prediction techniques assume a constant end-to-end latency and can only compensate small amounts of latency before starting to introduce negative side-effects. In addition, measuring end-to-end latency in real time without using hardware probes remains an open question. This project addresses these questions to contribute theoretical and empirical results together with practical tools."

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