Feb. 12, 2024, 5:41 a.m. | Qipeng Wang Shiqi Jiang Zhenpeng Chen Xu Cao Yuanchun Li Aoyu Li Ying Zhang Yun Ma Tin

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Deep Learning (DL) is increasingly being integrated into Web applications through a method known as "in-browser inference", where the DL processes occur directly within Web browsers. However, the actual performance of this method and its effect on user experience quality (QoE) is not well-understood. This gap in knowledge necessitates new forms of QoE measurement, going beyond traditional metrics such as page load time. To address this, we conducted the first extensive performance evaluation of in-browser inference. We introduced new metrics …

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