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2013 12th Annual Workshop on Network and Systems Support for Games (NetGames)
Cloud Gaming renders interactive gaming applications remotely in the cloud and streams the scenes back to the local console over the Internet. Virtualization plays a key role in modern cloud computing platforms, allowing multiple users and applications to share a physical machine while maintaining isolation and performance guarantees. Yet the Graphical Processing Unit (GPU), which advanced game engines heavily rely upon, is known to be difficult to virtualize. Recent advances have enableddoi:10.1109/netgames.2013.6820614 fatcat:mrtikuddrfdnfiiahuxlui7hca