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Gromada

In Poland, an archaic political division for a village. Gromadas were largely obsolete by the 19th century, and were briefly revived between the 1950s and 1970s.
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A pesar de las ventajas del servicio de VoD, existen un conjunto de problemas que dificultan la interaccion del usuario, como son: el crecimiento de los catalogos de contenidos y los limitados metodos de entrada (control remoto) lo que incrementa el tiempo empleado por un usuario al navegar por estos catalogos, ademas se tiene la fluctuacion del ancho de banda en el momento de reproducir el contenido multimedia y las diferentes caracteristicas de los dispositivos que acceden al servicio (colores, codecs, resolucion) (Dabrowski, Gromada, & Moustafa, 2012) (Song, Moustafa, & Afifi, 2011) (Turrin & Cremonesis, 2010).
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