3 February 2014 Breaking down the problem of blind video quality evaluation
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Although a variety of successful no-reference (blind) picture quality analyzers have been proposed, progress on the blind video quality analysis problem has been slow. We break down the problem of perceptual blind video quality assessment (VQA) into components, which we address individually, before proposing a holistic solution. The idea is to tackle the challenges that comprise the blind VQA problem individually in order to gain a better understanding of it. Publisher’s Note: The first printing of this volume was completed prior to the SPIE Digital Library publication and this paper has since been replaced with a corrected/revised version.
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Michele A. Saad, Michele A. Saad, Alan C. Bovik, Alan C. Bovik, } "Breaking down the problem of blind video quality evaluation", Proc. SPIE 9016, Image Quality and System Performance XI, 90160N (3 February 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2035500; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2035500
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