1 March 2009 Subjective video quality comparison using various displays
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Optical Engineering, 48(3), 037002 (2009). doi:10.1117/1.3089699
Objective video quality measurement has become an important issue, as multimedia services are now widely available over the Internet and other wireless communication media. Traditionally, professional CRT monitors have been used to measure subjective video quality. However, the majority of users have LCD, plasma display panel (PDP), or consumer-graded CRT monitors. We compared the subjective video quality of various TV and LCD PC monitors. Subjective tests were performed with a wide range of video sequences using different monitors, and their correlations were analyzed. Although there were high correlations among the various display monitors, care should be taken in selecting a monitor for certain applications.
Hyunsoo Choi, Taeuk Jeong, Chulhee Lee, "Subjective video quality comparison using various displays," Optical Engineering 48(3), 037002 (1 March 2009). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3089699


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