1 June 2011 Video quality measurement for multimedia applications using reduced-reference signals
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Optical Engineering, 50(6), 067403 (2011). doi:10.1117/1.3589298
As more multimedia services have become increasingly available over networks where bandwidth is not always guaranteed, quality monitoring has become an important issue. For instance, quality of experience and quality monitoring have become important problems in internet protocol television applications, since transmission errors may introduce all kinds of additional video quality degradations. In this paper, we present a reduced-reference objective model for video quality measurements in multimedia applications. The proposed method first measures edge degradations that are critical for perceptual video quality and then considers transmission error effects. We compared the proposed method with some existing methods. Independent verifications confirmed that the proposed method showed good performance and consequently it was included in an International Telecommunication Union recommendation. The proposed method can be used to monitor video quality at receivers while requiring minimum usage of additional bandwidth.
Chulhee Lee, Sangwook Lee, Jonghwa Lee, Kwon Lee, Hyunsoo Choi, Guiwon Seo, Jonggeun Park, "Video quality measurement for multimedia applications using reduced-reference signals," Optical Engineering 50(6), 067403 (1 June 2011). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3589298


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