1 June 2011 Objectification of perceptual image quality for mobile video
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This paper presents an objective video quality evaluation method for quantifying the subjective quality of digital mobile video. The proposed method aims to objectify the subjective quality by extracting edgeness and blockiness parameters. To evaluate the performance of the proposed algorithms, we carried out subjective video quality tests with the double-stimulus continuous quality scale method and obtained differential mean opinion score values for 120 mobile video clips. We then compared the performance of the proposed methods with that of existing methods in terms of the differential mean opinion score with 120 mobile video clips. Experimental results showed that the proposed methods were approximately 10% better than the edge peak signal-to-noise ratio of the J.247 method in terms of the Pearson correlation.
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Seon-oh Lee, Seon-oh Lee, Dong-Gyu Sim, Dong-Gyu Sim, } "Objectification of perceptual image quality for mobile video," Optical Engineering 50(6), 067404 (1 June 2011). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3592516 . Submission:
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