Perceptually motivated spatial and temporal integration of pixel based video quality measures

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Publication Details

Author(s): Barkowsky M, Eskofier B, Bitto R, Bialkowski J, Kaup A
Publication year: 2007
ISBN: 9781595937605
Language: English


Abstract


In the evaluation of video quality often a full reference approach is used, thus calculating some measure of difference between the reference frames and the distorted frames. Often this measure returns one value per pixel, in the simplest case the squared difference. Conventionally, this pixel based measure is averaged over space and time. This paper introduces a psychophysically derived algorithm for this step. It uses the distribution of the cells in the fovea and the assumption that in a subjective test the part with the highest distortion is most important. Additionally, a temporal integration step is proposed which models the recency and forgiveness effect. Different video quality measures are enhanced with these two steps and their performance is evaluated using the results of a subjective test. Copyright 2007 ACM.


How to cite

APA:
Barkowsky, M., Eskofier, B., Bitto, R., Bialkowski, J., & Kaup, A. (2007). Perceptually motivated spatial and temporal integration of pixel based video quality measures. In Proceedings of the Mobile Content Quality of Experience, MobConQoE '07. Vancouver, BC, CA.

MLA:
Barkowsky, Marcus, et al. "Perceptually motivated spatial and temporal integration of pixel based video quality measures." Proceedings of the Mobile Content Quality of Experience, MobConQoE '07, Vancouver, BC 2007.

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