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Motion Tuned Spatio-Temporal Quality Assessment of Natural Videos

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Motion Tuned Spatio-Temporal Quality Assessment of Natural Videos
—There has recently been a great deal of interest in the development of algorithms that objectively measure the integrity of video signals. Since video signals are being delivered to human end users in an increasingly wide array of applications and products, it is important that automatic methods of video quality assessment (VQA) be available that can assist in controlling the quality of video being delivered to this critical audience. Naturally, the quality of motion representation in videos plays an important role in the perception of video quality, yet existing VQA algorithms make little direct use of motion information, thus limiting their effectiveness. We seek to ameliorate this by developing a general, spatio-spectrally localized multiscale framework for evaluating dynamic video fidelity that integrates both spatial and temporal (and spatio-temporal) aspects of distortion assessment. Video quality is evaluated not only in space and time, but also in space-time, by evaluating ...
Kalpana Seshadrinathan, Alan C. Bovik
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where TIP
Authors Kalpana Seshadrinathan, Alan C. Bovik
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