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A study of real-time packet video quality using random neural networks

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A study of real-time packet video quality using random neural networks
An important and unsolved problem today is the automatic quantification of the quality of video flows transmitted over packet networks. In particular, the ability to perform this task in real time (typically for streams sent themselves in real time) is specially interesting. The problem is still unsolved because there are many parameters affecting video quality and their combined effect is not well identified and understood. Among these parameters, we have the source bit rate, the encoded frame type, the frame rate at the source, the packet loss rate in the network, etc. Only subjective evaluations give good results but, by definition, they are not automatic. We previously explored the possibility of using Artificial Neural Networks to automatically quantify the quality of video flows and we showed that they can give results well correlated with human perception. In this paper, our goal is twofold: First, we report on a significant enhancement of our method by means of a new neural ap...
Samir Mohamed, Gerardo Rubino
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Type Journal
Year 2002
Where TCSV
Authors Samir Mohamed, Gerardo Rubino
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