Emilie Bosc

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—3DTV technology has brought out new challenges such as the question of synthesized view evaluation. Synthesized views are generated through a depth image-based rendering (DIBR) process. This process induces new types of artifacts whose impact on visual quality has to be identified considering various contexts of use. While visual quality assessment has(More)
This paper addresses the problem of evaluating virtual view synthesized images in the multi-view video context. As a matter of fact, view synthesis brings new types of distortion. The question refers to the ability of the traditional used objective metrics to assess synthesized views quality, considering the new types of artifacts. The experiments conducted(More)
In this paper, the analysis of a subjective quality experiment consisting in assessing the quality of free-viewpoint video sequences generated from decompressed depth data is presented. In the absence of a dedicated subjective assessment protocol for the evaluation of such 3D systems, a subjective quality assessment methodology is proposed for the context(More)
This paper questions the existence of factors influencing the quality of the synthesized views, in the context of multi-view video plus depth coding (MVC). The issue of bit-rate allocation between texture and depth data in MVC is still open, despite the many efforts already raised for the development of optimization techniques. The originality of this study(More)
Multi-view video plus depth (MVD) data is a set of multiple sequences capturing the same scene at different viewpoints, with their associated per-pixel depth value. Overcoming this large amount of data requires an effective coding framework. Yet, a simple but essential question refers to the means assessing the proposed coding methods. While the challenge(More)
A study of depth/texture bit-rate allocation in multi-view video plus depth compression. annals of HAL is a multidisciplinary open access archive for the deposit and dissemination of scientific research documents, whether they are published or not. The documents may come from teaching and research institutions in France or abroad, or from public or private(More)