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Remote imaging photoplethysmography (RIPPG) is able to access human vital signs without physical contact. However most of the conventional RIPPG approaches are susceptive to motions of subjects or camera. Overcoming motion artifacts presents one of the most challenging problems. Focusing on the motion artifacts problem, the effects of motion artifacts on(More)
The quality of the synthesized views by Depth Image Based Rendering (DIBR) highly depends on the accuracy of the depth map, especially the alignment of object boundaries of texture image. In practice, the misalignment of sharp depth map edges is the major cause of the annoying artifacts at the disoccluded regions of the synthesized views. Conventional(More)
Quality of synthesized view by Depth-Image-Based Rendering (DIBR) highly depends on hole filling, especially for synthesized view where large disocclusion exists. Thus, many hole filling methods are proposed to improve the synthesized view quality. Inpainting is the most popular approach to recover the disocclusion regions. However, the conventional(More)
The state-of-the-art general-purpose no-reference image or video quality assessment (NR-I/VQA) algorithms usually rely on elaborated hand-crafted features which capture the Natural Scene Statistics (NSS) properties. However, designing these features is usually not an easy problem. In this paper, we describe a novel general-purpose NR-IQA framework which is(More)
The quality of the synthesized views by Depth Image Based Rendering (DIBR) highly depends on the accuracy of the depth map, especially the alignment of object boundaries of texture image. In practice, the misalignment of sharp depth map edges is the major cause of the annoying artifacts at the disoccluded regions of the synthesized views. In this paper, a(More)