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We introduce a new metric, the visible signal-to-noise ratio (vSNR), to analyze how pixel-binning and resizing methods influence noise visibility in uniform areas of an image. The vSNR is the inverse of the standard deviation of the S-CIELAB representation of a uniform field; its units are 1/ΔE. The vSNR metric can be used in simulations to predict how… (More)

We introduce a new metric, the visible signal-to-noise ratio (vSNR), to analyze how pixel-binning and resizing methods influence noise visibility in uniform areas of an image. The vSNR is the inverse of the standard deviation of the S-CIELAB representation of a uniform field; its units are 1/ΔE. The vSNR metric can be used in simulations to predict how… (More)

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