A no-reference objective image quality metric based on perceptually weighted local noise

@article{Zhu2014ANO,
  title={A no-reference objective image quality metric based on perceptually weighted local noise},
  author={Tong Zhu and Lina J. Karam},
  journal={EURASIP J. Image and Video Processing},
  year={2014},
  volume={2014},
  pages={5}
}
This work proposes a perceptual based no-reference objective image quality metric by integrating perceptually weighted local noise into a probability summation model. Unlike existing objective metrics, the proposed no-reference metric is able to predict the relative amount of noise perceived in images with different content, without a reference. Results are reported on both the LIVE and TID2008 databases. The proposed no-reference metric achieves consistently a good performance across noise… CONTINUE READING
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