A subjective study to evaluate video quality assessment algorithms

@inproceedings{Seshadrinathan2010ASS,
  title={A subjective study to evaluate video quality assessment algorithms},
  author={Kalpana Seshadrinathan and Rajiv Soundararajan and Alan C. Bovik and Lawrence K. Cormack},
  booktitle={Human Vision and Electronic Imaging},
  year={2010}
}
Automatic methods to evaluate the perceptual quality of a digital video sequence have widespread applications wherever the end-user is a human. Several objective video quality assessment (VQA) algorithms exist, whose performance is typically evaluated using the results of a subjective study performed by the video quality experts group (VQEG) in 2000. There is a great need for a free, publicly available subjective study of video quality that embodies state-of-the-art in video processing… CONTINUE READING
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