Calculation of average coding efficiency based on subjective quality scores

@article{Hanhart2014CalculationOA,
  title={Calculation of average coding efficiency based on subjective quality scores},
  author={Philippe Hanhart and Touradj Ebrahimi},
  journal={J. Visual Communication and Image Representation},
  year={2014},
  volume={25},
  pages={555-564}
}
The Bjontegaard model is widely used to calculate the coding efficiency between different codecs. However, this model might not be an accurate predictor of the true coding efficiency as it relies on PSNR measurements. Therefore, in this paper, we propose a model to calculate the average coding efficiency based on subjective quality scores, i.e., mean opinion scores (MOS). We call this approach Subjective Comparison of ENcoders based on fItted Curves (SCENIC). To consider the intrinsic nature of… CONTINUE READING

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