Explicit and Implicit Measures in Video Quality Assessment

  title={Explicit and Implicit Measures in Video Quality Assessment},
  author={Maria Laura Mele and D. Millar and Christiaan Erik Rijnders},
  • Maria Laura Mele, D. Millar, Christiaan Erik Rijnders
  • Published in VISIGRAPP 2019
  • Computer Science
  • This work investigates the relation between subjective Video Quality Assessment (VQA) metrics and psychophysiological measures of human interaction assessment such as gaze tracking, electroencephalography and facial expression recognition. Subjective quality assessment is based on deliberate judgement attributions of perceived quality and processes that human perceivers are not consciously aware of. Traditional VQA methods ask participants to deliberately assign a quality score to videos in… CONTINUE READING
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