Image quality assessment using natural scene statistics

@inproceedings{Sheikh2004ImageQA,
  title={Image quality assessment using natural scene statistics},
  author={Hamid R. Sheikh and Alan C. Bovik and Lawrence K. Cormack},
  year={2004}
}
Measurement of image quality is crucial for designing image processing systems that could potentially degrade visual quality. Such measurements allow developers to optimize designs to deliver maximum quality while minimizing system cost. This dissertation is about automatic algorithms for quality assessment of digital images. Traditionally, researchers have equated image quality with image fidelity, or the closeness of a distorted image to a ‘reference’ image that is assumed to have perfect… CONTINUE READING

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