• Computer Science, Engineering
  • Published in Electronic Imaging 1997
  • DOI:10.1117/12.274541

Image quality assessment with a Gabor pyramid model of the human visual system

@inproceedings{Taylor1997ImageQA,
  title={Image quality assessment with a Gabor pyramid model of the human visual system},
  author={Christopher C. Taylor and Zygmunt Pizlo and Jan P. Allebach and Charles A. Bouman},
  booktitle={Electronic Imaging},
  year={1997}
}
Reliable image quality assessments are necessary for evaluating digital imaging methods (halftoning techniques) and products (printers, displays). Typically the quality of the imaging method or product is evaluated by comparing the fidelity of an image before and after processing by the imaging method or product. It is well established that simple approaches like mean squared error do not provide meaningful measures of image fidelity. A number of image fidelity metrics have been developed whose… CONTINUE READING

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