Modelling saliency awareness for objective video quality assessment

  title={Modelling saliency awareness for objective video quality assessment},
  author={Ulrich Engelke and Marcus Barkowsky and Patrick le Callet and Hans-Jx00FCrgen Zepernick},
  journal={2010 Second International Workshop on Quality of Multimedia Experience (QoMEX)},
Existing video quality metrics do usually not take into consideration that spatial regions in video frames are of varying saliency and thus, differently attract the viewer's attention. This paper proposes a model of saliency awareness to complement existing video quality metrics, with the aim to improve the agreement of objectively predicted quality with subjectively rated quality. For this purpose, we conducted a subjective experiment in which human observers rated the annoyance of videos with… CONTINUE READING
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