Objective Quality Assessment and Optimization for High Dynamic Range Image Tone Mapping

@inproceedings{Ma2014ObjectiveQA,
  title={Objective Quality Assessment and Optimization for High Dynamic Range Image Tone Mapping},
  author={Kede Ma},
  year={2014}
}
Tone mapping operators aim to compress high dynamic range (HDR) images to low dynamic range ones so as to visualize HDR images on standard displays. Most existing works were demonstrated on specific examples without being thoroughly tested on wellestablished and subject-validated image quality assessment models. A recent tone mapped image quality index (TMQI) made the first attempt on objective quality assessment of tone mapped images. TMQI consists of two fundamental building blocks… CONTINUE READING

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