Objective quality assessment of color images based on a generic perceptual reduced reference

@article{Carnec2008ObjectiveQA,
  title={Objective quality assessment of color images based on a generic perceptual reduced reference},
  author={Mathieu Carnec and Patrick Le Callet and Dominique Barba},
  journal={Sig. Proc.: Image Comm.},
  year={2008},
  volume={23},
  pages={239-256}
}
When an image is supposed to have been transformed by a process like image enhancement or lossy image compression for storing or transmission, it is often necessary to measure the quality of the distorted image. This can be achieved using an image processing method called “quality criterion”. Such a process must produce objective quality scores in close relationship with subjective quality scores given by human observers during subjective quality assessment tests. In this paper, an image… CONTINUE READING
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