Perceptual analysis of video impairments that combine blocky, blurry, noisy, and ringing synthetic artifacts

@inproceedings{Farias2005PerceptualAO,
  title={Perceptual analysis of video impairments that combine blocky, blurry, noisy, and ringing synthetic artifacts},
  author={Myl{\`e}ne C. Q. Farias and John M. Foley and Sanjit K. Mitra},
  booktitle={Human Vision and Electronic Imaging},
  year={2005}
}
In this paper we present the results of a psychophysical experiment which measured the overall annoyance and artifact strengths of videos with different combinations of blocky, blurry, noisy, and ringing synthetic artifacts inserted in limited spatio-temporal regions. The test subjects were divided into two groups, which performed different tasks – ‘Annoyance Judgment’ and ‘Strength Judgment’. The ‘Annoyance’ group was instructed to search each video for impairments and make an overall judgment… CONTINUE READING

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