QUANTIFYING EDGE-BLENDED DISPLAY QUALITY : CORRELATION WITH OBSERVER JUDGMENTS

@inproceedings{Lloyd2002QUANTIFYINGED,
  title={QUANTIFYING EDGE-BLENDED DISPLAY QUALITY : CORRELATION WITH OBSERVER JUDGMENTS},
  author={Charles J. Lloyd},
  year={2002}
}
This paper reports the results of a side-by-side evaluation of nine candidate metrics for quantifying edge blend quality in multi channel display systems. The metrics tested include eight variations of contemporary luminance difference and slope-based metrics and a new approach based on a just-noticeabledifference area (JNDA) analysis. The performance of each candidate metric was evaluated by applying each metric to a set of 135 edge blended images which had been degraded using blend zone… CONTINUE READING

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