Vision model based digital video impairment metrics

Yu, Z and Wu, H 2006, 'Vision model based digital video impairment metrics' in H. Wu and K. Rao (eds.) (ed.) Digital Video Image Quality and Perceptual Coding, CRC Press, Boca Raton, USA, pp. 243-279.


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Title Vision model based digital video impairment metrics
Author(s) Yu, Z
Wu, H
Year 2006
Title of book Digital Video Image Quality and Perceptual Coding
Publisher CRC Press
Place of publication Boca Raton, USA
Editor(s) H. Wu and K. Rao (eds.)
Start page 243
End page 279
Subjects Signal Processing
Summary A proliferation of applications of digital image and video compression technology has been witnessed in the past two decades, from digital camera, digital television, video conferencing, to mobile multimedia, to name a few. Whilst digital image and video compression explores statistical and psychological redundancies in raw image and video, in a need to achieve high compression ratios, such compression is usually lossy, which will inevitably lead to noticeable coding artifacts in decoded image and video at medium to low bit rates. Coding artifacts have been well classified in literature [YW98], among which blocking, ringing and blurring artifacts and temporal fluctuations and granular noise are typical artifacts.
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Keyword(s) Impairment Metrics
Vision Model
Video Quality
ISBN 0824727770
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