ANSI T1A1 Contribution T1A1.5/93-105, August 9, 1993.
Coleen T. Jones
Abstract: Discusses a real-time personal computer-based system for characterizing spatial (e.g., blurring) and temporal (e.g., jerky motion) distortions in a compressed digital video system. Comparisons with a high quality non real-time laboratory version of the same image processing algorithms demonstrates that measurement system gain and frequency response must be calibrated to assure repeatability of objective performance parameter results.
Keywords: system; digital; performance; measurement; noise; video; quality; parameters; objective; gain; frequency; spatial; temporal; compression; motion; response; Sobel; real-time; PC-based; image; processing
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