ANSI T1A1 Contribution T1A1.5/92-136, July 13, 1992.

The Effect of Multiple Scenes on Objective Video Quality Assessment

Stephen Voran

Abstract: Presents objective to subjective correlation results when the scores from multiple video test scenes are averaged. It is shown that the prediction errors of the objective video quality model are reduced, yielding objective measurement results that more closely approximate the subjective viewing assessments.

Keywords: system; digital; video; quality; metrics; objective; subjective; correlation; compression; scene; averaging; composite; score

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