June 2014 | NTIA Technical Memo TM-14-505
Margaret H. Pinson; Lucjan Janowski
This report provides full technical details for the video quality subjective test AGH/NTIA. Analyses of this dataset appear in separate publications. The purpose of this document is to provide design details that are beyond the scope of a conference paper or journal article. Subjective experiment AGH/NTIA includes multiple instances of the same stimuli rated three or six times by the same subject. The goal is to provide insights into the suitability of subject screening methods, the impact of source video reuse on subjective data, and the behavior of subjects when repeatedly rating the same stimuli.
Videos and ratings can be found on CDVL (www.cdvl.org) by doing a keyword search for "AGH/NTIA".
Keywords: video quality; subjective testing; subject screening
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Margaret H. Pinson
Institute for Telecommunication Sciences
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