IEEE Transactions on Multimedia (Early Access), 21 July 2021doi: 10.1109/TMM.2021.3098450
Pablo Perez; Lucjan Janowski; Narciso Garcia; Margaret H. Pinson
Abstract: Recent studies have shown that it is possible to characterize subject bias and variance in subjective assessment tests. Apparent differences among subjects can, for the most part, be explained by random factors. Building on that theory, we propose a subjective test design where three to four team members each rate the stimuli multiple times. The results are comparable to a high performing objective metric. This provides a quick and simple way to analyze new technologies and perform pre-tests for subjective assessment.
Keywords: subjective quality evaluation; video quality; experiment design; video quality assessment
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Margaret H. Pinson
Institute for Telecommunication Sciences
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