Time Compensation in Perceptual Experiments
Image quality plays important role in many image processing applications. To provide a convincing proof that a new method is better than the state-of-the-art, computer graphics projects are often accompanied by user studies, in which a group of observers rank or rate results of several algorithms. Such user studies, known as subjective image quality assessment experiments, are very time consuming. This paper is intended to help design time compensated quality assessment experiment.
KeywordsMean Opinion Score Image Quality Assessment Sorting Algorithm Similarity Judgement Perceptual Experiment
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