August 22, 2002

Perceptual Video Quality Metrics Papers

At Ketan's suggestion, I've started collecting papers and information about perceptual video quality metrics. These papers will give us a starting point for figuring out how to associate network statistics like delay and jitter with perceived video quality.

He pointed me at Steve Smoot's dissertation. I also found the Video Quality Research site of the System Performance Standards Group, part of the Institute for Telecommunication Sciences. They have a bunch of papers there dealing with the objective measurement of audio and video.

I also found a couple of papers about measuring perceived visual quality based on the Sarnoff Just-Noticeable Difference (JND) vision model. This model looks interesting because it does a better job of calculating perceived differences than a simple difference map or signal-to-noise calculations.

Now I'm going to use CiteSeer to find more papers related to those I mentioned above. I've got about ten right now that seem relevant at first glance, and CiteSeer will probably give me several more.

Posted by josuah at August 22, 2002 7:10 PM UTC+00:00

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