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000147193 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1117/12.805805
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000147193 245__ $$aSS-SSIM and MS-SSIM for digital cinema applications
000147193 260__ $$bSPIE$$c2009
000147193 269__ $$a2009
000147193 336__ $$aConference Papers
000147193 520__ $$aOne of the key issues for a successful roll out of digital cinema is in the quality it offers. The most practical and least expensive way of measuring quality of multimedia content is through the use of objective metrics. In addition to the widely used objective quality metric peak signal-to-noise ratio (PSNR), recently other metrics such as single scale structural similarity (SS-SSIM) and multi scale structural similarity (MS-SSIM) have been claimed as good alternatives for estimation of perceived quality by human subjects. The goal of this paper is to verify by means of subjective tests the validity of such claims for digital cinema content and environment.
000147193 6531_ $$adigital cinema
000147193 6531_ $$asubjective quality test assessment
000147193 700__ $$aRahayu, Fitri N.
000147193 700__ $$aReiter, Ulrich
000147193 700__ $$0240223$$aEbrahimi, Touradj$$g105043
000147193 700__ $$aPerkis, Andrew
000147193 700__ $$aSvensson, Peter
000147193 700__ $$aRogowitz, Bernice E.
000147193 700__ $$aPappas, Thrasyvoulos N.
000147193 7112_ $$aHuman Vision and Electronic Imaging XIV$$cSan Jose, CA, USA$$dJanuary 19, 2009
000147193 773__ $$j7240$$k1$$tProc. SPIE
000147193 909C0 $$0252077$$pMMSPL
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