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000149961 245__ $$aSubjective evaluation of scalable video coding for content distribution
000149961 269__ $$a2010
000149961 260__ $$c2010
000149961 336__ $$aConference Papers
000149961 520__ $$aThis paper investigates the influence of the combination of the scalability parameters in scalable video coding (SVC) schemes on the subjective visual quality. We aim at providing guidelines for an adaptation strategy of SVC that can select the optimal scalability options for resource-constrained networks. Extensive subjective tests are conducted by using two different scalable video codecs and high definition contents. The results are analyzed with respect to five dimensions, namely, codec, content, spatial resolution, temporal resolution, and frame quality.
000149961 6531_ $$ascalable video coding
000149961 6531_ $$aquality of experience
000149961 6531_ $$abit-rate adaptation
000149961 6531_ $$asubjective test
000149961 700__ $$0242654$$aLee, Jong-Seok$$g184440
000149961 700__ $$0242657$$aDe Simone, Francesca$$g179081
000149961 700__ $$aRamzan, Naeem
000149961 700__ $$aZhao, Zhijie
000149961 700__ $$aKurutepe, Engin
000149961 700__ $$aSikora, Thomas
000149961 700__ $$aOstermann, Joern
000149961 700__ $$aIzquierdo, Ebroul
000149961 700__ $$0240223$$aEbrahimi, Touradj$$g105043
000149961 7112_ $$aACM International Conference on Multimedia$$cFirenze, Italy$$dOctober 25-29, 2010
000149961 773__ $$q65-72$$tProceedings of the ACM International Conference on Multimedia
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