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A Novel Metric for H.264/AVC No-Reference Quality Assessment

Originální název

A Novel Metric for H.264/AVC No-Reference Quality Assessment

Anglický název

A Novel Metric for H.264/AVC No-Reference Quality Assessment

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The article desribes a metric for MPEG-4 AVC / H.264 compressed video quality evaluation, which is being developed by our group. The metric operates on the encoded bitstream only. It uses the data directly present in the bitstream (or just entropy coded). No pixel decoding should be necessary, which will result in low computational complexity, and cosequently the possibility to analyze several bitstreams simultaneously. In this article, we describe one part of the system which has already been implemented - the feature extractor. A simple analysis is done to demonstrate the variability of the selected parameters used for evaluation.

Anglický abstrakt

The article desribes a metric for MPEG-4 AVC / H.264 compressed video quality evaluation, which is being developed by our group. The metric operates on the encoded bitstream only. It uses the data directly present in the bitstream (or just entropy coded). No pixel decoding should be necessary, which will result in low computational complexity, and cosequently the possibility to analyze several bitstreams simultaneously. In this article, we describe one part of the system which has already been implemented - the feature extractor. A simple analysis is done to demonstrate the variability of the selected parameters used for evaluation.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT21811,
  author="Martin {Slanina} and Václav {Říčný}",
  title="A Novel Metric for H.264/AVC No-Reference Quality Assessment",
  annote="The article desribes a metric for MPEG-4 AVC
/ H.264 compressed video quality evaluation, which is being developed by our group. The metric operates on the encoded bitstream only. It uses the data directly present in the bitstream (or just entropy coded). No pixel decoding should be
necessary, which will result in low computational complexity, and cosequently the possibility to analyze several bitstreams simultaneously. In this article, we describe one part of the system which has already been implemented - the feature extractor. A simple analysis is done to demonstrate the variability of the selected parameters used for evaluation.",
  address="University of Maribor",
  booktitle="Conference proceedings",
  chapter="21811",
  institution="University of Maribor",
  year="2007",
  month="june",
  pages="119",
  publisher="University of Maribor",
  type="conference paper"
}