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Video distribution over error-prone Internet Protocol (IP) networks results in visual impairments on the received video streams. Objective impairment detection algorithms are crucial for maintaining a high Quality of Experience (QoE) as provided with IPTV distribution. There is a lot of research invested in H.264/AVC impairment detection models and questions rise if these turn obsolete with a transition to the successor of H.264/AVC, called High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC). In this paper, first we show that impairments on HEVC compressed sequences are more visible compaired to H.264/AVC encoded sequences. We also show that an impairment detection model designed for H.264/AVC could be reused on HEVC, but that caution is advised. A more accurate model taking into account content classification needed slight modification to remain applicable for HEVC compression video content.
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Quality of Experience (QoE), Objective video quality, High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC)

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Van Wallendael, Glenn, Nicolas Staelens, Lucjan Janowski, Jan De Cock, Piet Demeester, and Rik Van de Walle. 2012. “No-reference Bitstream-based Impairment Detection for High Efficiency Video Coding.” In 2012 Fourth International Workshop on Quality of Multilmedia Experience (QoMEX), 7–12. New York, NY, USA: IEEE.
APA
Van Wallendael, G., Staelens, N., Janowski, L., De Cock, J., Demeester, P., & Van de Walle, R. (2012). No-reference bitstream-based impairment detection for high efficiency video coding. 2012 Fourth international workshop on Quality of Multilmedia Experience (QoMEX) (pp. 7–12). Presented at the 4th International workshop on Quality of Multilmedia Experience (QoMex 2012), New York, NY, USA: IEEE.
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Van Wallendael G, Staelens N, Janowski L, De Cock J, Demeester P, Van de Walle R. No-reference bitstream-based impairment detection for high efficiency video coding. 2012 Fourth international workshop on Quality of Multilmedia Experience (QoMEX). New York, NY, USA: IEEE; 2012. p. 7–12.
MLA
Van Wallendael, Glenn, Nicolas Staelens, Lucjan Janowski, et al. “No-reference Bitstream-based Impairment Detection for High Efficiency Video Coding.” 2012 Fourth International Workshop on Quality of Multilmedia Experience (QoMEX). New York, NY, USA: IEEE, 2012. 7–12. Print.
@inproceedings{2972948,
  abstract     = {Video distribution over error-prone Internet Protocol (IP) networks results in visual impairments on the received video streams. Objective impairment detection algorithms are crucial for maintaining a high Quality of Experience (QoE) as provided with IPTV distribution. There is a lot of research invested in H.264/AVC impairment detection models and questions rise if these turn obsolete with a transition to the successor of H.264/AVC, called High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC). In this paper, first we show that impairments on HEVC compressed sequences are more visible compaired to H.264/AVC encoded sequences. We also show that an impairment detection model designed for H.264/AVC could be reused on HEVC, but that caution is advised. A more accurate model taking into account content classification needed slight modification to remain applicable for HEVC compression video content.},
  author       = {Van Wallendael, Glenn and Staelens, Nicolas and Janowski, Lucjan and De Cock, Jan and Demeester, Piet and Van de Walle, Rik},
  booktitle    = {2012 Fourth international workshop on Quality of Multilmedia Experience (QoMEX)},
  isbn         = {9781467307253},
  issn         = {2372-7179},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Yara Valley, Australia},
  pages        = {7--12},
  publisher    = {IEEE},
  title        = {No-reference bitstream-based impairment detection for high efficiency video coding},
  year         = {2012},
}

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