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High definition H.264/AVC subjective video database for evaluating the influence of slice losses on quality perception

Nicolas Staelens (UGent) , Glenn Van Wallendael (UGent) , Rik Van de Walle (UGent) , Filip De Turck (UGent) and Piet Demeester (UGent)
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Prior to the construction or validation of objective video quality metrics, ground-truth data must be collected by means of a subjective video database. This database consists of (impaired) video sequences and corresponding subjective quality ratings. However, creating this subjective database is a timeconsuming and expensive task. There is an ongoing effort towards publishing such subjective video databases into the public domain. This facilitates the development of new objective quality metrics. In this paper, we present a new subjective video database consisting of impaired High Definition H. 264/AVC encoded video sequences and associated quality ratings gathered from a subjective experiment. This database can be used freely to determine impairment visibility or estimate overall quality of a video in the case of lost slices due to network impairments.
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Quality of Service, IBCN, Quality of Experience, Objective video quality metric, Subjective video quality, Video quality assessment

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Staelens, Nicolas et al. “High Definition H.264/AVC Subjective Video Database for Evaluating the Influence of Slice Losses on Quality Perception.” 2013 FIFTH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON QUALITY OF MULTIMEDIA EXPERIENCE (QOMEX). IEEE, 2013. 130–135. Print.
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Staelens, N., Van Wallendael, G., Van de Walle, R., De Turck, F., & Demeester, P. (2013). High definition H.264/AVC subjective video database for evaluating the influence of slice losses on quality perception. 2013 FIFTH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON QUALITY OF MULTIMEDIA EXPERIENCE (QOMEX) (pp. 130–135). Presented at the 5th international workshop on quality of multimedia experience (QoMEX - 2013), IEEE.
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Staelens, Nicolas, Glenn Van Wallendael, Rik Van de Walle, Filip De Turck, and Piet Demeester. 2013. “High Definition H.264/AVC Subjective Video Database for Evaluating the Influence of Slice Losses on Quality Perception.” In 2013 FIFTH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON QUALITY OF MULTIMEDIA EXPERIENCE (QOMEX), 130–135. IEEE.
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Staelens, Nicolas, Glenn Van Wallendael, Rik Van de Walle, Filip De Turck, and Piet Demeester. 2013. “High Definition H.264/AVC Subjective Video Database for Evaluating the Influence of Slice Losses on Quality Perception.” In 2013 FIFTH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON QUALITY OF MULTIMEDIA EXPERIENCE (QOMEX), 130–135. IEEE.
Vancouver
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Staelens N, Van Wallendael G, Van de Walle R, De Turck F, Demeester P. High definition H.264/AVC subjective video database for evaluating the influence of slice losses on quality perception. 2013 FIFTH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON QUALITY OF MULTIMEDIA EXPERIENCE (QOMEX). IEEE; 2013. p. 130–5.
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N. Staelens, G. Van Wallendael, R. Van de Walle, F. De Turck, and P. Demeester, “High definition H.264/AVC subjective video database for evaluating the influence of slice losses on quality perception,” in 2013 FIFTH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON QUALITY OF MULTIMEDIA EXPERIENCE (QOMEX), Klagenfurt am Wörthersee, Austria, 2013, pp. 130–135.
@inproceedings{4190615,
  abstract     = {Prior to the construction or validation of objective video quality metrics, ground-truth data must be collected by means of a subjective video database. This database consists of (impaired) video sequences and corresponding subjective quality ratings. However, creating this subjective database is a timeconsuming and expensive task. There is an ongoing effort towards publishing such subjective video databases into the public domain. This facilitates the development of new objective quality metrics. In this paper, we present a new subjective video database consisting of impaired High Definition H. 264/AVC encoded video sequences and associated quality ratings gathered from a subjective experiment. This database can be used freely to determine impairment visibility or estimate overall quality of a video in the case of lost slices due to network impairments.},
  author       = {Staelens, Nicolas and Van Wallendael, Glenn and Van de Walle, Rik and De Turck, Filip and Demeester, Piet},
  booktitle    = {2013 FIFTH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON QUALITY OF MULTIMEDIA EXPERIENCE (QOMEX)},
  isbn         = {9781479907380},
  keywords     = {Quality of Service,IBCN,Quality of Experience,Objective video quality metric,Subjective video quality,Video quality assessment},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Klagenfurt am Wörthersee, Austria},
  pages        = {130--135},
  publisher    = {IEEE},
  title        = {High definition H.264/AVC subjective video database for evaluating the influence of slice losses on quality perception},
  year         = {2013},
}

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