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Validation of a novel approach to subjective quality evaluation of conventional and 3D broadcasted video services

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5 Author(s)
Gutierrez, J. ; Grupo de Tratamiento de Imagenes, Univ. Politacnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain ; Pérez, P. ; Jaureguizar, F. ; Cabrera, J.
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Transmission errors are the main cause of degradation of the quality of real broadcasted video services. Therefore, knowing their impact on the quality of experience of the end users is a crucial issue. For instance, it would help to improve the performance of the distribution systems, and to develop monitoring tools to automatically estimate the quality perceived by the viewers. In this paper we validate a subjective evaluation approach specifically designed to obtain meaningful results of the effects of degradations caused by transmission errors. This methodology has been already used in our previous works with monoscopic and stereoscopic videos. The validation is done by comparing the subjective ratings obtained for typical transmission impairments with the proposed methodology and with the standard method Absolute Category Rating. The results show that the proposed approach could provide more representative evaluations of the quality of experience perceived by end users of conventional and 3D broadcasted video services.

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Quality of Multimedia Experience (QoMEX), 2012 Fourth International Workshop on

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5-7 July 2012