Content Aware Audiovisual Quality Assessment

2015-05-19
Konuk, Baris
Zerman, Emin
Akar, Gözde
NUR YILMAZ, GÖKÇE
In this study, a novel, content aware audiovisual quality assessment (AVQA) method using a spatio-temporal characteristics based video classification method has been proposed and evaluated on AVQA database created by University of Plymouth. The proposed AVQA method is evaluated using subjective audio mean opinion score (MOS) and subjective video MOS. Results indicate that both classification method and the proposed content dependent AVQA method are quite satisfactory

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Citation Formats
B. Konuk, E. Zerman, G. Akar, and G. NUR YILMAZ, “Content Aware Audiovisual Quality Assessment,” 2015, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/53575.