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Premium 33.1: Invited Paper : Image Quality is FUN: Reflections on Fidelity, Usefulness and Naturalness
Author(s)
Ridder Huib,
Endrikhovski Serguei
Publication year2002
Publication title
sid symposium digest of technical papers
Resource typeJournals
PublisherBlackwell Publishing Ltd
Abstract Differences in perceived naturalness and image quality have led to an information‐processing approach towards understanding image quality, thus challenging the traditional, signal‐processing approach. This paper presents a general image quality model integrating both approaches. The model assumes the existence of three constraints, i.e. fidelity, usefulness and naturalness. Image quality is modeled as the weighted sum of these constraints whereby the weighting depends on task, context, image content etc. Model predictions will be confronted with experimental data on optimizing color reproductions of natural scenes.
Subject(s)archaeology , artificial intelligence , computer science , computer vision , context (archaeology) , epistemology , fidelity , geography , image (mathematics) , image processing , image quality , medicine , naturalness , philosophy , physics , quality (philosophy) , quantum mechanics , radiology , telecommunications , weighting
Language(s)English
SCImago Journal Rank0.351
H-Index44
eISSN2168-0159
pISSN0097-966X
DOI10.1889/1.1830949

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