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Real-time Video Quality Assessment for Analog Television Based on Adaptive Fuzzy Membership Function Tuning

The biggest challenge to VQA is, VQA must be able to assess the video clarity level according to the user's visual perception. [...]in this study, the MOS-VQS (Mean Opinion Score-Video Quality Subjective) was used as a visual perception approach. [...]discussion is about algorithm for VQA, Assessmen... Full description

Journal Title: TELKOMNIKA Jun 2018, Vol.16(3), pp.1071-1082
Main Author: Miawarni, Herti
Other Authors: Hidayat, M , Sumpeno, Surya , Setijadi, Eko
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description: The biggest challenge to VQA is, VQA must be able to assess the video clarity level according to the user's visual perception. [...]in this study, the MOS-VQS (Mean Opinion Score-Video Quality Subjective) was used as a visual perception approach. [...]discussion is about algorithm for VQA, Assessment of the video clarity level is one form of the decision-making process. Each user certainly has a different perception in assessing the video clarity level. [...]this study proposed an access control for users. When referring to trial result on chapter 4.1, the Rd parameter range when the video clarity level in the bad clarity conditions is the widest between 1,657 and 11,590. [...]the degree of obscurity in the fuzzy membership function also needs special attention.
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