Special Issue "Advances in Perceptual Image Quality Metrics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 August 2021.
Interests: creating perceptual image quality metrics; model the human visual system
Advances are rapidly taking place in the imaging industry, with new products introduced to the market. To evaluate and benchmark image quality, objective omage quality metrics have become very popular. This Special Issue aims to present new research on perceptual image quality metrics including but not limited to full-reference metrics, no-reference metrics, reduced-reference metrics, new databases for the evaluation of image quality metrics, pooling techniques, and perceptual models for use in image quality metrics.
Prof. Dr. Marius Pedersen
Prof. Dr. Aladine Chetouani
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- image quality metrics
- quality assessment
- quality databases