Modeling and Evaluation of Multimodal Perceptual Quality

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 1997

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The increasing performance requirements of multimedia modalities, carrying speech, audio, video, image, and graphics emphasize the need for assessment methods of the total quality of a multimedia system and methods for simultaneous analysis of the system components. It is important to take into account still more perceptual characteristics of the human auditory, visual, tactile systems, as well as combinations of these systems, it is also highly desirable to acquire methods for analysing the main perceptual parameters, which constitute the input for the total quality assessment. A framework is suggested for assessing the quality of modalities and their combinations
Original languageEnglish
JournalI E E E - Signal Processing Magazine
Publication date1997
Volume14
Journal number4
Pages38-39
ISSN1053-5888
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