“Evaluating Image Quality Metrics vs. Human Evaluation” by McNamara, Chalmers and Troscianko

  • ©Ann McNamara, Alan Chalmers, and Tom Troscianko

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    Evaluating Image Quality Metrics vs. Human Evaluation

Session/Category Title:   Visualization and Image Technology


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    Based on psychophysical experi ments, this sketch estimates how close a rendered image is to its original counterpart. Results from these experiments are used to compare and evaluate numerical comparison techniques.

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    1. www.cs.kuleuven.ac.be/cwis/research/graphics/RENDERPARK/DOC/
    2. Larson Ward, G . (1998). Rendering with RADIANCE: The art and science of lighting simulation. San Francisco: Morgan Kauffmann.
    3. McNamara, A., Chalmers, A., Troscianko, T., & Reinhard, E. (1998). Fidelity of graphics reconstructions: A psychophysical investigation. In Proc. of the 9th Eurographics Rendering Workshop, 237-246.


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