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The Effect of Peripheral Contrast Sensitivity Functions on the Performance of the Foveated Wavelet Image Quality Index
  DOI :  10.2352/lim.2022.1.1.03  Published OnlineJuly 2022
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The Contrast Sensitivity Function (CSF) is an integral part of objective foveated image/video quality assessment metrics. In this paper, we investigate the effect of a new eccentricity-dependent CSF model on the performance of the foveated wavelet image quality index (FWQI). Our results do not show a considerable change in FWQI performance when it is evaluated against the LIVE-FBT-FCVR 2D dataset. We argue that the resolution of the head-mounted display used in the subjective experiment limits our ability to reveal the anticipated effect of the new CSF on FWQI performance.

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Aliakabar Bozorgian, Marius Pedersen, Jean Baptiste D. Thomas, "The Effect of Peripheral Contrast Sensitivity Functions on the Performance of the Foveated Wavelet Image Quality Indexin London Imaging Meeting,  2022,  pp 6 - 10,  https://doi.org/10.2352/lim.2022.1.1.03

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