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Table 3 Characteristic summary of NR-B and hybrid metrics

From: No-reference image and video quality assessment: a classification and review of recent approaches

Method Reference Processing Resolution Test dataa Performanceb
Bitstream-based Saad et al.[106] Multiple 768 × 512 LIVE image SC = 0.8
  Saad et al.[107] Multiple 768 × 512 LIVE image SC = 0.93, PC = 0.93
  Yamada et al.[144] H.264/AVC 1,440 × 1,080 - PC = 0.85
  Rossholm et al.[153] H.264/AVC QCIF 288 test videos PC (PEVQ) = 0.95
  Shahid et al.[154] H.264/AVC QCIF 288 test videos PC (PEVQ) = 0.98
  Shahid et al.[155] H.264/AVC QCIF, CIF 120 test videos PC = 0.98
  Keimel et al.[156] H.264/AVC HD - PC = 0.93
  Lee[157] H.264/AVC QCIF 13 SRCs PC = 0.9
  Ries et al.[158] H.264/AVC QCIF, SIF, CIF - PC = 0.80
  Yang et al.[162] MPEG-4 QCIF - PC = 0.93, SC = 0.93
  Eden[165] H.264/AVC HD 5 SRCs PC (PSNR) = 0.99
  Brandão et al.[166] JPEG 768 × 512 LIVE image PC = 0.97, SC = 0.97
  Brandão et al.[168] H.264 - 50 test videos PC = 0.93, SC = 0.95
  Zhang et al.[172] JPEG2000 768 × 512 LIVE image PC = 0.9
  Ichigaya et al.[191] MPEG-2 SD, HD 26 test videos PC (PSNR) = 0.95
Hybrid of NR-P and NR-B Farias et al.[181] H.264/AVC CIF 5 SRCs Regression (PSNR) = 0.79
  Shanableh[182] MPEG-2 CIF - PC = 0.93
  Shanableh[183] MPEG-2 CIF - NRMSE = 0.046
  Davis et al.[184] H.264/AVC - 18 test videos PC = 0.91
  Yamada et al.[186] H.264/AVC SD - PC = 0.95
  Sugimoto et al.[189] H.264/AVC HD 14 SRCs PC = 0.91
  1. aThe used test database; bperformance denotes the correlation with subjective assessment, unless stated otherwise. SRC, source sequence; NRMSE, normalized root mean square error; PC, Pearson’s correlation coefficient; SC, Spearman’s rank order correlation coefficient.