Developing A Grading System For Digital Video Quality (2009)

By Dave Higgins, Chuck Wester, Comcast Media Center

This paper describes an “End to End” measurement and analysis philosophy for transport of digital video signals from a centralized distribution point to the consumer. A key component of the effort has been to develop specific and repeatable metrics that describe both the integrity of the signal delivery, as well as its relative subjective quality

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