Abstract

Blind Image Quality Assessment (Blind IQA) is usually synonymous with “no-reference” IQA, viz., without a pristine image available for quality comparison. However, other sources of information are used to design IQA models: human opinion scores, mathematical models of distortion, perceptual models; statistical models of distorted images, and statistical models of images that are not distorted.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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