Institute for Telecommunication Sciences
the research laboratory of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration

Coleen T. Jones; Ned Crow; Stephen Wolf; Arthur A. Webster

Abstract: Presents detailed intra-laboratory (within laboratory) and inter-laboratory (between laboratories) analysis of variance (ANOVA) results for the T1A1 subjective video experiment that contained 625 mean opinion scores (25 test scenes passed through 25 different video transmission systems that ranged in bit rate from 64 kb/sec to 45 Mb/sec). The ANOVA results for the subjective test data were obtained by applying the techniques in ANSI contribution T1A1.5/94-128. A correlation analysis is given of the objective parameters presented in ANSI contributions T1A1.5/93-153, T1A1.5/93-152 (corrections given in T1A1.5/94-110), and T1A1.5/94-102. In addition to the detailed ANOVA results, plots are presented which compare the subjective data from the different laboratories.

Keywords: digital; performance; Video; quality; objective; subjective; correlation; compression; conferencing; ANOVA; results; systems


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