[visionlist] Final Call for Contributions on Subjective Light Field Quality Assessment
Stuart.Perry at uts.edu.au
Thu Feb 9 18:37:09 -04 2023
We would like to draw your attention to the "Final Call for Contributions on Subjective Light Field Quality Assessment”, issued by ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29/WG 1 (JPEG), as part of its new standardization effort known as JPEG Pleno Quality Assessment.
The Call for Contributions and the relevant associated documents can be obtained from https://plenodb.jpeg.org/lf/qa<https://plenodb.jpeg.org/lf/qa>
The scope of this call for contributions is to collect new methodologies and best practices with regard to light field subjective quality assessment methods to assess artifacts induced by coding algorithms. All contributions will be considered to develop the standard by consensus among the JPEG experts following a collaborative process approach from the very beginning.
The deadline for submission of contributions is 1 April 2023.
For further details on scope, submission route, or any other issues, please get in touch with the chairs of the AhG on JPEG Pleno Light Field
Carla Pagliari (carla at ime.eb.br<mailto:carla at ime.eb.br>)
Saeed Mahmoudpour (Saeed.Mahmoudpour at vub.be<mailto:Saeed.Mahmoudpour at vub.be>)
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