An exploratory study towards objective quality evaluation of digital hologram coding tools
Host Publication: SPIE Optics + Photonics 2019, Applications of Digital Image Processing XLII
Authors: R. Corda, A. Gilles, K. Oh, A. Pinheiro, P. Schelkens and C. Perra
Publication Date: Sep. 2019
Number of Pages: 10
Holography is an acquisition and reproduction technique of visual content which allows, theoretically, for the reconstruction of the acquired scene without any difference with its real-world counterpart. The objective quality assessment of digital holograms coding tools is a very challenging problem because the signal properties of holograms are significantly different from those of regular images. Several approaches can be devised for holography compression and objective quality evaluation. The exploratory study presented in this paper aims at assessing a procedure for objective quality evaluation of data compression tools when applied to the hologram plane.