Subjective and Objective MOS Evaluation of User’s Perceived Quality Assessment for IPTV Service: a Study of the Experimental Investigations
AbstractThe digital television providing over the networks, based on the Internet Protocol, gives the exceptional opportunities to the service provider for its broadcasting. However, all Internet Protocol Television broadcasting solutions are directly related with the user’s perception of the service quality. This perception depends on the visible or audible factors, which are observed during the channel change process of Internet Protocol Television. The channel change process of Internet Protocol Television is assessed by its duration. Due to this, it is important to analyze the relation between the channel change process and the user’s perception of the quality of Internet Protocol Television. The experimental investigations for the subjective and objective Mean Opinion Score evaluation of the user’s perceived quality assessment for Internet Protocol Television according to the channel change process are presented.
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