Overall Program list

Wed, 5 June

Session 1: Video Quality (session chair: Luigi Atzori)

  1. International Comparison of Radiologists’ Assessment of the Perceptual Quality of Medical Ultrasound Video – Lucie Lévêque; Hantao Liu; Wei Zhang
  2. Assessing Texture Dimensions and Video Quality in Motion Pictures using Sensory Evaluation Techniques – Dominik Keller; Tamara Seybold; Janto Skowronek; Alexander Raake

Session 2: Methods (session chair: Dietmar Saupe)

  1. Fundamental Advantages of Considering Quality of Experience Distributions over Mean Opinion Scores – Michael Seufert
  2. Impact of Quality Factors on Users’ Viewing Behaviors in Adaptive Bitrate Streaming Services – Shoko Takahashi; Kazuhisa Yamagishi; Pierre Lebreton; Jun Okamoto
  3. Subjective Assessment of Adaptive Media Playout for Video Streaming – Pablo Pérez; Narciso García; Alvaro Villegas
  4. Analysing the Impact of Cross-Content Pairs on Pairwise Comparison Scaling – Emin Zerman; Giuseppe Valenzise; Aljosa Smolic
  5. Perceptual Evaluation of Adversarial Attacks for CNN-based Image Classification – Sid Ahmed Fezza; Yassine Bakhti; Wassim Hamidouche; Olivier Deforges

Session 3: SS: Interactive Applications and Games (session chair: Matthias Hirth)

  1. Towards the Impact of Gamers’ Adaptation to Delay Variation on Gaming Quality of Experience – Saeed Shafiee Sabet; Steven Schmidt; Carsten Griwodz; Sebastian Möller
  2. Influence of UI Complexity and Positioning on User Experience During VR Exergames – Tanja Kojic; Uliana Sirotina; Sebastian Möller; Jan-Niklas Voigt-Antons

Poster 1 incl. coffee (session chairs: Konrad Tolmar and Stefan Uhrig)

  1. Impact of Various Motion Interpolation Algorithms on 360° Video QoE – Stephan Fremerey; Frank Hofmeyer; Steve Göring; Alexander Raake
  2. PC-MSDM: A quality metric for 3D point clouds – Gabriel Meynet; Julie Digne; Guillaume Lavoué
  3. Computing Quality-of-Experience Ranges for Video Quality Estimation – LohicFotio Tiotsop; Enrico Masala; Ahmed Aldahdooh; Glenn Van Wallendael; Marcus Barkowsky
  4. Young children and the use of video chat: implications for QoE research – Katrien De Moor; Hege Krokås Borge; Poul E. Heegaard
  5. Low-Complexity “Smart” Per-Scene Video Encoding – Shahid Satti; Matthias Obermann; Roland Bitto; Christian Schmidmer; Michael Keyhl
  6. Study on the Perception of Sharpness Mismatch in Stereoscopic Video – Simone Croci; Sebastian Knorr; Aljosa Smolic
  7. Assembly Instructions with AR: Towards Measuring Interactive Assistance Experience in an Industry 4.0 Context – Sebastian Egger-Lampl; Cornelia Gerdenitsch; Lisa Deinhard; Raimund Schatz; Philipp Hold
  8. The Impact of Network Latency on Gaming QoE for an FPS VR Game – Sara Vlahovic; Mirko Suznjevic; Lea Skorin-Kapov
  9. Influence of Network Delay in Virtual Reality Multiplayer Exergames: Who is actually delayed? – Tanja Kojic; Steven Schmidt; Sebastian Möller; Jan-Niklas Voigt-Antons
  10. Speed Experience: Assessing the Quality of Vehicle Speed Perception in Virtual Environments – Helmut Schrom-Feiertag; Georg Regal; Johann Schrammel
  11. Network-Induced Temporal Disturbances in Virtual Reality Applications – Markus Fiedler; Hans-Juergen Zepernick; Viktor Kelkkanen
  12. Background Environment Characteristics of Crowd-Workers from German Speaking Countries – Experimental Survey on User Environment Characteristics – Rafael Zequeira Jiménez; Babak Naderi; Sebastian Möller
  13. User Behavior and Engagement of a Mobile Video Streaming User from Crowdsourced Measurements – Christian Moldovan; Florian Wamser; Tobias Hoßfeld
  14. KADID-10k: A Large-scale Artificially Distorted IQA Database – Hanhe Lin; Vlad Hosu; Dietmar Saupe
  15. A Crowdsourcing Approach to Evaluate the Quality of Query-based Extractive Text Summaries – Neslihan Iskender; Aleksandra Gabryszak; Tim Polzehl; Leonhard Hennig; Sebastian Möller
  16. Comparing the Quality of Neural Machine Translation and Professional Post-Editing – Jennifer Vardaro; Moritz Schaeffer; Silvia Hansen-Schirra
  17. Automated Text Readability Assessment for German Language: A Quality of Experience Approach – Babak Naderi; Salar Mohtaj; Karan Karan; Sebastian Möller

Session 4: Immersive Experience (session chair: Alexander Raake)

  1. Tile-based Streaming of 8K Omnidirectional Video: Subjective and Objective QoE Evaluation – Raimund Schatz; Anatoliy Zabrovskiy; Christian Timmerer
  2. An in-depth analysis of single-image subjective quality assessment of light field contents – Irene Viola; Touradj Ebrahimi
  3. Exploiting user interactivity in quality assessment of point cloud imaging – Evangelos Alexiou; Touradj Ebrahimi
  4. Point cloud quality evaluation: A framework for the definition of test conditions – Antonio M. G. Pinheiro; Evangelos Alexiou; Luís A. da Silva Cruz; Touradj Ebrahimi; Carlos Duarte; Emil Dumic; Manuela Pereira; João Prazeres
  5. Voronoi-based Objective Quality Metrics for Omnidirectional Video – Simone Croci; Cagri Ozcinar; Emin Zerman; Julián Cabrera; Aljosa Smolic

Thu, 6 June

Session 5: Probing the User (session chair: Jan-Niklas Voigt-Antons)

  1. Short on Time? Context-Aware Shopping Lists to the Rescue: an Experimental Evaluation of a Smart Shopping Cart – Stephanie Van Hove; Anissa All; Lieven De Marez
  2. Subjective Evaluation of Media Consumer Vulnerability to Fake Audiovisual Content – Ali Khodabakhsh; Raghavendra Ramachandra; Christoph Busch
  3. Predicting Quality of Experience of Popular Mobile Applications in a Living Lab Study – Alexandre De Masi; Katarzyna Wac

Session 6: SS: Machine learning and statistical methods for multimedia QoE measurement and enhancement (part 1)(session chair: Tiago Falk)

  1. nofu – A Lightweight No-Reference Pixel Based Video Quality Model for Gaming QoE  – Steve Göring; Rakesh Rao Ramachandra Rao; Alexander Raake
  2. SUR-Net: Predicting the Satisfied User Ratio Curve for Image Compression with Deep Learning – Chunling Fan; Hanhe Lin; Vlad Hosu; Yun Zhang; Qingshan Jiang; Raouf Hamzaoui; Dietmar Saupe
  3. Practical Use Suggests a Re-evaluation of HDR Objective Quality Metrics  – Yasuko Sugito; Marcelo Bertalmío
  4. Emotional Impact of Video Quality: Self-Assessment and Facial Expression Recognition – Simone Porcu; Stefan Uhrig; Jan-Niklas Voigt-Antons; Sebastian Möller; Luigi Atzori

Session 7: SS: Quality of Experience and User Experience Research with and for Crowdsourcing (session chair: Babak Naderi)

  1. Modeling Worker Performance Based on Intra-rater Reliability in Crowdsourcing A Case Study of Speech Quality Assessment – Rafael Zequeira Jiménez; Anna Llagostera; Babak Naderi; Sebastian Möller; Jens Berger
  2. In Vivo or in Vitro? Influence of the Study Design on Crowdsourced Video QoE – Kathrin Borchert; Anika Schwind; Matthias Hirth; Tobias Hoßfeld

Poster 2 incl. coffee (session chairs: Aljoscha Burchardt, Thomas Zinner)

  1. Adapting the Quality of Experience Framework for Audio Archive Evaluation – Alessandro Ragano; Emmanouil Benetos; Andrew Hines
  2. The ALOS Dataset for Advert Localization in Outdoor Scenes – Soumyabrata Dev; Murhaf Hossari; Matthew Nicholson; Killian McCabe; Atul Nautiyal; Clare Conran; Jian Tang; Wei Xu; Francois Pitie
  3. Visual Security Assessment of Selective Video Encryption – Sid Ahmed Fezza; Wassim Hamidouche; Reda Abdellah Kamraoui; Olivier Deforges
  4. Errare Mobile Est: Studying the Influence of Mobile Context and Stress on Typing Errors in the Field – Svenja Schröder; Albert Rafetseder; Peter Reichl
  5. TheFragebogen: A Web browser-based Questionnaire Framework for Scientific Research – Dennis Guse; Henrique Orefice; Gabriel Reimers; Oliver Hohlfeld
  6. A dataset of hologram reconstructions at different distances and viewpoints for quality evaluation – Roberto Corda; Cristian Perra
  7. Semantic Labeling of Quality Impairments in Speech Spectrograms with Deep Convolutional Networks – Gabriel Mittag; Sebastian Möller
  8. To Share or Not to Share? How Exploitation of Context Data Can Improve In-Network QoE Monitoring of Encrypted YouTube Streams – Irena Orsolic; Lea Skorin-Kapov; Tobias Hoßfeld
  9. On Network Performance Indicators for Network Promoter Score Estimation – Selim Ickin; Jawwad Ahmed; Andreas Johnsson; Jörgen Gustafsson
  10. In-Network YouTube Performance Estimation in Light of End User Playback-Related Interactions – Ivan Bartolec; Irena Orsolic; Lea Skorin-Kapov
  11. Exploring aspects of obedience in VR-mediated communication – Vlasios Kasapakis; Damianos Gavalas; Elena Dzardanova; Stella Sylaiou
  12. View Position Impact on QoE in an Immersive Telepresence System for Remote Operation – Elijs Dima; Kjell Brunnström; Mattias Andersson; Mårten Sjöström; Joakim Edlund; Mathias Johanson; Tahir Qureshi
  13. MIRO360: A Tool for Subjective Assessment of 360 Degree Video for ITU-T P.360-VR – Pablo Pérez; Javier Escobar
  14. Towards Quality-of-Experience Models for Watching 360° Videos in Head-Mounted Virtual Reality – Shun-Huai Yao; Ching-Ling Fan; Cheng-Hsin Hsu
  15. A personalized Virtual Reality Experience for Relaxation Therapy – Joris Heyse; Thomas De Jonge; Maria Torres Vega; Femke De Backere; Filip De Turck
  16. Aspects of Linguistic Complexity: A German – Norwegian Approach to the Creation of Resources for Easy-To-Understand Language – Melanie Siegel; Dorothee Beermann Hellan; Lars Hellan

Fri, 7 June

Session 8: SS: Perceptual visual information quality enhancement evaluation: challenges and opportunities (session chair: Azeddine Beghdadi)

  1. A Novel Ranking Algorithm of Enhanced Images using a Convolutional Neural Network and a Saliency-based Patch Selection Scheme – Aladine Chetouani; Muhammad Ali Qureshi; Mohamed Deriche; Azeddine Beghdadi
  2. From Low Vision to High Quality: Video QoE Enhancement for Visually Impaired Users – Andreas Sackl; Raimund Schatz; Stefan Suette; Manfred Tscheligi
  3. Visual Quality Assessment for Motion Compensated Frame Interpolation – Hui Men; Hanhe Lin; Vlad Hosu; Daniel Maurer; Andrés Bruhn; Dietmar Saupe
  4. Perceptual evaluation of speckle noise reduction techniques for phase shifting holograms – Elsa Fonseca; Paulo Fiadeiro; Vahid Hajihashemi; Marco V. Bernardo; Antonio M. G. Pinheiro; Manuela Pereira

Session 9: SS: On Behalf of the User – Towards Advanced and Applicable QoE Modeling in Networked Settings (session chairs: Jörgen Gustafsson and Markus Fiedler)

  1. Fundamental Relationships for Deriving QoE in Systems – Tobias Hoßfeld; Poul E. Heegaard; Lea Skorin-Kapov; Martín Varela
  2. Is QUIC becoming the New TCP? On the Potential Impact of a New Protocol on Networked Multimedia QoE – Michael Seufert; Raimund Schatz; Nikolas Wehner; Bruno Gardlo; Pedro Casas
  3. Modeling Instantaneous Quality of Experience Using Machine Learning of Model Trees – Markus Fiedler; Usha Chapala; Sridhar Peteti
  4. Towards the Evaluation of the Effects of Ambient Illumination and Noise on Quality of Experience – Alessandro Floris; Luigi Atzori; Simone Porcu

Session 10: SS: Machine learning and statistical methods for multimedia QoE measurement and enhancement (part 2) (session chair: Lea Skorin-Kapov)

  1. Analysis and Prediction of Video QoE in Wireless Cellular Networks using Machine Learning – Dimitar Minovski; Christer Åhlund; Karan Mitra; Per Johansson
  2. Intrusive Quality Measurement of Noisy and Enhanced Speech based on i-Vector Similarity – Anderson Avila; Md. Jahangir Alam; Douglas O’Shaughnessy; Tiago Falk
  3. Towards the development of a non-intrusive objective quality measure for DNN-enhanced speech – João Felipe Santos; Tiago Falk

Session 11: Speech Quality (session chair: Lea Skorin-Kapov)

  1. Speech Quality Parametric Model that considers Wireless Network Characteristics – Demostenes Zegarra Rodriguez; Sebastian Möller