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EXPLOITING AUDIO-VISUAL CORRELATION BY MEANS OF GAZE TRACKING

EXPLOITING AUDIO-VISUAL CORRELATION BY MEANS OF GAZE TRACKING,BARTOSZ KUNKA,BOZENA KOSTEK

EXPLOITING AUDIO-VISUAL CORRELATION BY MEANS OF GAZE TRACKING   (Citations: 1)
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This paper presents a novel means for increasing audio-visual correlation analysis reliability. This is done based on gaze tracking technology engineered at the Multimedia Systems Department of the Gdansk University of Technology, Poland. In the paper, the past history and current research in the area of audio-visual perception analysis are shortly reviewed. Then the methodology employing gaze tracking is presented along with the results of audio-visual experiments performed. It is found that the methodology presented can be used to study audio-video correlation. This is confirmed by a sufficiently high correlation between subjective assessment and objective test results. In this study Pearson"s correlation coefficient computed for the subjective responses (MOS) and the objective measure equals 0.63 (at the 95% confidence level).
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