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Subjective annotation for a frame interpolation benchmark using artefact amplification

Subjective annotation for a frame interpolation benchmark using artefact amplification

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MEN, Hui, Vlad HOSU, Hanhe LIN, Andrés BRUHN, Dietmar SAUPE, 2020. Subjective annotation for a frame interpolation benchmark using artefact amplification. In: Quality and User Experience. Springer. 5(1), 8. ISSN 2366-0139. eISSN 2366-0147. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s41233-020-00037-y

@article{Men2020-12Subje-52455, title={Subjective annotation for a frame interpolation benchmark using artefact amplification}, year={2020}, doi={10.1007/s41233-020-00037-y}, number={1}, volume={5}, issn={2366-0139}, journal={Quality and User Experience}, author={Men, Hui and Hosu, Vlad and Lin, Hanhe and Bruhn, Andrés and Saupe, Dietmar}, note={Article Number: 8} }

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