TUD Image Quality Database
Subjective data are of fundamental importance to the development of image quality models and metrics. In order to test newly developed image quality models and metrics, their predictive power should be evaluated against subjective data, resulting from perception experiments. Collecting such data is time-consuming, and therefore, costly. As a consequence, the distribution of existing subjective data to the scientific community involved in image quality research is considered highly beneficial. TUD makes the results of perception experiments available to the community via the TUD image quality database.
This database contains subjective data fo experiments on perceived ringing, eye tracking data for experiments performed on different image databases and with different tasks, and other data. Check the "Resources" section of the website to see all the available data and links to related research publications.