Video Assessment Tools for ASL and Lipreading

Judy Harkins, Cary Barbin, and Paula Tucker

Index of Slides

  1. Video Assessment Tools for ASL and Lipreading
  2. A word from our sponsor
  3. Engineering Partner on this Project
  4. Video Application Emphasis
  5. What are some reasons for wanting quality assessments?
  6. Standardized Voice and Video Quality Assessment Methods
  7. ITU H-Series Supplement 1: SL and Lipreading real-time conversation using low bit-rate communication
  8. ITU H-Series Supplement 1, cont’d.
  9. Our Task
  10. Requirements for this video tool
  11. Other desirable features of video assessment methods
  12. What are the system-related independent variables?
  13. Data Entry
  14. No Title
  15. What are the user-related independent variables?
  16. These clips are not intended to be pretty!
  17. Baseline – No Motion
  18. Talking head
  19. Clean shots
  20. Bad lighting, multiple signers, poor contrast between skin and clothing color
  21. Patterned clothing and background
  22. No Title
  23. What are the dependent variables?
  24. Graphical cues assist with assessment of the processed video
  25. Dancing Dots
  26. Fingerspelling: Missing letters
  27. Resolution Graphic
  28. Delay Graphic
  29. Audio/Video Sync (for Lipreading)
  30. Samples
  31. What about cameras and self-contained systems?
  32. What do we need to examine now?
  33. In Closing
  34. Acknowledgement

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