Brain-computer interfacing for multimedia quality assessment
The assessment of perceived multimedia quality is a central research field in information and media technology. Conventionally, psychophysical techniques are used for determining the quality of multimedia signals. Recently, Brain-Computer Interfacing (BCI)-based methods have been proposed for the assessment of perceived multimedia signal quality. In this paper we give an overview over the shortcomings of conventional approaches, present the state-of-The art of BCI-based methods and discuss open questions and challenges relevant to the BCI community.