The scientists of the SFB-TRR 161 develop software applications, collect research data, and create benchmarking data sets within their scientific work. Here we provide access to our results for other scientists and developers.

TRRojan

The TRRojan is an extensible, cross-platform benchmarking framework for visual computing applications. It uses a plugin architecture to be easily extended with additional applications. The framework allows for automatically evaluating all combinations of influencing factors (rendering parameters, resolution, data set, etc.) based on a simple declarative description. The TRRojan is designed to effectively carry out quantitative benchmarks in a clean, reproducible, and easy-to-use manner.

For more information visit www.trrojan.visus.uni-stuttgart.de

Visual Quality Databases

A group of our scientists design prediction algorithms for the visual quality of images and videos, with respect to technical and perceptual aspects e.g. quality of experience (QoE). ​The tools of their trade include crowdsourcing, machine learning i.e. deep networks, eye-tracking. Consequently, they are creating massive multimedia databases that are suitable for training generic and accurate VQA models.

Visual Quality Databases

KoNVid-1k | Video benchmark database
KonIQ-10k | Ecologically valid image benchmark database
IQA-Experts-300 | Expert annotated ​image benchmark database
KADID-10k | Artificially distorted image database
KonPatch-30k | Patch-wise image quality assessment
IQA-Experts-300 | Expert annotated image benchmark database
KoSMo-1k | Slow-motion video database
StudyMB 2.0 | Subjective IQA of the interpolated images from Middlebury

For more information visit database.mmsp-kn.de