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Amy R. Reibman

Reibman, Amy R.
Room 5A-4F02
Middletown, NJ
Subject matter expert in image and video quality estimation, and video transport over networks

Amy R. Reibman is a Lead Member of Technical Staff at AT&T Labs -- Research.  She received the B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from Duke University in 1983, 1984, and 1987, respectively. From 1988 to 1991, she was an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Princeton University. In 1991 she joined AT&T Bell Laboratories, and became a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff in 1995. She is currently a Lead Member of Technical Staff in the Communication Sciences and Artificial Intelligence Research Department at AT&T Laboratories.

Dr. Reibman was elected IEEE Fellow in 2005, for her contributions to video transport over networks. In 1998, she won the IEEE Communications Society Leonard G.  Abraham Prize Paper Award.  She was the Technical co-chair of the IEEE International Conference on Image Processing in 2002; the Technical Co-chair for the First IEEE Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing in 1997; the Technical Chair for the Sixth International Workshop on Packet Video in 1994.  She is currently technical co-chair for the Second International Workshop on Quality of Multimedia Experience, 2010.  She was a Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE Signal Processing Society from 2008-2009.

Dr. Reibman's research interests include video compression systems for transport over packet and wireless networks, video quality estimation, superresolution image and video enhancement, and 3-D and multiview video.

Dr. Reibman's current goal is to improve overall system performance by integrating accurate video quality estimators into real systems.

Talks

Talk: Monitoring video quality inside a network
Distinguished Lecture for the IEEE Signal Processing Society local Santa Clara, CA chapter, Sept 2009  Santa_Clara_talk  (0k)


Recent Journal Publications

No-reference image and video quality estimation: Applications and human-motivated design
S. S. Hemami, A. R. Reibman
Signal Processing: Image Communication, to appear,  2010.  [BIB]

A versatile model for packet loss visibility and its application in packet prioritization
T. L. Lin, S. Kanumuri, Y. Zhi, D. Poole, P. Cosman, A. R. Reibman
IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, to appear,  2010.  [BIB]

Quality Evaluation of Motion-Compensated Edge Artifacts in Compressed Video
A. Leontaris, P. C. Cosman, A. R. Reibman
IEEE Transactions on Image Processing,  v16,  #4,  pp 943-956,  2007.  [BIB]

Capacity analysis of MediaGrid: a P2P IPTV platform for fiber to the node (FTTN) networks
Y. Huang, Y. F. Chen, R. Jana, M. Rabinovich, A. R. Reibman, B. Wei, Z. Xiao
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications,  v25,  #1,  pp 131-139,  2007.  [BIB]

Modeling packet-loss visibility in MPEG-2 video
S. Kanumuri, P. C. Cosman, A. R. Reibman, V. A. Vaishampayan
IEEE Transactions on Multimedia,  v8,  #2,  pp 341-355,  2006.  [BIB]

Quality monitoring of video over a packet network
A. R. Reibman, V. A. Vaishampayan, Y. Sermadevi
IEEE Transactions on Multimedia,  v6,  #2,  pp 327-334,  2004.  [BIB]

Projects
AT&T 3D Lab , Investigating Applications of 3D Graphics to Video Stream Processing

Video and Multimedia Technologies Research, The AT&T Video and Multimedia Technologies Research Department strives to acquire multimedia and video for indexing,retrieval,and consumption with textual,semantic,and visual modalities.

Visual API - Visual Intelligence for your Applications, The Visual API provides Visual Intelligence to applications and developers through REST-based APIs powered by the AT&T Developer Program.

Patents

No-Reference Spatial Aliasing Measure For Digital Image Resizing, May 27, 2014
Method And Apparatus For Evaluating Quality Estimators, April 8, 2014
Multiple Description Coding Communication System, November 26, 2013
Methods And Apparatus To Detect Transport Faults In Media Presentation Systems, May 28, 2013
No-Reference Spatial Aliasing Measure For Digital Image Resizing, March 19, 2013
Method And Apparatus For Accomplishing Multiple Description Coding For Video, June 12, 2012
System And Method For Peer To Peer Video Streaming, March 8, 2011
System And Method For Processing Data With Drift Control, December 7, 2010
Method And Apparatus For Accomplishing Multiple Description Coding For Video, October 12, 2010
Multiple description coding communication system, October 30, 2007
Scalable Video Encoder/Decoder With Drift Control, November 1, 2005
Method And Apparatus For Accomplishing Multiple Description Coding For Video, July 19, 2005
Method And Apparatus For Accomplishing Multiple Description Coding For Video, April 29, 2003
Electronic watermarking in the compressed domain utilizing perceptual coding, December 10, 2002
Error resilient transcoding for video over wireless channels, January 15, 2002
Method and apparatus for smoothing and multiplexing video data flows, October 30, 2001
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