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This letter proposes a mathematical model capable of estimating video quality loss in error-prone networks through Peak Signal-to-Noise (PSNR ) ratio metric. Also, it presents experimental results by correlating the frame losses, the video resolution, and the received video visual complexity to obtain video quality loss models. The results show that frame loss satisfies the model to predict the PSNR loss for three resolutions.
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