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SECTION 4. PERCEPTUAL EVALUATION OF TONE MAPPING METHODS 59

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Table 4.3: Strengths and weaknesses of evaluated TM methods – indoor scene. In bold:
average ranking scores (1st line) and average rating scores (3rd line); in italics: standard
deviations for ranking (2nd line) and for rating scores (4th line). The higher values represent
the higher reproduction quality.

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