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Part of the SPIE/IEEE Series on Imaging Science and Engineering. This comprehensive look at digital halftoning, a key technology in printing and display industries, is aimed at technical professionals and students. It is especially useful for those designing halftone screens and screenless processes for research and development. It also is suitable as a textbook in printing and graphic arts (graduate/undergraduate).
- Image Transforms
- Human Visual Models
- Color Mixing Models
- Pixel Overlap Model
- Moire Phenomenon
- Halftone Error Metrics and Imaging Models
- Halftone Design Principles
- Analog Screening
- Noise Encoding
- Clustered-Dot-Ordered Dither
- Dispersed-Dot-Ordered Dither
- Microcluster Halftoning
- Error Diffusion
- Iterative and Search-Based Methods
- Multilevel Halftoning
- Inverse Halftoning
- Concluding Remarks
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Henry R. Kang received his Ph.D. in physical chemistry from Indiana University/Bloomington in 1977 and his master's in computer science from Rochester Institute of Technology. Dr. Kang has worked on color technology development at Mead Office Systems, Xerox Corp., and Peerless Systems Corp. He currently is with Aetas Technology Inc.
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