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Perceptual Digital Imaging by Rastislav Lukac

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Methods of Dither Array Construction Employing Models of Visual Perception

Daniel L. Lau, Gonzalo R. Arce and Gonzalo J. Garateguy

10.1 Introduction

10.2 State of the Art Work

10.3 Dither Array Construction

10.4 Blue-Noise Patterns and CVTs

10.5 Artifact-Free Dither Arrays

10.6 Lenticular Screening

10.7 Conclusion

Acknowledgment

References

10.1 Introduction

Digital halftoning refers to the process of converting a continuous-tone image or photograph into a binary pattern of black and white pixels for display on binary devices, such as ink-jet or electrophotographic printers. Early approaches to digital halftoning mimic the analog process of projecting a film negative, through a silk screen, onto high-contrast lithographic film. These early ...

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