Dynamic Patch Optimization for Color Printer Characterization
Abstract:Color printer characterization derives the conversion from the input signals to the printer (or device values) to the color measurements of the resulting printed colors (or color values). Accurate printer characterization generally involves numerous measurements of printed color samples. The printer characteristics often slightly drift over a period of time, thus requiring re-characterization; and hence many more measurements. A method is proposed to select a reduced number of optimal color samples for color printer characterization. These samples are selected for a specific printer, and are superior to generic printer characterization targets. Printer characterization can then be performed more frequently with the smaller optimal set of color samples.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2011
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