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Volume 49, Number 1, January 2005

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pp. iv-iv(1)
Author: Sahyun, M.R.V.

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Simulation of Print Quality Defects
pp. 1-18(18)
Authors: Jang, Woonyoung; Allebach, Jan P.

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Fundamental Investigation on Electrostatic Ink Jet Phenomena in Pin-to-Plate Discharge System
pp. 19-27(9)
Authors: Kawamoto, Hiroyuki; Umezu, Shinjiro; Koizumi, Ryuta

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Investigation of Inertness of Photodischarge of Two-Layer Organic Photoreceptors
pp. 28-34(7)
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Influence of Pigment Particle Size and Pigment Ratio on Printability of Glossy Ink Jet Paper Coatings
pp. 54-60(7)
Authors: Lee, Hyun-Kook; Joyce, Margaret K.; Fleming, Paul D.

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Hybrid Halftoning, A Useful Method for Flexography
pp. 85-95(11)
Author: Gooran, Sasan

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Analysis of Observer and Cultural Variability while Generating "Preferred" Color Reproductions of Pictorial Images
pp. 96-104(9)
Authors: Fernandez, Scot R; Fairchild, Mark D; Braun, Karen

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