Error Diffusion of Clustered Dots
Abstract:In this paper we show some experimental results on evaluating print quality of binarized images. We investigate how much the print quality is influenced by minimum dot size of a printer, binarization method, and human visual sensitivity. Especially, we propose an extended halftone screening algorithm. In this algorithm the total sum of errors in one block is distributed to the neighboring blocks.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2000
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