Spectral Model of Halftone on a Fluorescent Substrate
Abstract:A unified spectral model with consideration of the effects of physical and optical dot gains and fluorescence of substrates is presented. In the model the effects of either physical or optical dot gain are characterized by a single parameter, while those of fluorescence by two sets of spectral parameters, one for fluorescence of bare paper and one for fluorescence of a print solid. This model is tested and further illustrated with applications to images generated by a laser color printer on ordinary office papers.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2004
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