Use of Digital Modelling of the Print for the Estimation of Quality of a Press
Depending on tasks in view it is estimated by various ways. In the submitted work quality is considered as a measure of a generality of two images, initial (original) and reproduced (the printed image). Such way allows estimating quantitative change of parameters at their transformation, i.e. the process of reproduction.
At a rating of quantitative change of parameters there is a problem to define criteria of quality of the image giving in to measurement which most full meet to system of human vision.
The ideas developed in this work, reflect interrelation between structure of the image, its perception the person, and as its quantitative representation. Proceeding from these preconditions, consideration and the decision of the research problem of parameters of printed process is spent. As against a traditional way of the control over test objects the rating of quality is made on all area of the reproduced image. For definition of parameters of quality the original way of processing of luminosity-chromatic characteristics of the image is used. It enables to establish communication between objective (physical) and subjective (visual) parameters of the image, at its reproduction that facilitates a task of reception of high-quality images.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2008-01-01
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