What if the image quality analysis rates my digitization system a “no go”?
1. How do I calibrate the system step by step to meet given specifications like e.g. Metamorfoze?
2. Are the existing specifications suitable for my individual application?
3. What do I do if one of the image quality aspects is out of the range?
This paper tries to answer these questions and to provide guidance for the daily use of the QA solutions.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2011
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