Two-Color System by Red/Cyan Projections Not Land
The motivation to the 2-color system started from an interest in solving a sort of ill-conditioned color estimation problem, not in the color vision theory. The paper tried to what extent a full-color-like reproduction is possible from a set of two-primary colors as a signal estimation problem. A simplified complementary 2-color system by Red/Cyan projections is newly proposed
Paying an attention to the Red primary as most important, the proposed model demonstrates the excellent performance in a full-color-like reproduction from the Red/Cyan projections different from Red/White Land system. The paper discusses a reduction to 2color-to-2color from 2color-to-3color system. The simplified 2-color model may be applied to any 2-color print system with a cheap set of specified process color inks in the area of quick/convenience or newspaper printing industries.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2012
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