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A critical review of spectral models applied to binary color printing

David R. Wyble, Roy S. Berns
2000 Color Research and Application  
The review concludes with procedures for model evaluation and a presentation of the results from an application of the models to a sample dataset for an electrophotographic printer.  ...  To aid in gathering the appropriate data for printer modeling, experimental techniques are then discussed, followed by an explanation of the model optimization methods needed for parameter fitting.  ...  The size of the patches depends on the instrumentation used for the spectral measurement, described below.  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1520-6378(200002)25:1<4::aid-col3>;2-x fatcat:5houec7euvez3piku7hlpe7dcu

$N$ -Ink Printer Characterization With Barycentric Subdivision

Vahid Babaei, Roger D. Hersch
2016 IEEE Transactions on Image Processing  
Within the subdomain cells, the Yule-Nielsen spectral Neugebauer model is used for the spectral prediction.  ...  The goal of this paper is to introduce a spectral prediction model for N-ink juxtaposed-halftone prints.  ...  Another important spectral prediction model is the twoby-two dot-centering model [22, 23] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/tip.2016.2560526 pmid:28113174 fatcat:ioicrj7paveyvaod2acxbvbuii

Image Segmentation for the Application of the Neugebauer Colour Prediction Model on Inkjet Printed Ceramic Tiles [chapter]

P. Latorre, G. Peris-Fajarnes, M. A. T. Figueiredo
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Colour prediction models (CPM) can be used to analyze the printing quality of halftone-based color printing systems.  ...  This evaluation is carried out by comparing the predicted color against that measured with a spectrophotometer, and testifies for the adequacy of the approach. M. Kamel and A.  ...  The Neugebauer Color Prediction Model and the Experimental Procedure We consider halftone designs of two inks, printed with an industrial binary CMYK inkjet printer for ceramic tiles [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/11559573_2 fatcat:rm74dsfo7vbnxjduzncm4ugzkq

Spectral-based printer modeling and characterization

Silvia Zuffi, Raimondo Schettini, Giancarlo Mauri
2005 Journal of Electronic Imaging (JEI)  
The article describes an innovative analytical printer model based on the Yule-Nielsen Spectral Neugebauer equation and formulated with a large number of degrees of freedom in order to account for dot-gain  ...  The test set used for model evaluation was composed of 777 samples, uniformly distributed over the RGB color space.  ...  a color darker than that predicted: due to the spread of the ink on paper, the real size of a dot printed on a substrate is larger than its theoretical size.  ... 
doi:10.1117/1.1900137 fatcat:k4vlwslbbrb3jajixfz6ontrrm

Calibrating the Yule–Nielsen Modified Spectral Neugebauer Model with Ink Spreading Curves Derived from Digitized RGB Calibration Patch Images

N. P. Garg, A. K. Singla, R. D. Hersch
2008 Journal of Imaging Science and Technology  
The decrease in spectral prediction accuracy due to RGB model calibration is about 30% for ink jet prints and 10% for thermal transfer prints.  ...  We compare the prediction accuracy of the YNSN model calibrated by digitized RGB intensities of the calibration patches with the prediction accuracy of the same model calibrated by the spectral reflectances  ...  At the present time, according to the literature, 1-3 among the existing spectral reflection prediction models, mainly the wellknown Yule-Nielsen modified spectral Neugebauer model 4, 5 is used for predicting  ... 
doi:10.2352/j.imagingsci.technol.(2008)52:4(040908) fatcat:zmyd3hddovgmrllgjqwprvigle

Adaptive characterization method for desktop color printers

Hui-Liang Shen, Zhi-Huan Zheng, Chong-Chao Jin, Xin Du, Si-Jie Shao, John H. Xin
2013 Journal of Electronic Imaging (JEI)  
We propose a locally adaptive method, which consists of both forward and inverse models, for desktop printer characterization.  ...  With the rapid development of multispectral imaging technique, it is desired that the spectral color can be accurately reproduced using desktop color printers.  ...  the printer control values via the inverse model, and then predicting spectra via the forward model.  ... 
doi:10.1117/1.jei.22.2.023012 fatcat:mjgw6b2v5raj7eyhp3oevbtgce

Classification of Paper Images to Predict Substrate Parameters Prior to Print [chapter]

Matthias Scheller Lichtenauer, Safer Mourad, Peter Zolliker, Klaus Simon
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
For economical and ecological reasons it is preferable to test paper without printing it. We therefore propose non-destructive methods.  ...  The use of standard ICC profiles in prepress leaves it to the printer to match the fixed substrate characteristics contained in these profiles.  ...  This work was partly financed by the Swiss Commission of Technology and Innovation (CTI) and the Swiss Centre of Competence for Media and Printing Technology (Ugra) in project 8804.1 PFES-ES.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03265-3_16 fatcat:l3wn4ql7k5b6rd65enqqyfm3ea

Device characterization [chapter]

Raja Balasubramanian
2002 Digital Color Imaging Handbook  
Acknowledgment The author wishes to thank Dean Harrington for his assistance in preparing the figures for this chapter.  ...  If the prediction error is within the variability of the printer, the model is considered to be a satisfactory representation of the real printer. Accuracy of the various Neugebauer models.  ...  The new predicted reflectance is given by R'( l ) = (1 -a ) R dod ( l ) + a R dem ( l ) (5.83) where R dod ( l ) = reflectance predicted by the dot-on-dot model R dem ( l ) = reflectance predicted by the  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781420041484.ch5 fatcat:hplhxdyqx5hoholhjju5hc56dm

Resolution-dependence of perceived contrast of textures

Raphael L. Levien, Reiner Eschbach, Gabriel G. Marcu
2003 Color Imaging IX: Processing, Hardcopy, and Applications  
In this paper, we present an analytic framework for quantifying how the perceived visual contrast of textures changes with resolution, and a simple, tractable model that accurately predicts visual contrast  ...  Much of the past literature addresses questions of how to optimize one or both of these for a given resolution, but there is little guidance on tradeoffs when the resolution itself is variable.  ...  the actual dot sizes with respect to the dot size codes sent to the printer.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.538846 dblp:conf/clrimg/Levien04 fatcat:uquw4movcbhorainjo73fkgosy

Simulating the optical properties of phytoplankton cells using a two-layered spherical geometry

S. Bernard, T. A. Probyn, A. Quirantes
2009 Biogeosciences Discussions  
with the heterogeneous geometry can be used to establish a quantitative formulation between single particle optics, size and assemblage-specific inherent optical properties, and ocean colour.  ...  The two-layered sphere appears to offer the simplest heterogeneous geometry capable of simulating the observed angular scattering of phytoplankton cells. 5 20 the combined use of equivalent size distributions  ...  display greater spectral variability than their homogeneous counterparts.  ... 
doi:10.5194/bgd-6-1497-2009 fatcat:zoirmhl6d5gnrd7ztut6or5ada

Predicting the Reflectance of Paper Dyed with Ink Mixtures by Describing Light Scattering as a Function of Ink Absorbance

Fabrice Rousselle, Mathieu Hébert, Roger D. Hersch
2010 Journal of Imaging Science and Technology  
We consider the problem of predicting the spectral reflectance of paper samples immersed in ink mixtures of varying ink concentrations.  ...  Relying on an adapted version of the Kubelka-Munk theory, we predict the reflectances of the samples dyed by ink mixtures.  ...  RELATED WORK One of the first approaches to model variable pixel dot sizes is the one proposed by Berns aiming at predicting the reflectance of a continuous tone dye diffusing thermal transfer printer.  ... 
doi:10.2352/j.imagingsci.technol.2010.54.5.050501 fatcat:a5uvfj6hsbedvajnxt6hze7ijq

Color printer characterization adjustment for different substrates

Mark Shaw, Gaurav Sharma, Raja Bala, Edul N. Dalal
2003 Color Research and Application  
The use of multiple substrates in color printers requires color characterization for each of the individual substrates.  ...  number of additional measurements for the new substrate.  ...  For a given digital input (C M Y K) with corresponding dot area coverages (c, m, y, k), the spectral Neugebauer equations 13 predict the average spectral reflectance of a printed patch using Eq. 5. where  ... 
doi:10.1002/col.10198 fatcat:ytymxff4jvhnxh2kxdmvcmuprq

Two-out-of-two color matching based visual cryptography schemes

Jacques Machizaud, Thierry Fournel
2012 Optics Express  
In order to correctly print the colors on the media and to increase the security of the scheme, we use spectral models developed for color reproduction describing printed colors from an optical point of  ...  The prediction accuracy of the models guarantees to find pairs of colors given a target color  ...  Hébert for his attentive reading and comments concerning color rendering.  ... 
doi:10.1364/oe.20.022847 pmid:23037434 fatcat:3ttb5y6ek5cfvory4dtea7piqy

An Ishihara-style test of animal colour vision

Karen L. Cheney, Naomi F. Green, Alexander P. Vibert, Misha Vorobyev, N. Justin Marshall, Daniel C. Osorio, John A. Endler
2019 Journal of Experimental Biology  
At least for some colours, thresholds indicated better discrimination than expected from the receptor noise limited (RNL) model assuming 5% Weber fraction for the long-wavelength cone.  ...  We provide MATLAB code for creating these stimuli, which can be modified for use with different animals.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the staff at Lizard Island Research Station for logistic help on trips to collect the fish and Cairns Marine Pty Ltd for help in shipping fish to The University of Queensland.  ... 
doi:10.1242/jeb.189787 pmid:30606793 fatcat:n3foyyuvf5bzzlmzn25ub6q6ce

Data-driven spectral model for color gamut simulation

Pau Soler, Ján Morovič, Howard Doumaux, Reiner Eschbach, Gabriel G. Marcu, Shoji Tominaga, Alessandro Rizzi
2009 Color Imaging XIV: Displaying, Processing, Hardcopy, and Applications  
By using this method, the number of prints and measurements for printer characterization is greatly reduced, which is of particular importance if there are many ink candidates to be combined.  ...  The mapping is data-driven, without relying on assumptions based on classic theoretical models.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to specially thank Karen Waggoner, Phil Cagle, Vicente Lázaro, Jesus García and Aleix Oriol for their collaboration and support.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.805940 dblp:conf/clrimg/SolerMD09 fatcat:e4g4mozkyrflfeffa3ggsdpjey
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