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Removing chromatic aberration by digital image processing
Optical Engineering: The Journal of SPIE
Chromatic aberration is a form of aberration in color optical devices that produces undesirable color fringes along borders within images. It is becoming a more critical problem these days as digital cameras are getting smaller, while the number of picture elements is increasing. We propose a novel method for detecting and eliminating chromatic aberration using image processing. We first analyze the color behavior on edges that do not show chromatic aberration and propose a range limitation fordoi:10.1117/1.3455506 fatcat:q3tu7srp3vc7nppc2ecobesbem