22 April 1996 Halftone-independent calibration of black-and-white printers
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Halftone calibration of a black and white printer is a known process that involves printing and measuring patches for many different halftone levels. It is a tedious process that has to be repeated for every halftone dot or algorithm to be used. A new calibration procedure is described that uses a halftone-independent characterization of the printer and a pixel overlap model to predict the tone response of any halftone algorithm. This enables all halftone dots and algorithms to be calibrated with only one set of printer measurements.
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Keith T. Knox, Charles M. Hains, Gaurav Sharma, "Halftone-independent calibration of black-and-white printers", Proc. SPIE 2657, Human Vision and Electronic Imaging, (22 April 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.238739; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.238739
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