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22 December 1998 Expanded Neugebauer model for printer color formation
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A model to predict colorimetric value for color printers is presented. The Neugebauer narrow-band color mixing model was applied with modifications. While sixteen primaries are used for four-color printing process in Neugebauer mode, we used two data sets in our model, one with eighty-one CMYK primaries and the other with one hundred twenty-five CMY primaries. Two Yule-Nielsen factors were applied to optimize the CMYK set and the CMY set separately. The Yule-Nielsen factors were optimized by minimizing (Delta) E*L*a*b* or (Delta) E*94. The Neugebauer calorimetric quality factor was applied as a weighting function to optimize dot areas. By optimizing primaries and applying the CQF weighting function, the average color error and the maximum color error decrease significantly.
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Huanzhao Zeng and Peter G. Anderson "Expanded Neugebauer model for printer color formation", Proc. SPIE 3648, Color Imaging: Device-Independent Color, Color Hardcopy, and Graphic Arts IV, (22 December 1998); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.334599
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