27 December 2000 Printing images from the Web
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Images have become ubiquitous, virtually every personal computer and every Internet WEB site contains at least some number of images. Professional as well as amateur artists display their work on the net and large image collections exist, spanning all aspects of art, hobby and daily life. The images vary widely in content, but more importantly, they also vary widely in general image quality attributes. Some of the quality variation is caused by the actual image creation or internet posting process, whereas some other quality variations are caused by the lack of defining image data description, like color-space definition. This paper describes problems and possible solutions associated with the printing of images from unknown sources.
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Reiner Eschbach, Reiner Eschbach, } "Printing images from the Web", Proc. SPIE 4311, Internet Imaging II, (27 December 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.411877; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.411877

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