28 January 2008 INCITS W1.1 development update: appearance-based image quality standards for printers
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In September 2000, INCITS W1 (the U.S. representative of ISO/IEC JTC1/SC28, the standardization committee for office equipment) was chartered to develop an appearance-based image quality standard.(1),(2) The resulting W1.1 project is based on a proposal(3) that perceived image quality can be described by a small set of broad-based attributes. There are currently six ad hoc teams, each working towards the development of standards for evaluation of perceptual image quality of color printers for one or more of these image quality attributes. This paper summarizes the work in progress of the teams addressing the attributes of Macro-Uniformity, Colour Rendition, Gloss & Gloss Uniformity, Text & Line Quality and Effective Resolution.
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Eric K. Zeise, Eric K. Zeise, D. René Rasmussen, D. René Rasmussen, Yee S. Ng, Yee S. Ng, Edul Dalal, Edul Dalal, Ann McCarthy, Ann McCarthy, Don Williams, Don Williams, } "INCITS W1.1 development update: appearance-based image quality standards for printers", Proc. SPIE 6808, Image Quality and System Performance V, 680802 (28 January 2008); doi: 10.1117/12.772577; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.772577


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