4 February 2013 Verification of proposed ISO methods to measure resolution capabilities of printing systems
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In this paper we deal with a new Technical Specification providing a method for the objective measurement of print quality characteristics that contribute to perceived printer resolution, “ISO/IEC TS 29112:2012: Information Technology – Office equipment – Test charts and Methods for Measuring Monochrome Printer Resolution”. The Technical Specification aims at electrophotography monochrome printing systems. Since the referred measures should show system or technology independence inkjet printing systems are included as well in our study. In order to verify if given objective methods correlate well with human perception, a psychophysical experiment has been conducted, and the objective methods have been compared against the perceptual data.
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Milena Cisarova, Milena Cisarova, Marius Pedersen, Marius Pedersen, Peter Nussbaum, Peter Nussbaum, Frans Gaykema, Frans Gaykema, "Verification of proposed ISO methods to measure resolution capabilities of printing systems", Proc. SPIE 8653, Image Quality and System Performance X, 86530M (4 February 2013); doi: 10.1117/12.2001436; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2001436


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