1 April 1992 Inverse halftoning
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J. of Electronic Imaging, 1(2), (1992). doi:10.1117/12.57675
Abstract
Inverse halftoning is the method by which an approximation of a gray-scale image is reconstructed from a binary, halftoned version of the original. Several inverse-halftone algorithms are described, including a three-level cascade algorithm. We demonstrate that a priori knowledge of the halftone technique is not essential, but can be used if available. Finally, we demonstrate the results of applying inverse-halftone operations to both computer synthesized and photographic images.
Christopher M. Miceli, Kevin J. Parker, "Inverse halftoning," Journal of Electronic Imaging 1(2), (1 April 1992). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.57675
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Halftones

Binary data

Image processing

Reconstruction algorithms

Image quality

Image filtering

Linear filtering

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