1 July 1994 Halftoning with error diffusion on an image-adaptive raster
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We present a modified halftoning algorithm. The basic idea is to use error diffusion not on a fixed raster, but to adapt the raster to the properties of the original gray-tone image, e.g., the local intensity. The choice of a coarser raster in the high- and low-level input regions leads to the suppression of wormilke textures and to a decrease in calculation effort. The advantages and problems of this approach are discussed and examples are shown.
Thomas Zeggel, Thomas Zeggel, Olof Bryngdahl, Olof Bryngdahl, } "Halftoning with error diffusion on an image-adaptive raster," Journal of Electronic Imaging 3(3), (1 July 1994). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.176276 . Submission:
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