1 November 1964 A Television Image Simulator and Its Practical Applications
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Abstract
The television signal resulting from the scanning of an image (such as a photographic transparency) can be processed to achieve interesting and useful effects. Among these effects are variation in resolution and noise, variation of the contrast ratio within any specific range of the gray scale, control of differentiation for bas-relief effects, and production of an equal-brightness contour. Included are the descriptions of the methods of producing the effects and the results attained. Photographs illustrating the various processes are shown to demonstrate the results.
Rostyslav Shavlach, Rostyslav Shavlach, } "A Television Image Simulator and Its Practical Applications," Optical Engineering 3(1), 030105 (1 November 1964). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971307 . Submission:
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