1 May 1967 Use of the Isodensitracer for Pictorial Data
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The Isodensitracer is a two-dimensional, scanning microdensitometer which rapidly produces density "contours" by means of a cyclic dropped line code. For more than three years this instrument has proven its utility for making rapid photometric and geometric analyses of photographic imagery for such diverse applications as moon mapping, spectrum analysis, and medical X-ray interpretation.
Carlton S. Miller, "Use of the Isodensitracer for Pictorial Data," Optical Engineering 5(4), 504139 (1 May 1967). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971361 . Submission:
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