1 November 1970 Image Evaluation: Criteria and Applications Paper No. 1: Non-MTF Criteria
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The study of image evaluation is a complex subject requiring the simultaneous consideration of the object, optical system, detector, and mechanism for processing the detector's signals. Image quality for any given photo-optical system depends upon such diverse considerations as granularity, light scattering, numerical aperture, tone reproduction, the degree of correction in the image-forming optics, etc.
Edward B. Noffsinger, Edward B. Noffsinger, } "Image Evaluation: Criteria and Applications Paper No. 1: Non-MTF Criteria," Optical Engineering 9(1), 090132 (1 November 1970). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971585 . Submission:
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