3 June 2013 Errata: Adaptive characterization method for desktop color printers
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This article [J. Electron. Imaging.. 22, (2 ), 023012 (2013)] was originally published online on 10 May 2013 with an error on page 4. In several instances, the symbol H was omitted from the following passage:

This article [J. Electron. Imaging. 22(2), 023012 (2013)] was originally published online on 10 May 2013 with an error on page 4. In several instances, the symbol H was omitted from the following passage:

With the computed transform H, the RGB vector, u^R3×1, corresponding with the given CIEXYZ vector q under a certain illuminant, is predicted as

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u^H(q)=Hq˜.

Without loss of generality, suppose that three illuminants, namely, D65, A, and F11, are considered. Accordingly, we obtain three global transforms, represented by HD(·), HA(·), and HF(·) for these illuminants, and the RGB candidates are computed as u^D65=HD(q), u^A=HA(q), u^F11=HF(q).

All online versions of the article were corrected on 22 May 2013. The article appears correctly in print.

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Hui-Liang Shen, Hui-Liang Shen, Zhi-Huan Zhengl, Zhi-Huan Zhengl, Chong-Chao Jin, Chong-Chao Jin, Xin Du, Xin Du, Si-Jie Shao, Si-Jie Shao, John H. Xin, John H. Xin, "Errata: Adaptive characterization method for desktop color printers," Journal of Electronic Imaging 22(2), 029801 (3 June 2013). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JEI.22.2.029801 . Submission:
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