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Very High Resolution and Quality Imaging III
Editor(s): V. Ralph Algazi; Andrew G. Tescher
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 3308
Date Published: 1 April 1998
Softcover: 12 papers (130) pages
ISBN: 9780819427489

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Variable high-resolution color CCD camera system with online capability for professional photo studio application
Author(s): Stefan Breitfelder; Frank R. Reichel; Ernst Gaertner; Erich J. Hacker; Markus Cappellaro; Peter Rudolf; Ute Voelk
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Information as a quality metric for high-resolution imaging
Author(s): Rachel Alter-Gartenberg; Stephen K. Park
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Discovery of important factors to convey high-order sensation: image depth and related factors
Author(s): Makoto M. Miyahara; Takao Ino; Shuji Taniho; V. Ralph Algazi
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Scale-based approach for image quality evaluation
Author(s): Kameswara Rao Namuduri; Romain Murenzi; Lance M. Kaplan
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Image compression quality rating using anchored scales
Author(s): Niranjan Avadhanam; V. Ralph Algazi
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Scalable resolution transformation by outlining with approximated B-spline curve
Author(s): Eiichi Sakaue; Naofumi Yamamoto; Hidekazu Sekizawa
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Representation of image surfaces by using curvature information
Author(s): Sheng-Jyh Wang; Jeng-Hong Twu; Hsi-Hsing Liu
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Wavelet packets and multiresolution criterion for color image compression
Author(s): Frederic Truchetet; Francis Perot; Olivier Laligant
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Lossless compression of prepress images using a novel color decorrelation technique
Author(s): Steven Van Assche; Wilfried R. Philips; Ignace L. Lemahieu
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Fast vector quantization algorithm preserving color image quality
Author(s): Christophe Charrier; Hocine Cherifi
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Color quantizer for video sequences
Author(s): Daniel C. Kusswurm
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Near-optimal model-based halftoning technique with dot gain
Author(s): Sasan Gooran; Bjoern Kruse
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